Nancy Jean Seavert, 55, of Manson passed away peacefully October 1st in her home surrounded by her girls and family after a hard-fought battle with cancer.
Nancy was born June 29th, 1966 in Manson where she has lived most of her life. She attended Manson High School and went to Spencer College of Business. She met Douglas while in college, and they were married November 28th, 1986. They moved a couple times before landing back in Manson to raise their three children. Nancy had a passion for helping her family and community and never did anything halfway. She loved her job of 24 years with Calhoun County Public Health, where she held several roles revolving around caring for others. Her priority outside of work was being a Grandma. She also loved to craft and do projects of all kinds, and especially loved spending time with her close friends, playing cards, and taking trips to the casino.
Left to cherish her memory are her two daughters, Kari (Tom) Ellis of Rockwell City, Allie (Michael) McFarlane of Urbana, IA, and son James Seavert of Carroll; grandchildren Hope, Tommy, Rylee, and Evan; mother Norma Langenwalter; brothers Duane, Brian, and Scott Langenwalter, and many other loving relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by her husband, Douglas, father Elmon Langenwalter, brother Allen Langenwalter, sister-in-law Darlene Zinnel, and granddaughter Faith Jean Ellis.
Visitation and a memorial service for both Douglas and Nancy Seavert will be held at St Paul Lutheran Church in Manson, I