Audrey Spielman

Audrey Spielman Audrey Spielman, age 92 of Westbrook, passed away peacefully Wednesday, March 2, 2016.  Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Monday, March 7 at Immanuel Baptist Church in Westbrook. Visitation is 5:00-7:00 p.m. Sunday at the Westbrook Funeral Home and will continue one hour prior to services at the church on Monday. Burial is in Pleasant View Cemetery, Dovray. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Stephens Funeral Service – Westbrook Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Audrey Jane (Lintner) Spielman was born in Des Moines River Township on August 20, 1923, to Albert and Mildred (Flor) Lintner. Audrey grew up in the Des Moines River area and attended school at District 108 and Westbrook High School. On December 30, 1942, Audrey was united in marriage to Lloyd Spielman. Lloyd and Audrey farmed the home place from 1947 until they retired in 2000. After Lloyd passed away in 2005, Audrey stayed on the farm until 2010 when she moved to Peterson Estates. She was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. Audrey accepted the Lord as her Savior believing that “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God.” She was an active member of Immanuel Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School for several years and served as deaconess. She was a faithful prayer warrior. Audrey enjoyed reading, gardening, and visiting with family and friends. She always had a pot of coffee ready and a cookie drawer full of goodies.

Left to cherish her memory are her children: Roy (Sharon) Spielman of Westbrook, Barbara (Roger) Vake of Zimmerman, Loren (Judy) Spielman of Sandpoint, ID, Patricia Spielman of Nashville, TN, Wayne (Joan) Spielman of Westbrook, and Carmen (Gene) Buss of Arcadia, WI;  twenty grandchildren; thirty-one great grandchildren; one great great grandchild; her sisters Jeanette (Fred) Lindall of Mankato and Gloria (Jim) Tighe of Yankton, SD; her brothers Glen  (Donna) Lintner of Show Low, AZ, and Ronnie (Nancy) Lintner of Westbrook; brother-in-law Bud Kuehl of Westbrook; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. She is preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd, of 62 years, her parents, her sister Fay Kuehl, her sister and brother-in-law Alberta and Silas Hovde, her brother and sister-in-law Harris and Hazel Lintner, and her sister-in-law Arlene Lintner.

Comments

  1. Mary Ann Gross says:

    I am going to miss Audrey so much. I enjoyed having many a cups of coffee and cookies with her and the last few times at Peterson Estate we had those yummy Schwans ice-cream bars. I was so glad that I stopped up in the hospital to see her on Sunday afternoon. I never would have guessed that it would be the last time to visit with her here on earth. I will be praying for you, the family, as I know that she will be greatly miss.
    Mary Ann Gross

  2. Rob Weis says:

    Wayne & Joan:

    We are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. May God give you peace and comfort.

    Rob and Sung Weis

  3. Eunice Christensen says:

    Audrey was one of the nicest persons I have ever known. It was Ronnie’s and my pleasure to get to know her better during the time we spent at Peterson Estates. Ron and she loved to talk “farming,” and the good ol’ days. I thought she was so kind and sweet to everyone, and we, too, had some great conversations. Audrey enriched the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing her. The world was a better place because of the life of Audrey. Sincerely, with love and prayers for all of her family, Eunie, Clive, IA

  4. Helen Jansma says:

    So thankful for memories of Audrey as a Sunday School teacher in my growing up years at Immanuel Baptist Church, and her faithful attendance in the years since. I gained an appreciation for her strength of faith in the loss of Lloyd and as her health diminished. Praising the Lord that her faith is now complete as she lives forever with Jesus. She was a faithful friend to and prayer warrior for my mother in her last years with leukemia. I will miss seeing Audrey’s sweet and welcoming smile when we visit IBC the next time. I am praying for God’s peace and comfort to be with each of the family as you both grieve for her earthly loss, but rejoice in her eternal gain.

  5. Roger & Carolyn says:

    What a neat lady, and good friend Audrey was. Always liked to visit. The last time I talked to her, we were on for almost an hour. That was before she went to the Good Sam. home. Roger, and Anton always enjoyed eating at her house when they were cutting silage. Audrey was a good cook. God bless her memory. Ea. Christmas we give memorials to the Tammy E Benson Scholarship @WWG school, and will remember our friend at that time. R & C.

  6. Leora & Sherwin Cohrs says:

    Audrey was a very kind and gentle person. She was always such a gracious hostess and wonderful cook! We always enjoyed visiting with her.

  7. Mary Lee Peterson says:

    So sorry to hear about Audrey’s passing. She was such a nice lady.

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