Reg Niebling

Service for Reg Niebling

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  • Heather Cue

    Not only our Pastor for many years but a treasured friend who served his Lord so faithfully, until God called him HOME.
    He will be missed but we will meet again.
    Condolences to all the family
    Lovingly,
    Heather

  • Evan Brighton

    The loss of a loving and caring man will leave a big hole to fill on earth and be missed by everyone that knew him and the family are a stronger people because of having Reg Niebling as they father,grandfather and grand grand father and friend and will never forget you in anyway

  • Karen Toohill

    Dear Barbara & family, Reg was a wonderful kind person and I am very grateful to have known him and would like to pass my sincere condolences to the entire family for your loss.

  • Rev. Steve Henley

    Reg was a true pastor and was a mentor to me. Will be greatly missed. I’ve been a pastor at two of the churches he was a pastor at—Minden and Churchill Baptists. He can finally reap the rewards of his long service to the king of kings. Well done for persevering to the end. Condolences to Barbara and the family.

  • Marie Truloff

    I felt very privileged to watch this loving serve done by Regs family. It was beautiful. He will always love you all and he’s in our hearts until we meet again. Big hugs to the Niebling family. Marie Truloff Nee Vollm

  • Shirley Dance

    It was indeed a privilege to have Rev. Niebling conduct our Marriage Ceremony at Churchill Baptist Church on the 10th Sept. 1983. It was, also, a privilege to attend his Funeral Service, today. He would have been very proud of the way his Family conducted his Service, in accordance with his wishes. The number of people in attendance, today, was a wonderful testament to how many people’s lives he has touched. A very caring and humble man who always had time to visit and have a chat and most times accompanied by his loving wife, Barbara. What a wonderful legacy he has left for their children, grand-children and great-grandchildren.

  • Viv Barnard (Evans)

    Our condolences to you all. Thank you that I was able to watch the live streaming of his service. Rev. Niebling was a wonderful man of God, humble, gentle, loving and willing to serve. He was known and respected by everyone, not only in the church but the community of Churchill. I pray that you will all find comfort, peace and strength as you remember him.