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Nancy Jean Sullard

October 7, 1949 May 3, 2021
Nancy Jean Sullard
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The Lord called Nancy home on May 3, 2021, joining her husband Bud who preceded her on May 2, 2021. Nancy was born in Kansas in 1949 to Russel Dick, Jr. and Betty Jean Dick (neé McKeever), both deceased. She is survived by her son Michael Moss, grandchildren Daniel and Abrianna, and one great grandson. Nancy was the beloved sister of Sharon (husband Ted) Lovell, Barbara Springs, Roger Gibson, Steven Gibson, Pam (husband Frank) Van Ocker, Diane (husband Pat) Hollenbeck, Delores (husband Carl) Stryker, and William (wife Michelle) Gibson. Nancy had multiple nieces and nephews as well.

Nancy was a beloved daycare provider to dozens of children who loved her dearly. She returned that love and forever changed the lives of many of those children. Nancy loved playing card games with friends and family, trips to Las Vegas with friends, and of course, Elvis Presley!

Services for Bud and Nancy will be on Friday July 9, at 11:00 a.m. at Fort Logan National Cemetery 4400 W Kenyon Ave Denver, CO 80236.

There will be a second service at Highland Baptist Church, 9185 Utica St, Westminster, CO 80031 on Saturday, July 10, at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to St. Anthony North Hospital, 14300 Orchard Pkwy, Westminster, CO 80023. Please indicate that you are giving a donation to the ICU in honor of Bud and Nancy Sullard.

Bud was called to heaven by our Lord on May 2, 2021. Born in Colorado in 1938 to John “Bud” Sullard, Jr. and Ora Sullard (neé Pedrick), both deceased. His beautiful wife Nancy joined him in heaven the following day, May 3, 2021. Bud is survived by his stepson Michael Moss; brother and sister-in-law, Bill and Sherry Sullard; sister Sue Sullard; and multiple nieces and nephews.

Bud loved animals especially his beloved childhood dog Tilly and cat Skippy and owned several cats throughout his lifetime. He had lots of fun adventures growing up with his brother Bill. He joined the Navy in 1955 and headed to Long Beach California, returning to Colorado after his time in the service. Bud married Nancy Dick on October 19, 1973 and they would have celebrated their 48th anniversary this year. He had a green thumb and enjoyed gardening, both delicious vegetables and beautiful flowers. He also loved fishing and in his later years, gaming on his computer.

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Fort Logan National Cemetery Final Resting Place

3698 South Sheridan Boulevard
Denver, CO 80235

3698 South Sheridan Boulevard Denver 80235 CO
United States

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