Born On: September 20, 1938

Passed On: January 13, 2020

Nada Y. Zufelt

Nada Yvonne Zufelt was born on September 20, 1938 in Muskegon, Michigan and passed away on January 13, 2020.  On June 21, 1958 she married Robert Zufelt and they were married for 58 years until his passing on February 6, 2016.  Along with Robert her husband, Nada was preceded in death by a son, Bradley Allan Zufelt who died on June 19, 1995. She is survived by three children, Robert (Debby) Zufelt, of Fremont, Michigan, Brian (Sherry) Zufelt, of Muskegon, and Rebecca Zufelt, of Muskegon; grandchildren, Christopher (Nicole) Cooper, of Muskegon, Heather (Jordyn) Langlois, of Muskegon, Kristina (Karl) Pollack, of Twin Lake, Brandon (Katie) Zufelt, of Muskegon, Eric, Bobby, and Amie; eight great-grandchildren. Nada was a wonderful homemaker and cook.  According to her wishes cremation has taken place.  She and her husband Robert will be interred together in Sunrise Memorial Gardens.  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to the Agape Home of Blueberry Fields.

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8 thoughts on “Nada Y. Zufelt

  1. Kathy Fox

    I am so sorry for your loss. Loved your mom and dad. I have never forgotten how they were such help at a critical time in my life. Although I have never been good at keeping in touch, your mom was never far from my thoughts. They are at peace now with all the best of times for eternity. Love you Becky. Prayers for you and your family.

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  2. J,D and Dolly Driver

    So sorry for your loss. Both your Mom and Dad were such good friends. Now they are together again. No more pain
    Peace be with you all

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  3. Kaye Dougherty

    Sorry to hear of your precious loss, My prayers and thoughts go out to all the family. God be with you to comfort and allow grieving to comfort you.

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  4. Christopher,Nicole, Hunter, Aria, and baby Colton Cooper

    Grandmother, we all love and miss you! Our household gives our condolences to the rest of the family, and we (especially me) know how hard this is to swallow.

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  5. Jack M. Zufelt

    I send my condolences.
    I hope this poem brings you an additional measure of peace.
    ** ** **
    We seem to give her back to thee dear God,
    Who gavest her to us.

    Yet as thou didst not lose her in giving,
    So we have not lost her in her return.

    For life is eternal; and love is immortal;
    And death is only a horizon;

    And a horizon is nothing save
    The limit of our sight. . . .
    * * * * * * *
    “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal.
    Love leaves a memory that no one can steal.”

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