Nanci Ann Burt

Nanci Ann Burt

July 25, 1947 - April 02, 2005

Nanci Ann Burt

July 25, 1947 - April 02, 2005


Nanci Burt Shull passed away on April 2, 2005 at home. She was born on July 25, 1947 in Fort Worth, Texas. She grew up in Leawood, Kansas and graduated from Shawnee Mission East High School. Nanci attended Kansas State College Pittsburg, Kansas and Loyola University in Chicago. She was an active member of the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. Nanci started in the insurance industry at an early age and worked in all areas including Senior Management. She was with Fireman’s Fund for many years in branches from coast to coast. She returned to Califonia eight years ago and resided in Mission Viejo.
Nanci will always be remembered for her positive spirit. She was always laughing and happy, never letting anything get her down. She fought cancer twice and beat it both times with undying positive attitude. Nanci had a true compassion for people and animals. She always had time for friends and family, and would spread her contagious smile everywhere she went. She had volunteered at a local animal shelter, and often created her own animal shelter in her home as she nursed injured or lost animals back to health. Anyone who knew Nanci will always remember her wonderful laugh and her beautiful positive spirit.
Nanci is survived by her husband, Doug Burt; her daughter, Kelley Demas; stepson Chris Burt, his wife Yolanda and their children Gabbie and Alex; stepdaughter Rosanna Cohle and her husband Andy. She is also survived by many close friends as well as her many pets.

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20 responses to Nanci Ann Burt

  1. Steve Hogan says:

    I Love You Nancy…….May God have mercy on your soul…..See you in Heaven.

  2. Doug Burt says:

    Hi Leo, Jimmy, Moriah, James, Steve, Ed, Oscar, Amy, Bob, John, Mark, Nina, Wally, Ellen, Dan, Andy, Patrick, Gayle, Vera, Trevor, Sandy and Kelley, Chris, Yolanda, Rosanna, Andy, Gabrielle, and Alexander.
    As Nanci’s Husband for the past 15 years and Her Friend for the past 40 years, I can truly say that she loved all of you, as each of truly us loved her.

    Thanks to Kelley for creating this Living Memorial to her Mother and Friend, NANCI.

    Also Thanks to Nanci’s many more friends and relatives who will be widening our Circle of Love here in this Special Place.

  3. Leo Hogan says:

    We love our precious memories of Aunt Nanci! Of course, her wonderful laugh being the the best. The great menagerie she had going. We loved the animals too. James and Moriah’s favorite memory is the warm milk and sugar Aunt Nanci would serve them, when they came to stay. They loved it! It was exclusive to her. Although mom would not serve them that, we did have some for our memorial that we held here in Costa Rica in our home for Aunt Nanci at the same time the services were going on there. It was very special. We were so blessed to get spend quality time with Aunt Nanci and Uncle Doug on our visit to Ca. in March. We are ever thankful for that! Uncle Doug and Kelly we love you and will keep you in our prayers. Nanci’s short time here just doesn’t seem fair to us. Only the Lord knows the plan for our time here. Love in Christ. Leo, Moriah and James and Jim

  4. I have so many wonderful memories of time spent with Nanci over the past 20 years; ranging from work to lunches to road trips. I’ll always remember that laugh, that smile, and best of all…a very kind heart. Well done Nanci!

  5. My friend Nanci knew how to live. She knew when to have fun and when to get serious. She loved her family, this includes all the animals and friends. She was always there for me with the just the right words,hug or laugh for the moment. My sympathies to you all. The day of her death I saw two rescued sea lions returned to the ocean.While we watched I thought of Nanci. When I got home Doug had called to tell us. Nanci’s beautiful spirit will be with us forever. Gail

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