April 14th, 1936 - March 26th, 2018
Age 81 of Hamilton, passed away Monday, March 26, 2018, at her home. She lived in Hamilton her entire life, the daughter of the late Paul and Hortense (Schweitzer) Nichting. She worked as an executive secretary at the Mosler Safe Company in Hamilton until she married her husband, Nicholas R. Hensler, Jr. She had deep faith and was an active member of Queen of Peace Catholic Parish for 45 years, especially enjoying being part of the parish choir.
She is survived by her husband of 45 years; children Theresa Hensler, M.D., Stephanie (Christopher) Bishop, and Stephen Hensler; sister Carolyn Nichting; brother David (Sharon) Nichting; brother-in-law Raymond (Joyce) Schwartz; granddaughters Kathy Bishop, Cristina Bishop, and Emily Bishop; nieces and nephews Lisa Nichting, Denise Sander, Danielle (John) Berlan, Gregory Schwartz, Douglas Schwartz, Susan (DeShon) Hodge, David (Valerie) Lander, Lisa Lander, and Daniel (Dawn) Lander; great-nieces and nephews; and cousins. She was preceded in death by her sister Roberta Schwartz and nephew David Nichting.
A one-hour visitation will be Monday, April 2, 2018, at 9 a.m. at Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 2550 Millville Ave., Hamilton, OH 45013, immediately followed by her funeral mass and then burial at St. Stephen Cemetery, 1314 Greenwood Ave., Hamilton, OH 45011. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Queen of Peace Catholic Church or Hospice of Cincinnati.
Dear Nick and family, we are so sorry to hear of Camilla's passing. She always had a smile for everyone she met. We will keep you and yours in our thoughts and prayers. I'm sure when she entered her heavenly reward, Marty was there to greet and welcome her home. Al & Darlene Hinkel
|With a broken heart, I send my condolences and sympathy to Camillas family and friends. I will always miss you, my co-alto. You will always be in my heart all the days of my life. I love you, my dearest friend. Rest in peace with our Lord.|
John and Mary Beth Simon
|May God bless Camilla and all those who loved her. Called home by God during this Holy Week only serves to remind us that pain and suffering renders to eternal peace and happiness for those who believe! Camilla has earned her heavenly reward.|
|What can I say? I was so lucky to have a cousin like you. Your generosity of spirit and time to others set you apart. Thank you for being my friend and cousin. You were the glue of the family and will be missed.|