Condolence From: Linda Russell, Newark, OH
Condolence: I was a nursing student at the Mt. Carmel School of Nursing in the early 80's. She ran a tight ship, and although remiss in recognizing abuses of students at times back then, she held others to her high standards of education and rose through the ranks to attain great leadership positions. She is missed by many. May she rest in peace.
Condolence From: Shirley Cooley, Gahanna, Ohio
Condolence: To Ann Schiele's Family and Friends,
I offer sincere heartfelt condolences for the immense loss of Dr. Ann Schiele. I had the tremendous honor and privilege to be hired by Ann, and also to work for and with Ann both in the Mount Carmel School and College of Nursing. Ann had such a remarkable insight and vision for nursing. Ann's care of others was sincere and genuine. She recognized the talents of others and understood the value that a diverse community of people could bring to an organization and workplace that was focused on important goals of preparing and enhancing the professional nurse workforce. Ann Schiele was instrumental in transition of the Mount Carmel School of Nursing into a baccalaureate program and later into a master's program in nursing. The Second Degree Accelerated Program which prepared students with at least one college degree to become baccalaureate-degreed nurses in 13 months was developed under Ann Schiele's leadership. She was a remarkable, compassionate and wise leader who leaves a huge impact and footprint which cannot be duplicated. Ann Schiele, we have loved you and you are greatly missed.
With love and admiration,
Condolence From: Jeri Milstead, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: Ann was a powerful presence in the profession and the community. Her friends knew that when she approached you, slid her arm across your shoulders, and smiled that genuine smile, she could talk you into helping with all of the wonderful projects she initiated! lol She walked through life with grace and faith. Her commitment to others demonstrated her unselfishness and her sincere desire to contribute her talens. She has left a legacy to 'the Mount' and to nursing. My sympathy to her family. Rest in peace, dear friend.
Condolence From: Brian and Becky Uhl, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Our condolences to Dave and family.
Becky and I are so sorry to hear of Anne's passing. We always enjoyed talking to Anne and Jenny when they would go for their walks together. She was a great lady, and we are blessed to have known both her and Dave.
I'm sure she and Jenny are up there bantering with each other and cracking jokes.
We're thinking and praying for you and the family, Dave.
Condolence From: Beverly Gish, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Ann was an innovator and visionary for Mount Carmel College of Nursing. She took the School of Nursing and through her leadership transformed it into the College of Nursing, with undergraduate, second-degree accelerated, RN to BSN, and graduate programs. Ann worked through others to produce amazing results.
She was my friend and mentor, and like everyone, I will miss her deeply. I extend my condolences to Ann's family and friends. We must all continue to work to live up to her memory.
Condolence From: Kathy Blair, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I am so sorry for your loss.
I knew Ann professionally for many years. She was an amazing, caring Nurse and Educator who set high standards for nurses educated at the College of Nursing. Ann touched the lives of the Mount Carmel Family and the many, many patients we served during her years of service.
She made our community a better place. Her opinions mattered, her reach was far. She was loved and respected by all who knew her.
And she was a great golfer.
She made a difference.
Condolence From: Doris Edwards, Dublin, Ohio
Condolence: Extending sympathy to the Schiele family from a nurse who served on the Ohio Board of Nursing with Ann in the 1990s when she was president. As many others point out, Ann was always focused, organized, creative, highly competent and kind. She also had a lively wit and loved a good joke. Her professional practice continued after her retirement in multiple avenues of community service. Rest in peace, good and faithful servant.
Condolence From: Michael and Mary Jo Healy, Westerville, Ohio
We didn’t get to know Ann, but from all we heard about her she sounds like a wonderful person. Please know that our prayers are with you and her. God bless
Mike and Mary Jo
Condolence From: Deb Olbrys, West Jefferson, OH
Condolence: I met Ann when I joined the board of trustees at the Community Kitchen in the 80's. She was such a wonderful, caring and considerate person. I feel lucky and blessed to have known her. My deepest sympathy to all her family & friends.
Condolence From: Mary Ann Wolf, Columbus, OH
Condolence: I am so sorry for your loss. Ann was a wonderful person and I cherish my memories with her. She will be missed.
Condolence From: Linda & Scott Stoverock, Sunbury, Oh
Condolence: Our condolences to Ann’s family. She was an amazing nurse, leader, and truly caring person. We are forever grateful for having the privilege to know her and serve with her.
Scott & Linda Stoverock
Condolence From: Kathleen Williamson, Granbury, TX
Condolence: My deepest condolences to the family. It was a pleasure to have known Ann and be mentored by her. She was an amazing person who will be dearly missed. My thoughts and prayers to the family and may Ann's legacy live on by all she has touched. God Speed, RIP!
Condolence From: Andrea Tufts Bell, Galloway, Ohio
Condolence: We are blessed to have known Ann . While a nursing student at the Mount she made a great impression on me and my career path. Graduating in 1981, she told me to love my family, serve like God, and continue growing . She will be missed by her community as well. Praying for comfort for those she love well!
Condolence From: George Lewandowski MD, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Working with Anne through years on the MC Foundation Board graced me with seeing a person with tremendous practical skills, great vision and courage keeping those whom she served as the focus of her own actions and decisions. Our world over-applies the word "greatness." It is very fitting to use as we remember Anne.
Condolence From: Mary Ellen Thomas, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Always a sign of what Mt Carmel School of Nursing meant to all of us as students . Always an example of support, clinical excellence, and kind mentor. Prayers and blessings to the family.
Mary Ellen Thomas
Class of 1965
Condolence From: Charlene Lanier, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: My deepest sympathy to David, Children and grandchildren. Ann was a very special lady, we will miss her.
Charlene Lanier and Family
Condolence From: Robin Shockley, Grove City, Ohio
Condolence: Ann was a great leader, mentor & friend to me. I will miss her humor, warm hugs, and laughter. My deepest condolences to her family. She will be sorely missed!
Condolence From: Amanda Starner and Julie Mitchell, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: To the Schiele family,
We're so sorry to hear of Ann's passing. She was such a presence at MCSoN/MCCN. She was a leader when my mom was in the diploma program (1981), and was still when I was in the bachelor's program (2011). She was a wonderful connector for our generations of nursing, and I was proud and thankful to be at MCCN while she was there. Sending thoughts of healing to her family and loved ones.
Condolence From: Cindy Anderson, Brunswick, Ohio
Condolence: Rest easy mom. Your family could not have asked for a better wife, mother or grandmother. We will miss you tremendously, but you deserve be freed from your pain now and to go in peace. Love you always, Cindy
Condolence From: Robert and Karen Murphy, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Dave and family
We are so sorry at Ann’s passing, Together we had so many
great Friday evening dinners which we will greatly miss.
She was a great women and we will dearly miss her.
You are all in our prayers. God Bless