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Nancy Elizabeth Cato

St. Paul, Minnesota

Oct 3, 1929 – Jul 24, 2012


Thursday, October 3rd 1929
Tuesday, July 24th 2012
University of Minnesota


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Dare's Funeral Service Obituary

Cato, Nancy Elizabeth "Mudge" died peacefully in her home on July 24, 2012, surrounded by her loved ones.Nancy was born in Syracuse, New York on October 3, 1929 to Baden & Marion Mudge. She graduated from Taylor University in Indiana in 1951 with a degree in Education. She was...

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Kim, Your mother will be missed for her genuine love for Jesus and others. I am blessed to have known her and been a recipient of her love. She will always be remembered fondly by those of us all over who were touched by her.

Nancy was a beautiful woman and one of the strongest and inspiring I've ever had the pleasure to know. I was blessed to know her and my deepest sympathy to family and friends.

With sincere sympathy from a former AAGPBL player 1949-1951 Barbara Payne

What can I say... Nancy was an amazing woman, friend, confidante, not to mention great cook and just plain fun person. She had a love for the Lord that spilled over on those around her. I do know this... the lives of our family have been blessed because our paths crossed with hers... So thankful for you, Nancy. See you in heaven!

Aunt Nancy was the sweetest and loving person. I remember her coming to visit and my husband Paul and Aunt Nancy holding hands and just talking both of them with smiles on their faces. After my Paul died Aunt Nancy's letters helped me through a lot. She always knew the right words to say. God has a special place for you Aunt Nancy. Love you with all my heart. What and awsome lady.

Diana and I had many a meal with Nancy over the years, it was alway so fun to visit with her and talk about the Lord.
I'm happy for her now and plan on seeing her someday and playing a game of catch.

On behalf of Nancy's AAGPBL teammates and friends we want to extend our condolences and prayers to her family. She was highly respected and recognized by both her fans and teammates. Ede Moody (Association Humanitarian)

A great competitor and a giving person. We had alot of great times organizing the Women's Elk River Softball League.