Stephen Niemond

Born: Thu., Jan. 24, 1946
Died: Mon., Aug. 13, 2018


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     Stephen W. Niemond, 72,  of Mifflintown died at his home on Monday, August 13, 2018.

     He was born January 24, 1946, and was the son of the late Marlin "Sparky" and Helen (Winey) Niemond.

     He is survived by his two daughters, Tricia Hackenberry and husband, Matt, and Heather McClure and husband, Steve, all of Mifflintown, and five grandchildren. Elizabeth, Camryn and Emma McClure and Bailey and Trinity Hackenberry were their grandfather’s pride and joy.

     He will also be missed by his three siblings, George Niemond and wife, Arlettte, of The Villages, Florida, Jane Niemond of Mifflintown and Marlene Zook and husband, Kenneth, of Harrisburg.

     Steve was an elementary school teacher in the Juniata County School District for over 30 years.  He was a member of Free Spring Church of the Brethren and a member of Mifflintown American Legion Post 298.

     His favorite way to spend time was with his children and grandchildren. They were his biggest blessings and he was the same to them. He loved attending all of their special events and celebrations.

    There will be a private service at the convenience of the family. 

    Memorial contributions may be made to Free Spring Church of the Brethren at 670 Free Spring Church Road, Mifflintown, PA, 17055 or Penn State Health Children’s Hospital, directed to Child Life, 905 W Governor Rd, Hershey PA 17033.

     Condolences may be left at www.gussfh.com.

Charitable donations may be made in Stephen's memory to the following organizations:

Child Life at Penn State Health Children’s Hospital
905 W Governor Rd, Hershey PA 17033

Free Spring Church of the Brethren
670 Free Spring Church Road, Mifflintown, PA 17059

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Emily Frymoyer
   Posted Wed August 15, 2018
My sincere condolences and prayers being sent to Steve's entire family during this difficult time. I got the pleasure of meeting him at The American Legion and you all were his world! A great man whom will be truly missed by ALL!!!

Carol Johnson
   Posted Thu August 16, 2018
Deepest sympathy to the family. Had him for a teacher his first two years of teaching. Best teacher I ever had. Always knew he'd be a good Dad!

Donna Kline
   Posted Thu August 16, 2018
I am so saddened by the loss of your father/grandfather. He was, hands down, my favorite teacher. He was so kind, understanding, caring and loving. He was one of the first people, outside of family, that showed me that he cared. I remember him having pictures of you on his desk. When I would ask about you, he would glow when he told me about you. He truly was one of the best and will be missed dearly. God bless you.

Cherrie Hassinger
   Posted Thu August 16, 2018
I was very saddened to hear about your father's/grandfather's passing. He was such a kind and sweet soul. I will miss talking football with him. Your family is in my prayers. Fly high Stephen!

BEVERLY SWARTZ
   Posted Thu August 16, 2018
You have my deepest sympathy to you and your family. Steve was a good man and friend. He will be missed.

Elaine Dunn (Schlegel)
   Posted Thu August 16, 2018
My deepest sympathy for the loss of your father/grandfather. Steve was such a help to both my mother and father through many years. Steve was also a great comfort to me personally during the loss of my mother. I was blessed to have known him. He will be missed by many.

Annette Frymoyer
   Posted Fri August 17, 2018
I would like to express my sympathy to Steve's family. It was my pleasure to teach with Steve at Susquehanna Elementary in Oriental for 3 years. He was so helpful to me as I was a beginning teacher. I hadn't seen him for years until a few months ago when I talked to him at the Weis Store in Mifflintown. It was quite clear that his family was his greatest joy and we enjoyed sharing a few stories about our grandkids. May God bless you as you grieve for Steve and walk through this tough time.

Jesse Naylor
   Posted Wed August 22, 2018
I'm so sorry to hear of Mr. Niemond's passing. What a wonderful man he was, and a well known teacher that so many loved! May your father be remembered for all the wonderful ways he impacted Juniata County. Sending prayers and our condolences to all of you.

Former students- Curtis and Jesse (Hoffman) Naylor

Vince Matusheski
   Posted Thu August 23, 2018
There is no doubt that Steve was appreciated and loved as a dedicated father, grandfather, and teacher because as a friend, he was the best friend anyone could ever have. He had many friends, all of whom saw him as a person of integrity, intelligence, goodness, and fun. I don't know of anyone who could match Steve's wonderful character. He will always be remembered.