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Nancy Jean (Kercheval) Nolte
February 6, 1943 ~ October 30, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Nancy Jean Nolte, 80 of Wentzville, Missouri passed peacefully Monday evening (10/30/2023) as her sister, children, and caregivers surrounded her in prayer, love, and music.
Nancy is survived by her children and their spouses; daughters, Connie and Steve Blase of St. Charles, Missouri and Debbie and Pat Dunkley of Wentzville, Missouri, their son, Bill and Tina Nolte of St. Charles, Missouri; dearest sister, Judy Kassing, and Kay Wittmaier; several nieces and nephews; 9 grandchildren; Meghan, Brandon, Allison, Ethan, Brianna, Aaron, Brett, Benjamin, and Nathan and 13 great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her husband, William “Bill” Nolte and parents, Frank and Marie Kercheval.
Nancy grew up in Pasadina Hills, Saint Louis, Missouri and attended Incarnate Word High School. Upon graduating she married Bill and settled into a life as a most wonderful mother of her three children. She devoted all of her time to her family and was an excellent role model in teaching the value of “family.”
Nancy was extremely artistic, many of her family and dear friends have pieces of her talents in the form of true handmade Santa Claus’, various Halloween decorations, quilts, and cross-stitch art. She had a passion for gardening and decorating that she passed on to her daughters and grand-children. One of Nancy’s best qualities was telling scary stories to her grandchildren that have fondly been passed on. Her unique sense of humor kept all of us on our toes. She loved us all with her heart and soul and her family always came first. She enjoyed life to the fullest and will be dearly missed.
Memorials: donations may be made to: Alzheimer's Association National Processing Center, P.O. Box 96011, Washington, DC 20090-6011 (alz.org)