Nancy Marie Schlottmann
June 26, 1956 – February 2, 2019
Nancy was born June 26, 1956 in Seattle, Washington. She attended Thomas Jefferson High School in Federal way and graduated in 1974. Before graduation, she met her future husband Tom Schlottmann and were married on April 9, 1976, in Federal Way. After moving to Olympia, Nancy started to work for Pacific Pipe and Powder in Tumwater. A year later she went to work for Dirty Dave's Pizza Parlor where she was treated more like family then an employee.
After their son Jay and daughter Sharla were born, she wanted to be close to her children when they were ready to attend school and started to work at East Olympia Elementary as a teaching assistant. She later went to work for Peter G. Schmidt, where after 30 plus years, made many close friends with the people she worked with.
She touched the hearts of everyone she met. Nancy had a big heart for the children she taught and sincerely loved everyone of them.
She enjoyed being with family and loved caring for the humming birds year round, and the many pets in her life. She was defiantly an animal lover.
Her greatest joy in life were her grandchildren, and her church family at South Sound Foursquare Church in Tumwater.
Nancy is survived by her husband of forty-three years, Tom Schlottmann of Rochester, Sister Ann Sharp and husband Ed of Olympia, Brother Steve Eddy and wife Ae of Everett, Parents Warren and Carol Eddy of Olympia, Son Jay Schlottmann and wife Sarah, Daughter Sharla Case and Husband Jesse of Olympia, Grand-daughter Kayla Case, Grand-son Shea Case, Grand-daughter Shyanna Schlottmann, Grand-daughter Antigone (Tig) Ruhle, granddaughter Zaylie Ramsey and granddaughter Ashley Baker.
Nancy was a kind and caring person who touched the lives of many and will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her.
She is with our Heavenly Father and is surely smiling on all of us.
- Graveside Commital Saturday, February 16, 2019
Nancy Marie Schlottmann
February 8, 2019
I had the pleasure of working with Nancy when she was a parent helper in my classroom. I had both of her lovely children and she helped out so much. I also worked with her at PGS when she was a para professional and her love and care for each student was so evident in everything she did. She was a wonderful person. She will be missed. Sincerely. Gail Dickerman.