Nancy Bybee Turner Estess
April 18, 1939 - September 10, 2021
Boise, Idaho - Nancy Bybee Turner Estess passed away at her home on September 10, 2021. Her family and friends were blessed with the opportunity to lovingly care for her and say goodbye in the days and weeks preceding her passing. A memorial celebration of Nancy's life will be held at 10:30 AM Thursday September 16 at the Cathedral of the Rockies with a celebration of life reception at 12:00PM at the Grove Hotel in downtown Boise.
Nancy was born on April 18, 1939 in Harrisonville, Missouri to Arthur and Elizabeth Bybee, Nancy was the second of two daughters.
She attended the University of Missouri and was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority in which she remained involved throughout her life. Nancy graduated from Mizzou in Banking and Finance in the spring of 1961, later that year she married Thomas D. Turner and they moved to Boise Idaho in 1970.
In 1983 Nancy married Michael E. Estess and they remained together until her passing. They enjoyed travel, golfing, family, friendships and many blessings.
Nancy is survived by her husband, Michael. Son Thomas D Turner of Boise, Idaho and his children Phoebe and Samuel Turner. Her son Terry Turner and his wife Stephanie and their children Claire and Jack Turner of Snohomish Washington. Her daughter Tracy Vosika and her husband Matt and their son Alex Vosika of Winchester, Virginia. Her Nephew's wife Vivian Velasquez and their children Frankie and Olivia. Her Niece Elisa Balleau and her children Sarah, Ben and Anna of Wichita, Kansas. Her stepchildren Michael F. Estess, his children Michael Peter and Emily. Mark Estess and his children Natalie, Alexander and Carolyn of Boise Idaho. Gretchen Ratzlaff and her husband Bruce and their children Sarah and Ryan.
Nancy is proceeded in death by her parents Arthur and Elizabeth Bybee, her sister Marilyn Velasquez and her husband Joe and their son Lee Velasquez.
In lieu of flowers, donations to be made to Stanford University Cardiovascular Research Foundation, the McCall Community Improvement Committee or the charity of your choice
Published by Kansas City Star on Sep. 15, 2021.