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Nancy C. Krzykwa, age 80, of Alto, Michigan passed away peacefully on April 22, 2020. She will be met at heaven’s gates by her loving husband, Larry; her parents, Barbara and Edwin Flickinger and Thamous Roberts; sisters, Barbara Dawson and Jean Ferris; and brother, Jerry Roberts.

She will be sadly missed by her sisters, Pat (Walt) Jensen and Linda Steffes; brother, Frank (Marge) Roberts; dear friend, Nancy Tower; and many nieces and nephews.

Per Nancy’s wishes cremation has taken place.

Due to COVID – 19 a memorial service will be held and announced at a later date.

May she rest peacefully in the hands of our savior, Jesus Christ.

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Cremation arrangements are entrusted to Michigan Cremation & Funeral Care, Grand Rapids.


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  1. Liz Krzykwa Skidmore on April 26, 2020 at 11:01 am

    May God Bless such a Beautiful Lady and join in his heavens glory with all her beloved. We Love you Aunt Nancy you touched all our hearts with Love.

  2. Cathy Mccoy on April 26, 2020 at 2:29 pm

    Aunt Nancy you will be truely missed I’m going to miss your beautiful Christmas cards I use to get from you. You were a beautiful person both inside and out!!! I bet uncle Larry is so glad you to are together again. Rest In Peace
    Darren & Cathy Mccoy

  3. Jean Bean on April 27, 2020 at 10:05 pm

    Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel and I am so happy that she is reunited with her “Love” and so many loving family members. I can almost feel all the wonderful hugs and kisses that welcomed her home. Aunt Nancy was the most thoughtful, caring, fun, and loving Aunt a little chubby girl could have. She and Uncle Larry had such cool stuff and they never yelled at us for playing. Every time I would stay with them in Lansing, I would play the player piano, over and over and over. She would always listen and tell me how good I was. (Big Smile) She always encouraged me to do my best and be my best, because I was loved so much. She came to watch me play in middle school band at the Capital and she clapped and cheered so loud (shy smile). You could always feel her love in her smiles or her hugs and kisses. You could feel it in the way she loved her animals and everyone else’s animals. She even accepted all my boyfriends with open arms and then congratulated me when I learned they weren’t the one. (big grin)
    She was amazingly talented in many things. She taught me and a friend how to create stained glass pieces and we each made sun catchers of our own design. At one point, my friend’s solder splattered and it startled a fart out of her and we all laughed until we cried. Now, as I think of it, I am crying again because I am missing her. I know God’s amazing Grace for sharing her with me for so long. I am grateful for all the love she gave endlessly. I just want to say, “Enjoy, Love, you deserve it…I love you more”.

  4. Pat Krzykwa on April 30, 2020 at 7:18 am

    I have known Nancy and her family for many, many years. Nancy, her sister Jean, her mother Barb, and I worked together at Butterworth hospital. We became great friends, and later we became sisters-in-law. What a loving and beautiful person.

    Love and miss you,

    Pat Krzykwa

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