I’ve been struggling with this entry since last Tuesday when the light in our world dimmed with the passing of our good friend Nancy Conner. She left far too soon but God deemed her mission complete on this plane of existence and called her home.
What makes it most difficult for those of us left behind is that she was healthy and happy. She worked tirelessly for the past three years to keep our small congregation going without the guidance of a full-time pastor. Included in her efforts was guiding us through a difficult two vote process to change our affiliation from one of neglect to one of unconditional support. Also during that time our congregation found and hired our new pastor. It was not easy, but she kept us all going.
The reason many of us feel that God called her is because last Sunday we installed our new pastor then on Tuesday, as she was walking her 5-mile route to our church, something she regularly did, she was struck by a vehicle. She subsequently expired from severe head trauma later that day.
She is missed. She will be missed forever more. Thankfully we all have the memory of her guiding example to lead us forward.
God Bless Nancy and her family.
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How very sad.
Too true. Incredibly sad. Thanks, Gracie.
So many great memories the best is your smile you led us by your example. It will be hard to match. I hope my sister and you are wearing out running shoes in heaven . RIP Hink
I recognized Nancy’s beautiful smile even though we have not seen each other in over 30 years! My prayers are with her family for their loss. Happy for her to be in the presence of Jesus. God bless.
Thanks, Debbie. We were just commenting today about how none of us has ever seen a photo of Nancy when she wasn’t smiling.
Thanks, Debbie. Floyd mentioned to me yesterday that he doesn’t have even one photo of her where she isn’t smiling..