NELSON, Nancy Letitia

With deep sense of sorrow and loss we announce the passing of our beloved Nancy Letitia Nelson on May 22, 2020 at the age of 73. Nancy has asked for cremation and no service.

She leaves to cherish her memory by her husband and life partner of 50 years, Allan Whitman Nelson; her sister Sylvia Ellis of Winnipeg, Manitoba; her brother in law Borden Morawecki of Kenora, Ontario and many nieces and nephews in Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia.

The family wishes to extend a special thank you to the wonderful staff in the ICU and in Ward 28 of the Sturgeon Community Hospital who cared so much for Nancy during her time there.

Memorial donations may be made in Nancy’s honour to The Canadian Cancer Society.

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Brian/ Bobbi Ball

Uncle Al.
Our hearts go out to you. Words fail to express how special Nancy was and how many people she touched. We love you and are here if you need us.
Hugs – Brian and Bobbi Ball

Clayton Hall

I’m sending you hugs Uncle Al
And my deepest condolences
Aunt Nancy will live in my heart forever
If you need anything, let me know please
Love Clayton

Lori and Kevin

Just cannot believe my aunty Nancy is gone..
I have so many memories of us sharing stories and laughter together. She was one special and caring lady who will be missed by all of us.
Another leaf has fallen from the tree. I will never forget you.

Brent and Shonna Murray

We are so very sorry for your loss , Al. Some of our best memories at the conventions include you and Nancy. Always kind, always smiling and very funny!

John and Marion Van Berkel

Our sincere condolences to you Al. Our thoughts are with you. Nancy was a special and wonderful Lady who will be missed by all who knew her.

Grant & Bev Cross

Sorry to hear of Nancys passing, always such a fun lady, remembering all the good times at conventions.

Dave/Linda McWilliam

Our deepest condolences to you Al from both of us. Nice picture of Nancy – exactly how we will remember her. We will always remember our good times together at the ALSA Conventions and the few visits the four of us shared. Also all the work you and I did for the ALSA and the good times we had doing it – I have good memories.

Sylvia Ellis

My dear loving and brave sister taken too soon. Will miss her sunny uplifting calls and her beautiful hand painted cards .

David Marquardt

Always made it a point to seek her out at our annual general meetings for Land Surveyors. Such an incredible funny lady to be around.

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