Nancy was one of the many childhood friends growing up in Versailles in the 40s. My heart goes out to sister Susan and husband John.
Bonnie, so sorry to hear about your mother. I always tried to speak with her every time I visited my mother at the care center. She always had a smile and spoke. She had sat at the lunch table with my mom. I know how hard it is to lose your mom. Your family is in my prayers. Anita Loxley George
PLEASE ACCEPT OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHTY AT THIS VERY
Sally, So sorry to hear about your mother, she always had a smile for everyone. Prayers for all of your family.
Ralph & Jan Gigandet
So sorry to hear about your mother, Sally. You are in my heart and prayers throughout this difficult time. Need anything, I am here for you. Jerrica B
Sue, may you and the family find some peace in knowing that Nancy is in a better place.
To the family,
Please accept our deepest sympathies.
Gwinn & Miki Lacy
My sincere sympathy to the family. Wishing you all comfort during this difficult time.
Thoughts & Prayers are with the Family. Lisa Coate, Covington, Ohio
I am sorry for your loss , I enjoyed passing by your mom's room at VHCC ; even If I just waved and always got a smile from your mom...May She Rest In Peace . . .
My twin is gone. Nancy and I played twins in our Senior class play in 1952.
I think of you often, Nancy. Peace be with you, now.
Bonnie and family: So very sorry for your loss. Nancy was a great deal of help to my mom and a comfort to me when she was mom's roommate at VHCC. My deepest sympathy to all of you.
John you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Nancy was a very special lady and will be missed by everyone who knew her.
Ron and Shirley Derr