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Nan Joy Tribble Obituary
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March 24, 2019

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March 18, 2019
March 14, 2019
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
March 12, 2019
I met Nan in Sept. 2013 when she was a volunteer at the food pantry in Whitmore Lake, she was a welcomed addition to the staff & was very helpful & well liked by the clientele, she was always willing to go the extra mile & a pleasure to talk to, I quickly became friends with Nan & her husband Dan, we lived 5 minutes away from each other & we all had alot in common, during the 5 years I knew her we had many in depth conversations & visits which I'll never forget, I was always willing to walk with her thru her health challenges & tried to help as best I could, we said prayers & shared experiences, I consider my friendship with Nan very special & arranged by God, during a time when she had suffered many losses & challenges, throughout 2015-16 we had a couple quiet years, but in the fall of 2016 we were back in touch after a few challenges, & during the last 2 years we were able to experience many things & places that she enjoyed, I consider this to be a gift & a blessing from God which I'll never forget, she was in my prayers every day & I am truly blessed to have known her, I consider her husband Dan & her son Darren 2 of my best friends & I am honored to know her sister Jill & her nieces Jennifer & Amy, we will miss you Nan, until we meet again.