September 16, 1928 - January 24, 2011
Beiersdorfer, Eileen Theresa (nee Hetterman); beloved wife of the late Cyril Oscar Beiersdorfer; devoted mother to Patricia (Floyd) Shelton, David (Stephanie) Beiersdorfer, Jean (Ken) Schibi and John (Dianne) Beiersdorfer; dearest grandmother to Nathan, Jill, David, Kim, Brian, Richard, Ryan, Karen, Mark, Eric and Alex, and great grandmother to five; twin sister of Louise Collopy and sister to the late Ralph, William, Mary and Ruth Ann Hetterman. Eileen was born at the family farm in Falmouth, Kentucky in 1928 to Chris and Lucy (nee Coleman) Hetterman. She moved to Cincinnati with her sisters as a young woman to attend schooling. After marrying Cyril and raising her family, she was for many years the secretary to the president of Clovernook Home and School for the Blind. A lifelong parishioner at St. Margaret Mary in North College Hill, Mrs. Beiersdorferâ€™s faith guided her life and inspired her family and friends. She was called to her Eternal Father on the twenty fourth of January. May she rest in the lasting peace of Christ. Visitation will take place at St. Margaret Mary Church 1830 W. Galbraith Rd. NCH Thursday from 9:30 am until Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 am. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Margaret Mary Church in NCH or to St. Francis Xavier Church in Falmouth.
Offering all my sympathies to Eileen’s family. Your father Cyril was my first cousin. You are in my prayers at this sad time.
Jean & Ken,
We’re sorry we couldn’t make it to the funeral. Our deepest sympathy to your whole family. Your in our thoughts today-
I’m sorry for your loss. Although I did not know Mrs. Beiersdorfer, I was acquainted with Stephanie Beiersdorfer in the late 1970s through Tupperware. I hope all is well with your family.
Eric and Alex,
We at St. Xavier High School were truly sorry to hear of the passing of your grandmother, Eileen. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your entire family as you mourn the loss of your loved one. May the spirit of St. Francis Xavier be with you and your family during this difficult time.
John Schrantz â€˜96
Director of Alumni Relations
Fr. Denny Ahern â€˜56
Anthony E. Schad â€˜81
Director of Development Services