Loving mother, wife and supporter of many causes. Services at Washington Park UCC, April 6, at 1:00pm, 400 So. Williams St., Denver. Donations of your choice welcomed. Visit memorial site at storkfamilymortuary.com
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MEMORIES & CONDOLENCES
I remember how Nancy had her hands full as she managed 3 small kids even before Tim was born. Once Tim arrived, there was even more chaos. As a teenager, I sometimes babysat Mark, David, and Connie. She tried to keep them in line but they were full of energy and creativity. Even with all of this activity, Nancy still had some political issue that she wanted to talk about and always asked what I thought. And 5:30 pm was sacred time when she watched Democracy Now. Always full of energy--like her kids--and full of opinions and ideas. It was never dull being around Nancy! Nancy was the traveler extraordinaire. Even as she lay in bed at Porter Hospice, she wanted to know where we were traveling to next. She said she had one more trip to take. Much love and thinking of Nancy, her kids, and of course, my Dad, and the time they spent with her-Love to everyone in the family, Kathleen Milligan