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|Posted by: Marcia Rickard & Dennis Doordan|
Sat February 01, 2020
|Nancy was a wonderful neighbor—kind, generous, and always willing to help whenever she could. I loved her spunk and wish I had known her when she was in her prime dancing and laughing with her beloved Ralph. I shall always remember her fondly. My condolences to you, her family. Know that she loved you all deeply.|
|Posted by: Rev. Bill Imler|
Mon February 03, 2020
|To Nancy's family and friends: On behalf of myself and my wife, Dona Lou, we extend our sympathy and condolences to you at this time of loss. I was pastor of Clay United Methodist Church on Cleveland Road from April, 1977 until my retirement in June, 1987. Nancy was Church Secretary during that time, a position she had held at least through the pastorate of my predecessor, Rev. Duane Stidham, now deceased. Nancy served with a high sense of commitment to the church, as receptionist, secretary to the pastor, manager of the church office and calendar. and regularly prepared the the weekly Sunday bulletin and the monthly newsletter, called the ClayTablet. She kept the pastor's schedule of appointments and meetings, and prepared notebooks of my sermon outlines and notes.
She was absolutely dependable with confidentiality, so necessary for earning and keeping the trust of congregation, pastor, and church staff. She helped train and supervise a team of office volunteers, some of whom are still active in the life of Clay UMC. She was a valued servant of Christ and the Churchl
|Posted by: Catherine Hostetler|
Mon February 03, 2020
|Dear Kelly, Please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mother. She sounds like an amazing lady. Hopefully you will take comfort in your memories of her.
|Posted by: Maureen Jones|
Tue February 11, 2020
|To Nancy’s family
I am Nancy’s neighbor two doors south on Villager Pkwy. Nancy was such a kind and interesting person. Wish I had been able to spend more time with her. My husband also suffered from spinal stenosis and she was so helpful with advice and kind offers to help. Know that your grief will include wonderful memories and deep gratitude that she was your mother. Rest In Peace, Nancy, as you reunite with your beloved Ralph. Maureen Jones