Shirley Mae Niedermann

Shirley Niedermann

Shirley Mae Niedermann, 76, of Toledo, Iowa, passed away Saturday, February 12, 2022, at Sunny Hill Care Center in Tama, Iowa.

Shirley’s funeral will be held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 15, 2022, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Tama.

Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery at Toledo.

Family and friends are also invited to the visitation beginning at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday at the church.

Memorial contributions may be directed to the Wieting Theater in Toledo or the Toledo Fire and Ambulance. For further information or to send Shirley’s family a condolence, please visit mitchellfh.com or call 641-844-1234.

Shirley was born on March 14, 1945, in Toledo, a daughter of Arthur and Hazel (Eisenhower) Taylor. She grew up in Toledo and attended the Toledo High School. On December 27, 1965, she was united in marriage to Darrel Niedermann in Owatonna, Minnesota. The couple made their home in Toledo. Shirley was a wonderful and devoted wife and mother and will be greatly missed. She was a faithful member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Tama and was an active member of the Wieting Theater Guild in Toledo for 31 years. She enjoyed reading and most of all she dearly loved spending time with her grandchildren.

Those left to cherish her memory include her husband, Darrel; her children: Lorie (Anthony “Bernie”) Gaydos, Robert (Barbara) Bennett, Lisa (Tracy) Niedermann-Scott, LeAnn Rouse and Lynnette (David) Dietze; 15 grandchildren: Amanda (Aaron) Gaydos, Matt (Denise) Bennett, Dr. Andrew (Katie) Gaydos, Jessica Kaplan, Abbi Mapes, Alissa Hebrink, Jasmine Hebrink, Marissa Bennett, Jasmine (Jase) Jordan, Brandon (Nicole) Boldt, Brody (Samantha) Boldt, Tanner Boldt, Taylor Boldt, Emma Harwick and Leea Harwick; 16 great-grandchildren: Hailey and Hannah Kaplan, Valerie Bracy, Everleigh and Raelyn Boldt, Julia Clark, Gabe and Ali Applegate, Clyde and Ray Bennett; Samuel, Augustine and Gianna Gaydos, Linkoln Moore and Jaxon and Alivia Mapes; and her sister, Elizabeth (Chester) Bearden.

In eternal life, Shirley has been reunited with her parents; her brother, Raymond Taylor; two sisters, Betty Cosner and Judy McClane; her great-granddaughter, Aubrey Mapes; and her in-laws, Louis and Frances Niedermann.