In Memory

Nancy Deatz

Nancy Deatz

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06/05/16 07:14 PM #1    

James Bryan, Jr.

A fine lady with a beautiful smile and disposition.

06/06/16 11:11 AM #2    

Lynn Hart

Nancy was the first student I met when I came to Waggener my junior year.  I was in study hall - not knowing a soul - and she introduced herself and made me feel very welcome.  We stayed great friends those remainiing two years and even did college searches together.  I think she ended up at Oberlin.  We lost touch after that and I was so sad to see her name on the list of those from our class who had passed.  She is missed.

06/06/16 12:24 PM #3    

Lee Overley

I always enhoyed spending time arround becuase of Nancy's great smile and spunk!! It's such a shame we're losing so many of our great classmates. So lets make more memories so the kids will remember us !!


06/07/16 09:10 AM #4    

Sharyn Gillis (Tidwell)

Nancy was one of my best friends at Waggener. We were challenged by Mrs. Ritchie in the eighth grade to learn how to play the bass violin. We went to summer camp and worked very hard. Nancy went on to do great things with her bass playing where I ventured off to voice after a couple of years. We also lived near each other and had fun times after school. Very sad that she left us so early.

06/21/16 09:45 AM #5    

James Bryan, Jr.

Nancy went to IU on a music scholarship. I went to Depauw (just north of Bloomington) and we used to get together often. Sorely missed. When she and her husband came to Louisvile one time we got together, he was a guitar teacher. Stuart Paine and Nancy's husband came to our house. Lots of good muisic. Fun time. Still miss her.

06/22/16 02:59 PM #6    

Louis Bornwasser

She told my wife, another musician, that she was "the token blonde cello player" in the group, She apparently had no comption that was also a blonde girl and worked a lot.

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