ForeverMissed
Please join us in celebrating her amazing life
When: July 2nd 2021.      11am-3pm (come and go as you please)
Where: Carkeek Park Shelter #1
950 NW Carkeek Park Rd
Seattle, Wa 98177

What is provided: dinks, snacks and some picnic tables
What to bring: It's a potluck - food to share
also: chairs, sunscreen, and a story to share 

Please RSVP to louisa@louistopher.com
Posted by Dave Bruels on May 26, 2021
Never knew I could miss someone so very much. She has been my Life. I wake each morning thinking for a split second that she is still here. Keep her in your prayers as well as me
Posted by Dave Bruels on May 2, 2021
Nance has been the Love of My Life I miss her each hour of every day and always will until I go to join her.  She is being missed by so many people and loved by so many too!

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Posted by Dave Bruels on May 26, 2021
Never knew I could miss someone so very much. She has been my Life. I wake each morning thinking for a split second that she is still here. Keep her in your prayers as well as me
Posted by Dave Bruels on May 2, 2021
Nance has been the Love of My Life I miss her each hour of every day and always will until I go to join her.  She is being missed by so many people and loved by so many too!
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Nancy Marie Ross-Bruels, passed away on November 17, 2020 after a 5 year battle with ovarian cancer. 

Nancy is survived by husband David Bruels, daughter Louisa Hunt (Chris), step-sons John Bruels (Beth) and James Bruels, and step-daughter Julie Schnieder (Kevin), as well as her three siblings Kevin (Lynny), Jeff, and Rene (Tim). Nancy was an avid outdoors woman who spent much of her time hiking not only in Washington, but all over the world. After retiring from Microsoft in 2010, she traveled extensively and hit every continent with the exception of Antarctica. When not traveling, Nancy was active in her community, volunteering at the downtown library, the Seattle Sculpture park and the Seattle Art Museum. Nancy had a love and respect for life and was an inspiration to many. 
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Wanna share a cookie?

Shared by Louisa Hunt on May 1, 2021
How many times have I heard this questions?
Probably thousands of times.

Anytime we were out, shopping, hiking, walking the dog, if there was a coffee shop that sold cookies she wanted one.

But, not a whole one. 

She always wanted to share. Half a cookie, the big half to be specific.