Nancy Channel Hobart

Winterville, Georgia

1942 - 2018


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Nancy Channel Hobart, age 75, died at home on February 3, 2018 from frontal temporal dementia. In addition to her wife Alice Mohor, Nancy is survived by her sister Mary Hobart, two nieces, two nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews.Nancy was born in Washington D.C. on March 24, 1942 and was a...

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I echo the sentiments of others that have described Nancy as a truly kind and loving person with an intrepid spirit. As a former NCS classmate, I was very glad to reconnect with her as we traveled in Bhutan four years ago. I offer my sincere condolences to Alice and her whole family.

Nancy's cheery company and intrepid spirit will be missed by those of us in the NCS Class of 1960 who traveled with her in Bhutan and other parts of the world in recent years.

As a 1960 NCS classmate of Nancy's, I am saddened to hear of her death. Nancy and her parents were wonderful. Mrs. Hobart was always there for us when we gathered at their home after school or on weekends. I remember her Sister, Mary. Nancy was a friendly person who enjoyed athletics. She was kind to everyone. I seem to remember that she loved horses and in Middle School would gallop around the playground as though she was riding. I am sorry she has passed on.

With deepest sympathy, praying that your family can draw a measure of peace from the words at 1Corinthians 1:3 at this most difficult time.

Our condolences to the family. May God fulfill his promise of binding up the brokenhearted. Isa 61:1

My condolence to your family for the recent death of your loved one, may God's word comfort you in all your sorrow (Psalms 46: 1). Rollins

My sincere condolences to the family. May you find comfort in Gods promises (Isaiah41:10) and in the wonderful memories of your loved one.

Please accept my condolences. Please know that the God of comfort feels your pain and sorrow. He actually provides something better to look forward to. Jeremiah 29:11 specifically tells us God wants to give us a peaceful "future and hope." He promises in the near future all the pain and sorrow you are experiencing about your loss will be gone and we will be able to enjoy perfect life with all our loved ones.

You are not alone during this time of sorrow and pain. May God give your family strength and comfort to help you endure this loss. As you remember your beloved one, the God of peace give you comfort and peace in every way. May you find Strength from the love and care that surrounds you and comfort in the memories that you shared. Please accept my sincere condolences. 2 Thessalonians 2 15,16