Nancy Jo Roseberry

Englewood, Florida

Jan 4, 1944 – Dec 26, 2013 (Age 69)


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ROSEBERRY, NANCY JO (SMITH), left this world very unexpectedly on Thursday, December 26th, 2013 in Englewood, FL, where she had just planted a new and wonderful life. Nancy Jo was born in Peoria, IL on January 4th, 1944 and shortly thereafter moved to the family farm in Kirkwood, IL, where she...

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To Nancy"s loved ones: Nancy was a dear colleague when we worked together in Louisville in the late '90s. Today I'm celebrating her flashing eyes, her insight and her sense of humor. What a great companion!

What a beautiful tribute to your Mother, Jessica. We send thoughts, prayers, and warm memories to you, Mark and his family, and our dear Grandma Sue.

Jessica & Mark - I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. I will always remember the great years, many laughs and fun times Nancy and I shared. I will miss the celebration at the Rudyard due to working that evening, but please know my thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family.

I'll always remember Nancy Jo when she be cheering her sports team iat Kirkwood High, she was always neat person to be around.
Your "Sis" cousin and former school mate of both of you.

Was so sorry to hear about Nancy's passing. Sounds as if she was doing what she wanted. I am Vicky Crandall Gilliland from Kirkwoood.,Illinois now Mattoon

It can be so hard to face the new year without a special loved one that no one expected would leave us all so suddenly, but the love of God, family and friends can carry us through. I will cherish forever the memories of my "cool aunt" who was always so sweet and good to me and all who knew her.

You are missed so very much and will always remember your quick wit and contagious laughter. Will also miss our discussion's on our furry family members. You will be so missed. I am so glad you got to come see our home in Iowa once we finally got settled in and brought Mr. Bojangles. I thought that was the first of many times to come. We love you and look forward to seeing you again one day. My prayers and thoughts to Jessica, Mark and my mother-in-law Sue.

After living in Idaho for many years, I was reacquainted with Nancy and Sue the last times I visited family in Illinois. Such a delightful person and I am so happy I got to be with her again after so many years. She will be so very much missed by all her family and friends.

My deepest condolences to the family. I'm glad I got to visit with Nancy this past summer at the home of Elsie & Richard Morris. She was a lovely lady...