- November 1, 1961 - August 16, 2012
- Chicago, Illinois
of Nancy's Passing
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I never grew up with my Aunt Nancy wish I did she moved away before I was even born but as I grow up we stayed in contact with each other but I had know Idea that she past away until my family Told me I was so shocked R.I.P. Aunt Nancy I love you forever and alway`s
Posted by: Trishia Rygg - Flint, MI - Niece Nov 14, 2013
I think of you, Jon and Jen, every day. Of course I think of Nan too. The OFC isn't the same without her and probably never will be. Her warmth and great love for Clay showed through in everything she wrote. You Mom was quite a lady.
Posted by: Carole Hart - Cambridge, ontario, Canada - friendw Nov 16, 2012
I knew Nan briefly through my past few years in the OFC and recently Facebook, just before she died . My thoughts and prayers are with you, Jennifer and Jonathan.
Posted by: Cynthia Jean Coleman - Hixson, TN Oct 01, 2012
I extend my sincere condolences to Jennifer and Jonathan on the loss of
their mother. Nancy was a very sweet person and always very friendly
whenever my daughter Beverly came to visit. I am very shocked by her passing. Stay strong, Jennifer and Jonathan!
Posted by: Rosalind Mitofsky - Chicago, IL - friend Sep 20, 2012
I am so shocked and deeply saddened for the loss of Mrs. Nathan. She was a really nice lady and raised two fantastic kids. I remember she would serve us for snack time and the food was always good. I cannot believe the tragic loss of Mrs. Nathan. She was really sweet and my condolences to the family. <3>
Posted by: Beverly Mitofsky - Chicago, IL - Friend of Jennifer & Jonathan Sep 20, 2012
Nan is a special lady and her memory will be at heart forever. She always had time for everyone. I had the pleasure of talking with her many,many, times and her kindness was always appreciated . As her children , U were and are the highlight of her being!1 You will always be loved by your Mom. You have a very special Mom, and she is watching over You . Take care. Donna (luvtigr) OFC Site member and Nan's friend.
Posted by: Donna Detloff - Berlin, WI - Friend Sep 17, 2012
I didn't exactly know Nancy (aka "Nan") personally, but as a fellow member of the Clay Aiken fan club, I know what a vibrant, caring, and friendly person she was, making everyone feel as though you knew her all along. I will always miss her eagerly anticipated "red reports" whenever there is a Clay concert, event, etc. I know Clay was a very special man to her, and she must be tickled to have learned he wrote a blog in
Posted by: Alyssa Collier - Bridgeport, CT Sep 17, 2012
Your Mom, our Nan, will always be remembered by the members of the OFC which was an important part of her life. Jen and Jon, don't forget how much your Mom meant to us all. I know that she is watching over you and always will be. I think she is watching over us too to make sure we don't fail in following in her footsteps and keeping everything up to date. God bless you both.
Posted by: Carole Hart - Cambridge, Ontario, Canada - Friend Sep 17, 2012
I have so many memories of my dear Nan. I first met her at Clay Aiken's Official Fan Club. I wrote a rather suggestive limerick and she wrote one in response. Her's kind of chastised me for what I wrote and I thought I had offended her.. In that particular thread we had to talk to each other in rhyme so I wrote one in answer to her. Her reply was to write one totally opposite to her first. I
Posted by: Patti Guzik - Maywood, IL - Friend Sep 17, 2012
Nan was always there. She always tried to lift up my spirts even though her life was in turmoil. Both of going through divorce we often would tell each other what steps to take. Her children were her life and all she wanted was peace. She has peace now and I miss her popping into my facebook page every day. Miss you Nan.
Posted by: Cathy Anselmo - Aurora, OH - OFC friend Sep 15, 2012