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Nancy Jeanette Dill

March 22, 1948May 11, 2020

Nancy Jeanette Dill was born on March 22, 1948 and passed away on May 11, 2020 and is under the care of Halverson, Stone & Myers Mortuary.

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Nancy Jeanette Dill

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Aubree Dill Herrell

May 27, 2020


I enjoyed all the time we spent together, and the memories we made. I will make sure to cherish every one. I will miss you and you will forever be in my heart. I love you ❤️


Brian Olson

May 21, 2020

My prayers and condolences to family and friends.....

Nancy was a woman who loved and was loved by family and friends. She always had something funny to say to put a smile on your face. I remember about 35 years ago she took care of my older brother and myself for almost a year while my father was working out of the country. No matter what you we're going through in life, she always showed you love and respect. Whatever it was she was doing she would do it wholeheartedly. And once again...she always had something funny to say to bring a smile on your face.
You will be deeply missed....
My prayers for comfort to the Dill family...

Brian Olson

Gail Mitchell

May 21, 2020

Nancy was always a force to be reckoned with. I remember as kids how everything got busier and louder when she came to visit. She didn’t want to sit still and always added adventure and excitement to our lives when she was there. Of course, we all got in trouble when she ate the cherries in the refrigerator that were meant for the Manhattan’s. Through the years she always kept in touch which was something I am not good at. She always kept track of her kids and the neighbors to be sure they were behaving and staying safe. She added an entirely different view of life than what we saw in our quiet ranch life. Nancy will be missed by many and was loved by even more. May God bless Rick, Robert, Tina and Michelle and their families. She was a blessing to us all. Keep those loving, funny, good memories with you to keep her spirit close.

Dana Byas

May 21, 2020

I would like to send my deepest condolences to the Dill family! I was very saddened to hear about the passing of Nancy.. My memories of Nancy goes back over 20years. She had an open door policy for her children’s friends. I could talk to her about anything without being judged. She was one of the strongest mothers i know, and she loved her family. I will miss our talks, her smile and her charisma. You were a fighter in life and you earned your wings, Nancy! Soar with Angels my friend until we meet again! ❤️

Karen Jacobs

May 19, 2020

Rick and family,
We were very sad to hear of Nancy's passing. Nancy may be gone from your sight, but she will always be in your heart thru memories. We are so sorry for your loss.
With love,
Karen and Jason

Briana Thomas

May 17, 2020

So grateful for the time and memories shared with you and your family. We were always considered family despite any circumstances. Thank you for always being so welcoming to my family over the years. You will be missed <3

Laurie Marquez

May 14, 2020

Nancy was such a vivacious soul. She was kind and fair to everyone. This pic was when I went with Rob and Jolees family to see a play with the girls in it. We had fun with Nancy, always.
God Bless your families.
Laurie and Al

Lexi Dill

May 14, 2020

As far back as I can remember their isn’t a memory from childhood that you aren’t apart of. Even into young adulthood you’ve always held a consistent and loving presence through out my life. I’m sure I speak for many of the grandkids when I say your house was a safe place for all of us. A place for us to come in get a drink of water, or rest our feet before we ran off to whatever teenage shenanigans were waiting for us next. When I would walk up to your house the door was always open and you were always their, sitting in your chair. “ Hey Lex..” or “ Hey Lexi- poo poo” I’d often hear as I walked in. I will miss hearing your voice and you being the first person I see as I walk into your house. You were a sassy and strong willed women but you loved all of us fiercely and embraced all of our differences. I am so saddened that you won’t witness me graduate college, get married, or have any more children. The last thing you said to me when we spoke on the phone was that you always wished you knew how to swim, and that I need to make sure jaxon learns. I will make sure he learns and I know that you’ll be watching as it happens. I love you and I hope as I journey through life I can live in a way that you would be proud of.

Until we meet again in heaven,
Your granddaughter Lex

Joyce and Robert Dill

May 14, 2020

Nancy was a vivacious, spirited, friendly person who enjoyed spending time with friends and family and always liked sharing her stories with people. The most important thing in life for Nancy was her husband Rick, her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren whom she loved dearly.
It is so hard to say goodbye, dear Nancy! We will truly miss you!😢

Richard Crull

May 14, 2020

Cousin Rick and family we are so sorry for your loss. Please know we have you and your family in our prayers. RIP Nancy .

Rich & Tammy Crull


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