Nancy Lee (Hunt) Ewoldt
- January 14, 1944 - June 6, 2012
- Davenport, Iowa
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“I'm so sorry for you loss. I do understand the loss of the mother and i can only say when you try to remember only the good stuff your still gonna...Read More »
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“Nancy's passing is the beginning of a new journey. She will be missed by all.
Our condolences to all her family and friends.
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“My condolences to all the family. Nancy was a wonderful person, a free spirit!
Lisa and Tracy, hope you are well. All of you will be in my prayers....Read More »
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“My prayers go out to Nancy and the family. I remeber Nancy and her sblings living near Lake Canyada and growing up with them. Steve and I were good...Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: John Weber - IA
Nancy Lee (Hunt) Ewoldt, 67, passed away peacefully at ManorCare after a long illness on Wednesday, June 6, 2012, with her daughters and her friend Deanna Staggs by her side.
Condolences may be left online at http://www.hmdfuneralhome.com/obituaries .
Nancy was born on January 14, 1944 in Rock Island, IL, the daughter of Albert and Gladys (Ague) Hunt. She graduated from Assumption High School in1962 and joined the Navy, where she studied nursing and played the bass drum in the band. After leaving the Navy, she worked as a psychiatric nurse at Illini Hosptial and was a social activist involved with numerous local groups, including the American Indian Movement and Greenpeace. She also was a musician who wrote her own songs and was an avid reader.
Nancy was preceded in death by her parents and by her son, Scott White. She is survived by her sisters, Pam Hunt, Sally Leal, and Jennifer Barnett, by her brother, Steven Hunt, by her daughters Elizabeth ('Lisa') Huff and Teresa ('Tracy') Petersen, and by her grand-children, Dylan Ivey, DJ Serrano, Ayana Petersen, and Anthony ('Tony') Geary, and by her great-grand-children Jeremiah James and Shylah Ivey, and Skyla Serrano.