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Nancy Carol Rose Cadarian

June 4, 1957March 29, 2020

Nancy Carol Rose Cadarian, 62, of Union and formerly of Rockford, passed away March 29, 2020. She was born June 4, 1957 in Chicago to John and Lillie Cadarian, the only girl of three siblings. Nancy’s father passed away when she was young and her mother married Charles Featherston. Nancy was happy to now have a total of seven sisters and two more brothers. She loved family get-togethers and seeing all her grandchildren and nieces and nephews grow up. Nancy was also a die-hard Green Bay Packers fan. Nancy is survived by her mother, Lillie Cadarian Featherston; her daughter, Dawn Logan; her grandchildren, Austin, Lindsey (Nathan), and Brady; her brother, John (Barb); her sister-in-law, Donna; her step-brother, Mike; and her step-sisters, Joyceann, Diane, Connie, Tammy, Charlotte, and Teresa. She is also survived by Tami, Jeff, Mike, Brian, Jason, Julie, a long list of nieces and nephews and a ton of friends. She was preceded in death by her father, John Cadarian; her step-father, Charles Featherston; her brother, Bob Cadarian; her step-brother, Chuck Featherston; her step-sister, Sue; her grandson, Bradley Dixon Jr.; and her niece, Staci Cadarian. Services are private for the family.


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Marilyn Kelly

April 3, 2020

Nancy was such a lovely person. I enjoyed seeing her at Clasens on occasion and was thankful to keep in touch via Facebook. I’m so very sorry for her family and will pray for peace for them all. ❤️❤️

Helene Moore

April 3, 2020

I met Nancy at Auburn High School. I was so happy she made it to the last reunion and happier at her joy of winning some things in the raffle. She will be missed. Love and light.

Matthew Sauer

April 2, 2020

Nancy was very good at pulling pranks. She'd get me often and I would sometimes get her back. Liked going shopping with her. And I loved listening to her reminiscing about the past good ole days. The jokes were always hilarious and would bring tears to my eyes from laughing so hard at them. We had nick names for each other too. She would call me squirrelly and I would call her wheels. I will definitely miss her alot.

Lillie Schickert

April 2, 2020

Growing up she was one of the little kids we had to watch. We didn't like it but we did.it. well Nancy it's your birthday turn to watch over us. Love you and be ☮️

LeeAnn Lehman Heiden

April 1, 2020

Nancy, our cousin and my best friend growing up. I remember the get togethers at grandpa Paul's home in Horicon. We had so much fun. I have Great memories her! We stayed in touch and we will miss you terribly.
You are out of pain and an angel now.
Love you!
LeeAnn & Paul

Barb Markus

March 31, 2020

Nancy was a loving and caring person. She was handed a raw deal with losing a leg and having cancer. I never heard her complain! She loved and adored her family and friends close to her. She will be missed by many. We had many good times at Murphy's bar. Lots of bottles of beer, music and dancing. Nancy liked my husband because they had the Packers and fishing in common. I will miss her but I'm glad that her days of suffering are over.

Sandy Gazda

March 30, 2020

Nancy was a dear friend. She loved the Green Bay Packers and we always pulled jokes on each other about that. She loved her family and friends dearly. We will miss her. She was a loving and caring friend ❤️


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