Obit: Meek, Nancy L (1947 – 2009)
Surnames: Meek, Taylor, Doud, Skogstad
----Source: Banner Journal (Black River Falls, Jackson, Co., WI.) September 16, 2009
Meek, Nancy L (19 January, 1947 – 11 September 2009)
Nancy L Meek, 62, of Black River Falls died of lung cancer Friday, Sept. 11, 2009, at her home in the Town of Brockway, with her family present and under the care of Black River Memorial Hospice.
Nancy was born Jan. 19, 1947, in Black River Falls to Ralph and June (Taylor) Doud. She was raised in Black River Falls and graduated from Black River Falls High School in 1965.
She married Brian Meek June 16, 1968, at the United Methodist Church in Black River Falls. The couple lived in Black River Falls all of their married lives.
When she was in high school, Nancy worked as a waitress at the former Real McCoy’s Restaurant in the Town of Brockway. She worked as a telephone operator for two years for GTE, and she worked as a certified nursing assistant at the Pine View Care Center, both in Black River Falls.
Nancy was a devoted wife, mother and full-time grandmother. She loved to garden, and she enjoyed cooking. She was a NASCAR fan, and she liked to collect antique children’s toys.
Surviving are her husband, Brian; two sons, Wade (Laurel) Meek and Patrick (Jessica) Meek, and one daughter, Theresa (Eric) Skogstad, all of Black River Falls; her six grandchildren, Kasten, Alexandra, Matthew, Jacob, twins Henry and Grady and her expectant granddaughter Lyla.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Ralph and June Doud.
In accordance with the wishes of the family, there will be a private, family memorial service at a later date. There will be no visitation.
Torgerson’s Funeral Service (715-284-4321) is assisting the family with arrangements.
The family prefers memorials be given in Nancy’s name to the Black River Memorial Hospice, the Jackson County Animal Shelter or the Black River Falls Youth Hockey Program.
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