Nancy Jean Long  2022

Nancy Jean Long 2022

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Nancy Jean Long, 82, of Indianapolis, IN passed away on December 12, 2022. She was born October 30, 1940 in Indianapolis to the late Ralph and Mary Camilla (Burris) Ginder. Nancy was a graduate of Sacred Heart High School and went on to work for IU Health for 35 years. She was a loving, caring Mom who always made sure her family knew how much they were loved and cared for. She went out of her way to make sure every moment she spent with her children and grandchildren was special. Nancy always made sure that her children and grandchildren knew that they were capable of doing whatever they set their mind to and led by example. She was an amazing woman who will be dearly missed. In addition to her parents, Nancy was preceded in death by her brother, Jim Ginder. She leaves behind two brothers, Fred Ginder and Gerry Ginder; three daughters, Laura Hooker, Mandy Praught, and Sarah Long; a son, Andy Nichols; six grandchildren; and ten great grandchildren. There is no public memorial service planned, instead the family asks for donation to be made to the Alzheimer Association: Indiana Memorial Funeral & Cremation Care is honored to serve the Long family during this difficult time. To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Nancy, please visit our Tree Store.

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Death notice for the town of: Indianapolis, state: Indiana

death notice Nancy Jean Long 2022

obituary notice Nancy Jean Long 2022

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