Naomi Hinz

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October 29, 1936 - July 14, 2013

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11:00 a.m. Wednesday July 17, 2013


Naomi Jean Hinz, 76, formerly of Neenah, WI, Jacksonville, NC and currently of Westerville, OH, passed away on Sunday, July 14 at her home. A private funeral service for family will be held on Wednesday 11:00 a.m., July 17 at Moreland Funeral Home. Naomi was born in Neenah, WI to Raymond and Luetta Lammeman on October 29, 1936. She graduated from Winneconne High School in Winneconne, WI in 1954. She worked as a customer service representative for Kimberly Clark Corporation until she retired in 2000. Previously, she worked in the insurance industry for many years.Naomi is preceded in death by her father, Raymond Lammeman, her mother, Luetta Lammeman and a brother, Phillip Lammeman.We all will have lasting memories of mom/grandma as she enriched our lives sharing the things she loved to do. She was always busy gardening, sewing, quilting, baking, and doing word puzzles. Her home was a constant project; painted and decorated – just so. She loved playing games and doing jigsaw puzzles with her grand kids. She was still baking bread this past week; and always in the background you could hear Fox News to which she would be adding her own specific comments and laments.
Naomi is survived by Todd (Laura) Peterson, son, Marion, IA; Scott (Cindy) Peterson, son, Neenah, WI; Penny (Dan) Edwards, daughter, Westerville, OH; Julie (Mike) Schnese, step-daughter, Menasha, WI; Mary (Wayne) Boss, sister; Nancy (Jake) Stoesz, sister; grandchildren: Sara, Meghan & Christopher Peterson; Joshua, Jessica & Dana Peterson; Nathen (Angela), Melissa & Daniel Fye; Matthew Arbour and Daniel & David Edwards; Dylan Schnese.Memorials may be given to Riverside Methodist Hospital Cancer Services, HomeReach Hospice or the American Cancer Society. The family of Naomi wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Angela Edwards-Abbey, HomeReach Hospice, Ohio Health and Riverside Methodist Hospital-especially Dr. Praveen Dubey and the staff at Radiation Oncology.


Karen (Ernst) Koller - Jul 18, 2013

Todd,Scott,Penney and Julie,
I was so sad to see Mom has passed away. My sympathy to all of you.
I was your babysitter when you lived on King Street along time ago. My husband and I lived in the white house next to Laura on Maple Street.
When we had our first son your Mom gave me a beautiful crocheted blank. That blank has become a family heirloom. All three sons were baptized with it. And in November our fourth grandchild will be.
You had a beautiful and wonderful Mom keep her memories dear in your hearts. She loved you all
so much.
May God Bless and help you all at this sad time.
Karen and Jay Koller

Michelle Bauer - Jul 16, 2013

Penny, Scott, Todd and family – So sorry to hear about your mom. There are so many memories and I hope they help you heal during this difficult time. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Michelle

Michelle Bauer - Jul 16, 2013

Penny, Scott, Todd and family – So sorry to hear about your mom. There are so many memories and I hope they help you heal during this difficult time. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Michelle

Leah Faison - Jul 16, 2013

Penny, I am so sorry to read about your mom passing away Penny. I thought that I would send my condolences and share some very encouraging scriptures from the Bible to help you cope. It breaks many hearts when loved ones die; and the question that may automatically come into our mind is “Why?” 1 John 5:19 states, “…The whole world is lying in the power of the wicked one.” Doesn’t that make perfect sense and explain why we see so much death and suffering? This world reflects the hateful and cruel personality of none other than the wicked one– Satan, who is “misleading the entire inhabited earth.”-Rev. 12:9. Further, Revelation 21:4 says, “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” Isn’t that a wonderful hope for the future? Just think! A paradise on earth in which those who love and obey God will live forever! And what about our loved ones who have died? John 5:28, 29 assures us, “…the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” What an amazing hope we have for the future–living forever on a paradise earth with our resurrected loved ones!
Again, I send my condolences and will keep you all in my prayers.
Leah Faison

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