Nancy G. Lollar
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Nancy G. Lollar

Salinas - Nancy Lollar, 87, Passes away peacefully at her home on Sunday, December 20. 2020. Nancy was born August 28, 1933 in Watsonville & raised in the Salinas-Pajaro area for 87 years. She was a beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother & Great Grandmother.

She was devoted to her family & Jesus Christ as her Lord & Savior. She worked as the church secretary for First Baptist Church of Prunedale for 23 years. She taught a ladies Sunday School class for 40 years & had an in home ladies Bible study for 30 years.

Nancy is survived by her daughters, Debbie Lollar and Karen Lollar and Mike Snyder. She leaves her grandchildren, Rae Snyder Rueter and Ryan Michael Snyder, along with her great grandchildren, Hannah, Hayden and Hattie.

Her husband Ray Lollar of 69 years of marriage preceded her in death December 23, 2019.

A celebration of Nancy's life will be held at a later date.

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Published in The Salinas Californian from Dec. 27, 2020 to Jan. 2, 2021.
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January 5, 2021
Nancy and Ray were marvelous servants for the Lord. Their kindness touched so many lives. Our community will never be the same.
We love you all, Paul and Rose Scott
Paul and Rose Scott
January 2, 2021
She was a wonderful teacher of the Gospel. Nancy was a great example of what being a Christian should be.She was someone I had the greatest respect for and she influenced my life in many ways, that I’m not sure she was even aware of. I loved Nancy very much, she was a friend I will never find again. I will miss her every day, but I will always have the best memories of her.
Betty Hatchett
January 2, 2021
Nancy had always been the most thoughtful lady I had ever known. I know Nancy will be missed by people she came in contact with. Rest In Peace dear friend.
January 1, 2021
Debbie, Karen and Mike - my thoughts go out to you all as you go through this time of loss. Your mom was such a wonderful and uplifting person and will be missed greatly. My prayers are with you. Karen (Reavis) Parker
Karen Parker
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