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Charmaine Elizabeth Scheiding May 27, 1930 - December 2, 2020

Charmaine Elizabeth Scheiding

Charmaine Scheiding, age 90 of Middletown, passed away peacefully December 2nd, 2020 surrounded by her family.

Charmaine was born on May 27, 1930 in Cincinnati, Ohio to the late Harry and Mildred Stark.
She will be remembered for her love of her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

Charmaine is survived by her children Deborah (Michael) Grimmett, David (Katrina)
Wenger, and Diane Johnson, Grandchildren; Michael II (Jennifer) Grimmett ,
David II (Carmen) Wenger, Mark (Brittany) Wenger, Angela Sebald, Amy (Arnold) Webb,
Joseph (Elwana) Nixon, Michelle (Clint) Richardson. Great grandchildren; Lillian, Skylar, and
Grace Webb, Audrey and Michael III Grimmett, Keani and Kalia Wenger, Sadie and
Julianna Sebald, Hunter, Bradley and Jaxon Wenger, and Jaylee Nixon.

Charmaine was preceded in death by her parents, Harry and Mildred Stark, and her
sister Jane Bratcher.

Services will be held for immediate family in the chapel at Arlington Memorial Gardens
in Cincinnati, Ohio. Memorial donations can be made to Hospice of Southwestern Ohio.
Online condolences can be left at www.AMGFuneralHome.com.

Services will be held for immediate family in the chapel at:
Arlington Memorial Gardens 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231

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    Joseph George Nixon II says

    You were the rock of the family and you help my mother raised me and for to that I am the man today that you always wanted me to be. Your passing has made me realize how much our time together was so precious and will forever remain in my memories. When you make it to heaven please say hello to Grandpa Donnie for me and remember that I will always love you, b along with my wife and your great grandchild jaylee Nixon

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    Steve says

    David, Debbie and Diane – I am so sorry for your loss of a great lady and Mother. I’ll always remember how every time I was with her, she made me feel welcome and always made me laugh. The world needs more people with that special gift.

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