Wonderful lady, always happy and ready to help a person in need.
Katharine Brugger (Hatcher)
I remember Nancy as such a nice girl, she was a cheerleader and was always friendly - had lots of friends. I had heard that she had passed many years ago after having had perhaps three children and then much illness in latter years. It is so sad that she is not part of the "survivor" group that will meet this July. She was a great gal!
Kathy (Brugger) Hatcher
Suzette Arnoldini (Englund)
I wonder if there was even one boy in our class that didn't have bit of a crush on Nancy...and who could blame them. She was just such a wonderful girl in every way. Beautiful inside and out. A quiet, gentle demeanor with such a huge loving heart. She was just so sweet. Outstanding cheerleader for all the sports teams but for her friends also. I am so grateful to have known Nancy and am surely a better person for that privilege. After high school she continued to shine, raising a fine family and tolerating serious illness with her great spirit. I really loved her, thank God for the fun times we shared and am so sorry she will not be at our 50 year class reunion in person, but of course she will be there in spirit.
Nancy Walton (Julien)
Nancy was one of the nicest people you could ever meet. So pretty - So talented - so kind - We had fun greeting each other - "Hi Nancy" "Hi Nancy" She was taken from this life way too soon.
Ran into Nancy in Three Lakes a number of summers ago - same sunshire person, we chatted for a long time -talked about the times at Lincoln, Bradford and life a challenges and vowed to meet again - it never happened - was always to be tomorrow - never know, it might happen again. Suzette and Nancy are correct about the great friend she was as those three were the three musketeers in my memories
Ann Kay Miga (Mikutis-Niesen)
Met Nancy while attending Washington Jr. High. I loved her the moment I met her as she had a warm friendly smile that just let you know she would always be your friend. She was a great cheer leader and I always respected her because she was not one to every spread rumors. Everything she said was kind and thoughtful. I remember the many PJ parties our group of girls had on Fridays after the football games and Nancy was always happy to be in attendance. Oh, by the way she also was a great dancer and loved ice skating. The Lord took her way too soon. Some day we will all meet again!