ForeverMissed
Nellie E. Hamer, 85 years old, was born on November 10, 1935 in Athens, Ohio and passed away on November 29, 2020 in Monroe, Ohio. She is preceded in death by her husband, Eugene Hamer; her parents, Rexford Nickoson and Mabel Smith; her daughter, Debbie Cherry; and her siblings, Garnet Keith and Veva Stanley. Nellie is survived by her caring children, Anita Hamer of Franklin, OH, Tina Moses of Scottsville, KY, and Bonnie (Joseph) Carr of Hamilton, OH; her siblings, Audra (Ed) Saether of Columbus, OH, Rexford (Hazel) Nickoson of Athens, OH, Tom Nickoson, and Don Nickoson; 10 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; along with a host of family and friends. A funeral service will be held Friday, December 4, 2020 at W. E. Lusain Funeral Home, Dayton, OH 45404 from 8 AM - 9 AM with interment to follow at Butler County Memorial Park in Trenton, Ohio
Posted by Tina Moses on December 2, 2021
I remember you mom. I miss you and wish I could have had more time to spend with you. I want to share a memory. I remember when I was younger, you used to take all 4 of us girls to the park in the wintertime to go sledding down the hill. You used to drag the sled back up the hill for us. I think that shows how you would do little things like that for us to show us your love for us. You could have made us pull that sled back up the hill ourselves. I will love you forever. Always in my thoughts and heart. I LOVE YOU MOM.
Posted by Tina Moses on December 9, 2020
I miss you mom. Thank you for being my mom. I love you always
Posted by Anita Hamer on December 8, 2020
I will miss you!!!!

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Posted by Tina Moses on December 2, 2021
I remember you mom. I miss you and wish I could have had more time to spend with you. I want to share a memory. I remember when I was younger, you used to take all 4 of us girls to the park in the wintertime to go sledding down the hill. You used to drag the sled back up the hill for us. I think that shows how you would do little things like that for us to show us your love for us. You could have made us pull that sled back up the hill ourselves. I will love you forever. Always in my thoughts and heart. I LOVE YOU MOM.
Posted by Tina Moses on December 9, 2020
I miss you mom. Thank you for being my mom. I love you always
Posted by Anita Hamer on December 8, 2020
I will miss you!!!!
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