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In Memory

Nancy Neher

Nancy Neher

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09/24/09 06:07 PM #2    

Mitchell Cohen

nancy is always in my heart my friend and next door neighbor I remember her last day . we had lunch
"the night that changed my life ..you just don't forget!!!

i love you nancy, mitch

09/25/09 02:18 PM #3    

Maryellen Mench (Castellano)

Nancy was just one of those people you remember from the moment you met her, which for me was in first grade in Sr. Joan Marie's class in the little white house. Like all of us she was wearing a green plaid uniform, but still looked adorable with her long blond wavy hair. Nancy just sparkled. Returning to school after her accident was undoubtably the saddest day of high school.

09/26/09 01:14 AM #4    

Marla Williams (Linton)


10/01/09 04:40 AM #5    

Douglas Martin

So very young, The first to go for us to understand our mortality. So very sad

10/05/09 05:21 PM #6    

James Bascotti

A Beautiful Person . . . A Beautiful Soul.
God Bless and Keep You, Nancy.

10/08/09 04:39 PM #7    

Janine Falgares (Silverman)

Nancy was not only so beautiful on the outside but a sweet kind person. Her tragedy took such a toll on so many of us, at such a young age, that I don't believe she will ever be forgotten. Nancy touched all those who knew her so tenderly....She will be forever missed.

10/17/09 10:14 PM #8    

John Nakashian

Nancy was always Nicer than she had to be! She sat next to me in homeroom for six years and always had smile! She gave me lots of girl advice during those years! I miss her everyday!

02/07/10 11:38 AM #9    

Marie Mirynowski-Singer (Singer)

Nancy was truly one of those people who cross your path and you can never forget. She was a friend to all, may she rest in peace, and her memory be for blessing.

10/14/10 03:22 PM #10    

Tim Schwark

Although I didnt know her well,  I remember her always saying hi to me as she walked past  as I played basketball in front of my house. She seemed so nice and friendly.

I think we ALL remember the tragic sad news, and how it impacted us.

God Bless Nancy.

04/28/15 04:13 PM #11    

Jennifer Anderson (Hill)

Nancy.... wow!  What a gem she was!  She really lit up the room and was friendly to everyone she came in contact with.  I met her in 9th grade when we were Burnet Cheerleaders together.  She was the Captain and we had so much fun as a squad... then on to high school... After 10th grade she decided not to cheer anymore, but she was still just as kind and fun and full of life. Such a tragedy that her life ended so young. --jennifer

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