Nancy Amdahl

October 2, 1961 - December 26, 2020
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When we meet someone indelible, we often say “they broke the mold”, but there was no mold for Nancy. She was a true original. From her infectious laugh to her unflagging generosity, Nancy was a rare gift to the world. Nancy left us unexpectedly on December 26, 2020. Whether she was family, a friend orContinue Reading

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Ann Wees left a message on July 26, 2023:
Well that is what I learned of my very dear friend. My family and I will forever love her and her mother Cathy, and son, Rico. Her generosity and presence was immeasurable. We are so sorry to hear that she is away from us. Very fond memories of our friendship. I would love to share. Ann and Rich. annwees@gmail.com Rico’s mom loved him above all else. All of our love to you and your brothers.
Ashleigh left a message on February 19, 2021:
Nancy was not the type of woman you could ever forget. She was so caring and unapologetically herself. My condolences to her family and friends.
Bill and Patti left a message on February 5, 2021:
The first line of Nancy's beautifully written obituary, there was no mold, she was a true original, sums her up wonderfully. Her raspy voice and laugh. The smile she seemed to have for everyone, friend and stranger alike. (Although, it seemed as though she knew half of the state of California.) Her gigantic heart that wanted to care of and feed everyone. Her love for Mike, which is how we met Nancy. (She often said that she was Mike's "eye-candy.") We will truly miss her, but thankful to have known her.
Justin and Jane Sacco left a message on February 3, 2021:
Nancy sure could brighten a room! She had the greatest laugh and could always lighten the mood. We last saw her just before the pandemic here in North Carolina- we had a great time with her and Mike, laughing and telling stories. We will always smile when we think of Nancy.
jim Caroompas left a message on February 2, 2021:
People like Nancy don’t disappear. Mercifully, they remain with us for a lifetime, often more vividly than those right in front of us. She burned so bright and magic through our lives, leaving trails of laughter and mystery and and mercy... I knew her through several chapters of my life, in youth and middle age. She was always that teacher, that child, that guide, the one for whom you give your best, at who’s feet you lay your most naked crimes, knowing there will be forgiveness. Words are minuscule minnows fluttering in shallow pools of expression - my thoughts of Nancy lay in more sacred realms where light has voice and sorrow cannot live. - Jim Caroompas
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Ron left a message on January 27, 2021:
I miss you so much my dear friend, Every day as I watch the huge ships go by I think of you. You always screamed Look At The Big Ship. God I miss you! Well this weekend will be the first time the bar will be open , but it just won't be the same. Your always in my thoughts..
Sunset View Mortuary left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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