• 83 years old
  • Born on September 19, 1932 .
  • Passed away on May 29, 2016 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Nancy Schirmer, 83, born on September 19, 1932 and passed away on May 29, 2016. We will remember her forever as a devoted wife, mother, sister, teacher and friend with an inner strength and light that amazed us all.

Memorial service will be held at Evangel United Methodist Church at 10 am on June 11, 2016 at 227 Pennsylvania Ave, Holton, KS, 66436. Burial will follow at Holton Cemetery at 11999 Highway K16, Holton, KS.

 

Posted by Becky Stauffer on 19th September 2016
Missing Nancy on her birthday, will always be my special sister.
Posted by Shirley Doyle-Mick on 6th June 2016
I have fond memories of the Harry Moore family. They lived just down the road. Nancy was a cherished big sister and will be missed by all that knew her. Our love and prayers. The Doyle Siblings
Posted by Jean Walker on 4th June 2016
Nancy, Colleen and I were best buds. We taught 4th grade at Cyril Wengert Elementary School and we were inseparable. Nancy and I often carpooled to work (happy happy times). Our times together, both inside and outside the classroom, would be a bestseller. My 3 youngest children who attended high school and college in Las Vegas have been reminding me of all of the wonderful things they remember about Nancy and our friendship. They described Nancy as sweet, always smiling and energetic. Nancy was my cherished friend. She will live in my heart forever. God bless Nancy, Gerry and the entire Schirmer family. -- With love from Jean Walker and the Walker family.
Posted by Sam Moore on 3rd June 2016
Our hearts go out to Gerry and all of the immediate family. She was a very special person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless! deAnn & Sam
Posted by Scott Moore on 3rd June 2016
I'll always remember the fun my folks had with Aunt Nancy & Jerry. She was a fun aunt and interesting to talk with. My best wishes for Jerry and the "kids". I'll miss her. Nephew, Scott Moore
Posted by Jarry Moore on 3rd June 2016
Nancy being the oldest of six children assumed the role of mother, social chairman, referee, nurse, and advisor while the rest of us were growing up. During this time Nancy developed her traits of being loyal, supportive, helpful, and kind to everyone she associated with. These traits remained throughout her schooling, work career, and family life. In addition Nancy and Gerry's family was fun to visit and do things with. I will miss my big sister. Her little brother Jarry.
Posted by Patricia McManis on 2nd June 2016
At Cyril Wengert elementary school, "Mrs. Schirmer" was an angel in disguise as a teacher! We arrived at Nellis and our youngest, Anne, had spent her first three years of school in three different schools with three different philosophies from "let them flower as they will" to old school (cursive writing in 3rd grade)..... Nancy literally saved her. She went on to a college degree but still remembers her 4th grade teacher as do we! Chet was in school with our daughters, Sally and Martha, and we enjoyed him too!
Posted by DC Jensen on 2nd June 2016
It was wonderful to have known her over these many years here in Las Vegas. She will be missed. Our prayers go out to Jerry and her entire family. DC & Cathy Jensen.
Posted by Kristine Moore on 1st June 2016
Nancy was a wonderful person. I had no idea how many things she had accomplished in her life until I read her history. I will really miss seeing her at the reunions.
Posted by Bryce Moore on 1st June 2016
Nancy was a great big sister to me. she was fun to be around and included us in her activities. I admired her ability as a school teacher. Her former pupils told me she inspired them and made learning fun and interesting. She was very helpful to mom and was a great moral support for all of us. We shall miss her. Brother Bryce Moore

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