Nancy K. Posch, a resident of Royalton, passed away Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013, at the Lutheran Care Center in Little Falls.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held Monday, Sept. 23, at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Bowlus, with Father John Odero officiating. Burial was in St. Stanislaus Parish Cemetery in Bowlus.
Nancy was born Aug. 18, 1959, to Dolores A. Booth and the late Albert H. Booth. She was a woman of heart who spent many years serving others in the food industry. Holidays were a special time for Nancy and her family as they enjoyed many homemade crock-pots of goodness. At times, her kids may have thought her efforts were ridiculous but she had a special knack for preparing food that brought people together. Nancy also had an unbelievable passion for the equestrian life. She enjoyed riding horses with friends and had a great appreciation for their strength, beauty and courage. Nancy portrayed those same characteristics throughout her personal life, even in times of hardship. Not only was Nancy a mother, but a grandmother. She adored her grandkids and that adoration was returned. Their love was never more evident than in the smiles, laughter and excitement they exchanged during visits. Nancys life is celebrated by her sons, daughter, brothers, sisters and friends. Her selfless acts will be long-remembered and she will continue to be loved by many.
Nancy is survived by her sons, Keith, his significant other Trish; Chris and his wife Jessie, her beloved daughter Nikki (Zellner) and her husband Ryan, grandchildren Keegan, Zoie, MacKenzie, Kianna and Carson; and her brothers and sisters; Mark Booth, Wayne (Karen) Booth, Cindy (Wayne) Johannes, Patty Booth, Barb Prokott and Becky (Loren) Mrosla.