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Jan 14, 2018
Nancy Egbert grew up in Minnesota. She moved to Homer, Alaska in the 70’s with her daughters, Kris and Janet. Nancy has been a viable part of the Kenai Peninsula communities in many areas. You may have met her on the line when she worked in the canneries on the Spit or hanging out at Dean’s Donuts. When she moved to the Kenai area, Nancy could be found at Sweet Adeline’s or 4-H or working as a sub or teacher in various classrooms. She fished off the beaches, is a member of the Kenai Methodist church, and worked at Jo Anne’s for a while. You might have run into her in theatre or dance or during a Walk to Emmaus. You could have crossed her path in Anchor Point, at the Kenai Elks, or when she was in college in Minnesota or Alaska. You may have met her during radiation treatments in Anchorage for breast cancer or at Katmai Oncology in Soldotna. No matter when your timelines crossed, Nancy had to have made an impression on you.
In the last years, Nancy has been battling pancreatic cancer. She had most of that organ removed in 2012 and her spleen in 2016. She’s been really sick recovering from the chemo after the last surgery. Please share your support with Nancy here and thank you!