Phyllis A. Nelms

September 3, 1934 - November 14, 2022

09/03/1934 - 11/14/2022

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Phyllis A. Nelms, 88, of Shadyside died Monday November 14, 2022, at Shadyside Care Center

She was born September 3, 1934 in Bellaire ,Ohio, a daughter of the late Delmas and Elsie (Burda) Mayhugh

Phyllis was retired from the Switzerland of Ohio School District, where she taught for many years. She was a member of the Belmont County Retired Teachers and the Eastern Star.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Edison Nelms and sister, Delma Schmitt

Surviving are her children, Amie (Aaron) Purman, and Thomas (Leslie) Nelms, grandchildren, Whitney, Kelsey, Rachel, Michael, Abby, Katie, great-grandchildren, Aleena, Edison, Benson, Addie, Daxx and Eisley.

Private visitation and services will be held at the convenience of the family. Interment to follow at Powhatan Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 3900 Central Avenue Shadyside, OH 43947.

Memorial contributions may be made to Amedisys Hospice or the Shadyside Public Library

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Mary Ellen Dimmick
1 year ago

I am so sorry to hear about your mom. You have my deepest sympathy and prayers. It is so hard to lose your mom & dad. Your mom was quite a wonderful woman. She is reunited with her love.

Joe and Cindy Bickmeier
1 year ago

So sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a very sweet person. I can only imagine how happy she is in Heaven. And reunited with Tom.
God bless you all and we pray for your comfort.

Michael A. Clark
1 year ago

To Amie and Tom and family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all 🙏🏻 Your mom, mother in law & grandma was such a nice and kind person to all of us playing baseball, even if we were on the opposing team most of the time! What a gem of a person. You will be missed..

Sue Junkins
1 year ago

To the Nelms family…so sorry for your loss. Phyllis and Tom were some of the most faithful ‘Lady Tiger’ basketball fans even after their grandchildren Whitney and Kelsey played. Always there to support ‘Tiger’ athletics. Always had time to chat before games and how she was loving being a grandparent. Her memory will always stay in your hearts and remember the eternal home for believers will reunite loved ones. Phyllis was a wonderful person and many learned life lessons when she was a school teacher. sue junkins

Douglas Kriechbaum
1 year ago

My deepest condolences go out to Amie and Tom. Your mother was my favorite teacher that I had attending Powhatan Grade School. Although I was young man at the time. She had an impact on my life regarding respect and discipline. She is and will always be a special lady.