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Nina M. (Richardson) Schmidt passed away peacefully February 15, 2008, one day short of her 74th birthday.

Nina is survived by her husband Paul; children, Paula (Larry) Smith, Steve (Ann) Schmidt and Ted (Boni) Schmidt; brother, Lester (Sheila); sisters, Lois (Wilbur), Carol (Johnnie) and Luella (Dan) as well as seven grandchildren. Nina was cherished by her family and they leave her in God’s hands.

Nina was born in Grand Valley, Colorado which is now known as Parachute and grew up in Meeker, Colorado. After she graduated from Meeker High School she went to Denver to attend Central Business College where she received a diploma in secretarial, office machines and bookkeeping courses.

Nina married Paul Schmidt on August 28, 1954. They lived in Denver until 1961 when they moved to the Green Mountain area to raise their 3 children; Steve, Paula, and Ted.

After college she worked at New York Life. Later she worked cleaning new homes following their construction. After her children were all in school, she worked at Green Mountain Elementary School as a teacher’s aide.

Next Nina started a career with the Federal Government working for the Civil Service Commission as a data clerk transcriber. Around 1979 she transferred to the office of Personnel Management where she worked until her retirement.

Paul and Nina enjoyed riding motorcycles to various areas. After retirement they enjoyed traveling in their motor home throughout the Western U.S visiting family, friends, and various famous sites.

Anybody who knew Nina knew that no one was a stranger for very long. She talked to nearly everybody around her, especially people standing in line near her or in diners or grocery stores. Nina had a rare sense of humor. She could make jokes out of anything.

She will long be remembered for her devotion to family and the way she enjoyed life.

Nina M. (Richardson) Schmidt passed away peacefully February 15, 2008, one day short of her 74th birthday.

Nina is survived by her husband Paul; children, Paula (Larry) Smith, Steve (Ann) Schmidt and Ted (Boni) Schmidt; brother, Lester (Sheila); sisters, Lois (Wilbur), Carol (Johnnie) and Luella (Dan) as well as seven grandchildren. Nina was cherished by her family and they leave her in God’s hands.

Nina was born in Grand Valley, Colorado which is now known as Parachute and grew up in Meeker, Colorado. After she graduated from Meeker High School she went to Denver to attend Central Business College where she received a diploma in secretarial, office machines and bookkeeping courses.

Nina married Paul Schmidt on August 28, 1954. They lived in Denver until 1961 when they moved to the Green Mountain area to raise their 3 children; Steve, Paula, and Ted.

After college she worked at New York Life. Later she worked cleaning new homes following their construction. After her children were all in school, she worked at Green Mountain Elementary School as a teacher’s aide.

Next Nina started a career with the Federal Government working for the Civil Service Commission as a data clerk transcriber. Around 1979 she transferred to the office of Personnel Management where she worked until her retirement.

Paul and Nina enjoyed riding motorcycles to various areas. After retirement they enjoyed traveling in their motor home throughout the Western U.S visiting family, friends, and various famous sites.

Anybody who knew Nina knew that no one was a stranger for very long. She talked to nearly everybody around her, especially people standing in line near her or in diners or grocery stores. Nina had a rare sense of humor. She could make jokes out of anything.

She will long be remembered for her devotion to family and the way she enjoyed life.

Nina M. (Richardson) Schmidt passed away peacefully February 15, 2008, one day short of her 74th birthday.

Nina is survived by her husband Paul; children, Paula (Larry) Smith, Steve (Ann) Schmidt and Ted (Boni) Schmidt; brother, Lester (Sheila); sisters, Lois (Wilbur), Carol (Johnnie) and Luella (Dan) as well as seven grandchildren. Nina was cherished by her family and they leave her in God’s hands.

Nina was born in Grand Valley, Colorado which is now known as Parachute and grew up in Meeker, Colorado. After she graduated from Meeker High School she went to Denver to attend Central Business College where she received a diploma in secretarial, office machines and bookkeeping courses.

Nina married Paul Schmidt on August 28, 1954. They lived in Denver until 1961 when they moved to the Green Mountain area to raise their 3 children; Steve, Paula, and Ted.

After college she worked at New York Life. Later she worked cleaning new homes following their construction. After her children were all in school, she worked at Green Mountain Elementary School as a teacher’s aide.

Next Nina started a career with the Federal Government working for the Civil Service Commission as a data clerk transcriber. Around 1979 she transferred to the office of Personnel Management where she worked until her retirement.

Paul and Nina enjoyed riding motorcycles to various areas. After retirement they enjoyed traveling in their motor home throughout the Western U.S visiting family, friends, and various famous sites.

Anybody who knew Nina knew that no one was a stranger for very long. She talked to nearly everybody around her, especially people standing in line near her or in diners or grocery stores. Nina had a rare sense of humor. She could make jokes out of anything.

She will long be remembered for her devotion to family and the way she enjoyed life.

Nina M. (Richardson) Schmidt passed away peacefully February 15, 2008, one day short of her 74th birthday.

Nina is survived by her husband Paul; children, Paula (Larry) Smith, Steve (Ann) Schmidt and Ted (Boni) Schmidt; brother, Lester (Sheila); sisters, Lois (Wilbur), Carol (Johnnie) and Luella (Dan) as well as seven grandchildren. Nina was cherished by her family and they leave her in God’s hands.

Nina was born in Grand Valley, Colorado which is now known as Parachute and grew up in Meeker, Colorado. After she graduated from Meeker High School she went to Denver to attend Central Business College where she received a diploma in secretarial, office machines and bookkeeping courses.

Nina married Paul Schmidt on August 28, 1954. They lived in Denver until 1961 when they moved to the Green Mountain area to raise their 3 children; Steve, Paula, and Ted.

After college she worked at New York Life. Later she worked cleaning new homes following their construction. After her children were all in school, she worked at Green Mountain Elementary School as a teacher’s aide.

Next Nina started a career with the Federal Government working for the Civil Service Commission as a data clerk transcriber. Around 1979 she transferred to the office of Personnel Management where she worked until her retirement.

Paul and Nina enjoyed riding motorcycles to various areas. After retirement they enjoyed traveling in their motor home throughout the Western U.S visiting family, friends, and various famous sites.

Anybody who knew Nina knew that no one was a stranger for very long. She talked to nearly everybody around her, especially people standing in line near her or in diners or grocery stores. Nina had a rare sense of humor. She could make jokes out of anything.

She will long be remembered for her devotion to family and the way she enjoyed life.


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