OBITUARY

Nancy Platz McGlone

April 20, 1938April 17, 2021
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Former Scottsbluff, Nebraska resident and entrepreneur, Nancy (Platz) McGlone, entered into rest April 17, 2021, following a long struggle with Alzheimer’s Disease at the Clear Creek Care Center in Westminster, Colorado, three days short of her 83rd birthday.

Edna Nancy Fultz was born April 20, 1938 to James “Homer” and Iona Mae “Rusty” Fultz in Centralia, Washington and grew up in Moses Lake, Washington. Nancy married Gus Platz and moved to Scottsbluff in 1963. They had two daughters, Tamara Lynn and Jama Lynn.

Gus and Nancy were well-known in the Scottsbluff community as the owners and operators of The Stable Club 1967-1979. Nancy went on to manage the Boot Hill Night Clubs in Gillette, Wyoming and Rapid City, South Dakota until 1988. Nancy then moved to Boulder, Colorado to be near her daughters and grandsons.

Nancy was actively involved and was once the acting president, of the Panhandle Humane Society in Scottsbluff. She never met a dog or cat that she didn’t like. Nancy’s utmost passions were her dogs and her gardens.

Nancy was also actively involved in the Scottsbluff and Gillette Chamber’s of Commerce as well as the American Heart Association.

Nancy was preceded in death by her parents, Homer and Rusty Fultz, her brother, Jim Fultz and her daughter, Jama Platz Laeyt.

She is survived by her daughter, Tami Platz Kramer, of Westminster, Colorado, grandsons Sean Kramer (Kyley) of Thornton, Colorado, Nick Kramer (Bernadette) of Dacono, Colorado, Vincent Kramer of Commerce City, Colorado, great grandsons, Blake and Preston Kramer, sons of Sean and Kyley, her niece, Tracy Rae Fultz of Shoreline, Washington, as well as her beloved Yorkie, Toby, now in the loving care of Tami and Crosby. She will be desperately missed by her long-time loving partner, Ernie Marine, of Firestone, Colorado. Nancy has five beloved grand dogs, Cozmo, Crosby, Layla, Lebowski and Ronan.

In lieu of flowers, Nancy’s family is requesting donations be made in her name to the Panhandle Humane Society of Scottsbluff, Nebraska. www.Panhandlehumanesociety.org

Nancy’s Celebration of Life ceremony will be Thursday May 6, 1:30 PM. At Crown Hill Mortuary, Pavilion of Reflections 7777 W. 29th Ave. Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Blake S. Kramer, Urn Bearer
  • Preston M. Kramer, Urn Bearer
  • Vincent M. Kramer, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Sean M. Kramer, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Nick A. Kramer, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Kelly L. Zimmerman, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

  • A Celebration of Life

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

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Sandra Rupp

May 1, 2021

Dear family, my family lived next door to Gus and Nancy and her beautiful cats.
And of course, at every opportunity, we enjoyed the atmosphere and food that was served at the restaurant.
Nancy was a wonderful person, very hard working and yet, so friendly.
I so enjoyed reading about her life. She will be missed, yet always remembered with laughter and love.

Jay Rovang

May 1, 2021

Was a great lady to work for. I waired tsbles there at the Stable Club. Rember one time customer requested a screwdriver, so Nancy went to the kitchen and took one out of the tool drawer when she returned the lady looked at her and said "i thought that was a drink" nancy just melted inwardley and said yes and got the lady her drink. Namcy paid for there meal. She was a class act.

Sally Walters

May 1, 2021

I’m so very sorry to read of Nancy’s passing. And especially to read of her struggles w/Alzheimer’s. A lot of times it’s harder on the family than the person with that awful disease. I worked for Nancy & Gus at the Stable Club the summer of ‘77. They’d just remodeled it as a disco & we cocktail waitresses stained a lot of the woodwork in it. I had lots of fun that summer working & boogieing there. Nancy was a woman who knew what she wanted in her employees. I was actually kind of scared of her! Ha ha ha. Again, I’m so sorry for your loss. ~Sally

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