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Kori Meyers

Nancy Kile

July 26, 1945 - March 28, 2020

I’ve created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of my mom, Nancy Kile. I’d love to hear your stories and memories here as they will offer us great comfort. As of right now, we cannot hold an in person service and I’m looking into the possibility of holding something online. This would also...  see more

OBITUARY
On Saturday, March 28, 2020, Nancy Lou Kile, sweet and loving mother of two children and two grandchildren, passed away quietly at home at the age of 74. She was born July 26, 1945 in Mentor, Ohio to Milan and Lillian Zedlar. Her parents doted on her as an only child, so much so that family folklore claims that she was carefully carried around on a pillow for at least her first year of life. She attended Mentor High School before...  see more
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  • Christian B
    I only met Nancy a handful of times at family events like thanksgiving, but I do have a lovely memory of the first time we met. As we greeted each other, Nancy asked how I knew the family. When I replied I was Stephanie’s boyfriend she looked over at...  more
  • Stephanie Meyers
    Nancy was always the sweetest lady. So happy and bubbly every time I saw her. I’ll always remember her laugh and the handmade shawl she made me. That was one of the best gifts I ever received. I couldn’t believe she spent that much time in something...  more
  • Mike and Lisa Meyers
    Nancy was truly AWESOME!!! As sweet a person as there ever was! She had an extremely quick wit and a wonderful sense of humor - always ready to laugh. Her smile was absolutely delightful!

    In her last years she showed remarkable courage! Her desire...  more
  • Ro  Shulenberger
    Kori, not sure if you knew this or not but mom's kindness and talent was given to my cousin in Chicago and she quickly became a "member" of the family. Mom knew about my cousin who was suffering from ALS and was always cold.... your mom had a solution....  more
  • Jenna Love
    Nancy loved all our kids so well when they were growing up. I could see it on her face... how she'd light up when Reagan or Ellie accomplished something wonderful--whether it was a Play Doh masterpiece when they were tiny or all the high school...  more
  • Kristen Bendheim
    This is such a hard time to lose someone. I hope you feel all the love and support around you right now. I always enjoyed seeing your mom and spending time with her at family gatherings. It truly felt like someone was missing if she couldn’t be there....  more
  • Todd Meyers
    Nancy was always kind and generous to me. Watching her daughter get married and move to Nashville could have terrified her, but if it did, she didn't show it. She showered me with love from the day I met her. Over the years as we grew closer, I always...  more
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