NANCY JEWEL MILLIGAN, 49, of Powder Springs, Ga., passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011. Funeral Service is noon Saturday, Dec. 31,2011 at Gathering of Champions Church International in Marietta, Ga. Complete obituary and online guestbook @
Published by Fort Wayne Newspapers on Dec. 29, 2011.
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Cousin Jakki, today in your sadness, may you feel the love that surrounds you, the thoughts and prayers that are with you as you remember your precious Nancy. It will never be the same, and while we're on this earth, there'll never be an answer or an explanation that makes it okay to lose a child. But there is a comfort, and that comfort is found in the Lord. In His arms, Nancy has found peace and everlasting joy. In His arms, may you find hope and the reassurance of His love. Your cousins Jim, Ruthie and Alecha are also sending you their deepest sympathy. Rather than mourn the absence of the flame, let us celebrate how brightly it burned. I Love You!
Martha J. Curry
December 30, 2011
Jackie,thank you so much for trusting me with your daughters well being. We had so much fun playing scrabble, cards,and just talking and laughing about life in general. She was such a soldier for the Lord, I know God is proud of her. I'll miss her so much..Evelyn
Evelyn Hunter
December 29, 2011
Aunt Jakki,
I'm so sorry for your loss. Please take comfort in the fact that Nancy is no longer suffering. Continue to praise Gd for his many blessings.
Melissa Person
December 29, 2011
Oh how you will be missed Nancy, I am glad that I got the pleasure to know you and become apart of your family. I remember the encouraging words you gave me and will continue. You will missed but never forgotten.
Tammy Chandler
December 29, 2011
No bond is as great as that between a parent and child. My deepest condolences are with you as you grieve.
Ora Blunt
December 29, 2011
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