Steve, Greg and i are thinking of you this Christmas season, as you bravely head into this week without Nancy. You are in our hearts. December 24 2013
Susan and Greg Miller
We share your grief at the loss of your loving wife Nancy. It is such a shock to lose someone so young, so good and kind. Her death leaves a void in the world difficult to fill. Our thoughts are with you and her family.
Love The O'Regan Family
Dear Steve, Cara, Josie, Wally and family,
Our heartfelt condolences to you all. Nancy has a special place in our hearts. We think of her everyday when we are out working in our garden. So many fond memories of going on garden tours and finding the most unusual plants to take home. Nancy's ability to nurture long friendships was such a gift to us. We miss her and Don and I will be planting a flower garden to honor our dear friend
Nancy. Love and hugs, Sharon and Don
Saddened to hear of Nancy's passing and my prayers go to out to Family. God Bless you All.
Dear Josie, Wally, Steve, Cara and Linda,
We were so shocked and saddened to hear of Nancy's passing. What a dear sweet young lady. During Frannie's recent health struggles, Nancy was there with a smile, words of encouragement, laughter and much needed care for her loved Aunt.
We are thinking of you during this difficult time.
Lynn and Al Anderson
Dear Barrow family, I was so sorry to hear about your lose. I have very fond memories of spending time with you all (mostly Linda) at your Orcas Island beach home in the 60's. My father (Robert) passed away suddenly close to to months ago so I have some idea what you must be going through. My thoughts will be with you.
Dear Barrow Family,
We were absolutely shocked reading about Nancy's recent passing. After Frannie's death we had corresponded several times with Nancy. She was truly a delightful, beautiful person. Frannie always spoke so highly of her nieces. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers and we are so very sorry for your loss.
Please be sure to contact us regarding any memorial service in the future.
Don and Karen Greenway