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Nancy Fetzek, of Springvale Township, passed away peacefully on Friday, August 7, 2015 surround by her family at her home.  She was 62 years old.

A private family gathering will be held at a future date.

4 thoughts on “NANCY FETZEK”

  1. My heart goes out to all who loved and knew Nancy… Mother Earth will miss her – she has every aspect of a true, genuine, unselfish and compassionate woman – always a pleasure to spend time with! Now? “Sister Earth Nancy” is among angels… No more extraneous struggle and pain from that unforgiving illness she so undeserved. Being the ever-so positive woman that she is – she most definately gave that demon a run for its money!

    Nancy’s unlimited love and talent for cooking/baking was unbelievable – her cheesecake and pizza recipes I have of hers – will be treasured forever.

    One of my favorite memories is of Nancy and Pete’s “Sunrise” wedding at the Fetzek house; my brother Ray and I were given the honor to sing! It was a beautiful day! “Dark Star” rocked the day and night on!!

    May the wonderful memories of Nancy fill all of our hearts at this time – and may they bring peace and comfort to everyone…

    -Love and Peace to all –

  2. Pete & family,
    We are so very sorry for the loss of your dear wife, mother & grandmother. Our prayer is that you will find comfort and strength in your memories and in God’s precious arms as he upholds you.
    Love and peace to you all,
    Fizz, Mary & family

  3. Fetzek Family

    God bless your entire family.

    In my lifetime I have not known anyone who had a greater positive impact on their fellow man. People did not always know it or appreciate it the way they should have at the time, but with time they did and were much better for it.

    Nancy had a huge heart and gave her love liberally and often. She could be a softy, but had a unique ability to dispense tough love when it was called for.

    The angels are blessed to have her amongst them and I will forever be a better person because I knew her.

    Love and Peace to your family and all who knew Nancy

    Ralph Wilkes

  4. We each have our memories of Nancy. Like probably everybody else in the world who knew her mine are of her exceptionally kind heart. And if we don’t have love, we have nothing.

    There are those in our lives to be concerned about; their eternal destination should be a point of concern. But of Nancy’s destination I see only rejoicing. I cannot grant passage for Nancy into eternal life, that life so perfectly wonderful, but in my heart I know that Jesus, He who can, did.

    I remember so vividly, upon Nancy’s and Pete’s return from Europe four years ago, when I told Nancy of RaeAnn’s passing while they were overseas. The tears that flowed, the heartfelt condolence at Rae’s leaving, will forever be with me. And now the tears and the condolences are for others to do. And we do that, while knowing that heaven receives the best.

    Until then, goodbye Nancy. You are loved.

    Rod Bergengren

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