Nancy Ann Hill Kaiser, 71, of Fremont, OH, passed away on April 1, 2017, surrounded by her family. She was born on January 31, 1946, in Fremont, OH, the daughter of Lester and Jenny (Sipsma) Hill. She was a 1964 graduate of Fremont Ross High School.
Nancy married Lynn H. Kaiser on March 4, 1967. She worked for the Sandusky County EMS for many years, retiring as an administrator. She then worked for several years part time at Kmart and the Turnpike Travel Plaza.
Nancy enjoyed bowling and traveling, especially to Disney and on cruises. She loved to make people happy and spend time with her family, especially her beloved grandchildren. She organized her 1964 class activities and enjoyed visiting with her lifelong friends.
Nancy is survived by her husband of fifty years, Lynn H. Kaiser of Fremont; sons Brian (Erica Suto) Kaiser of Sandusky and Kevin (Cheryl Welch) Kaiser of Spring Lake, MI; parents Lester and Jenny Hill of Fremont; grandchildren Johnathon and Samuel Kaiser, Bobby, Timothy and Savannah Suto; brothers Mick (Viki) Hill of Fremont, Ed (Pat) Hill of Lindsey and Tom (Marsha) Hill of Oak Harbor.
Visitation: Saturday, April 8, 2017, from 11 am to 2 pm at Wonderly Horvath Hanes Funeral Home, 425 E. State St., Fremont, OH. Prayer service at 2 pm at the funeral home. Burial to follow at Lindsey Cemetery.
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Nancy was my best friend and she will be missed greatly. My prayers and thoughts are with the family. .
My condolances and prayers go out to the whole family!
May you RIP,Nancy!
I met and worked with Nancy many years ago at Clauss Cutlery. She was a great woman. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family during this difficult time. R.I.P. Nancy.
Lynn, Jonathon, & family,
We are very sorry for your loss.
Ami, Kody Hausman, James, & Aaron Rathfelder
Gary and Mary Jeanette
We are so sorry for your huge loss. It was nice to reconnect with Nancy when we both worked for the county. She was always so kind and pleasant…..upbeat and happy. She really smiled when she spoke of her grandchildren! Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this hard time. Sincere Sympathy, Gary and Mary Jeanette
Cindie Cole ( ABC Academy)
I first met Nancy several years ago when Jonathan was enrolled in our preschool. I grew very fond of Nancy; she was quite a wonderful lady! My sympathies to the family!
So sorry to read this. I worked next door to Nancy from 1995 to her retirement from the County. She was one of the most organized persons I have ever met and was always helpful. Her family will be in my thoughts and prayers! Sincerely, Steve Shiets
Condolences to the family and our prayers with the family at this time.
Gerard & Rebekah Recker
Tina Hirt Baker
Sending sympathy to the family for your loss, especially Mick & Viki.
Bill and Cindy Kaiser
Wishing you peace and strength during this difficult time.
Bill and Cindy Kaiser
Sharon Haas Chatwood
Nancy was one of those people who never changed. After growing up with the whole Hill family in Lindsey and going to church together, I hadn’t seen Nancy for a number of years until I saw her after our 8th grade class’ 50th Reunion. She still was the same beautiful person with a great sense of humor and love of family. I know you will all miss her, but that the wonderful memories you share will provide solace in the days ahead. The sympathies of the entire ” Haas” clan are with you. We know Nancy is out of pain and at peace. God bless her and all of you during this time.
Kevin, Cheryl, Brian, Erica and grandchildren,
Such a wonderful woman you have lost, but such a legacy you have gained.
The joy you all brought to her life shines through in every moment of her memorial video. I trust that as time passes, the same joy will return to you as you reflect on your time together, and the love you shared–the time at Disney, at restaurants, in nature, at play, smiling with each other… Thankfully, eternal life happens not only for those who have passed, but also for those who hold a loved one in their hearts. Not just for now, but forever.
Nancy must be so proud of all of you, all that you are, and will continue to be…