Condolence From: Emily Chambers Haynes, Granville, Ohio
Condolence: Ron, I remember you from way back when you and I were soloists at the Bryden Rd. Presbyterian Church 1959-60. My husband and I are now living at Kendal at Granville. I just happened to be reading the Columbus Dispatch and saw the obituary for Nancy. Please know I’m sending my sympathy to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Condolence From: Eileen Howard, Atlanta, GA
Condolence: Remembering beautiful and talented Nancy today. I am sad I cannot attend in person. I’m remembering so many shows with her music direction. What a wonderful person. She will be deeply missed.
Condolence From: Martha, Oscar, Naomi, Hana Adaniya, Westerville, OH
Condolence: We will forever remember Nancy for giving the gift of music to Naomi and Hana. Nancy's love for teaching music will be passed on to future generations of our family and the enjoyment we get from having music in our lives will keep Nancy alive in our hearts.
Our deepest sympathy to Ron and family.
The Adaniya family
Condolence From: Bill Creadon, New Albany, Oh
Condolence: Chris, so sorry for your loss
Condolence From: Ann Marie Robinson, NEWARK, OH
Condolence: Dear Ron and Family
I deem it a great privilege to have gotten to know you these few months I have been at Central College Presbyterian Church.
Most honored and humbled to have played in your home for Nancy before she died. One look in her eyes and I could tell she was a woman of passion, conviction and gave her heart and soul to all she met
Thank you also for including me in today's Celebration of her life
Ann Marie Robinson
Condolence From: Jeffrey Cooper, Gahanna, OH
Condolence: What a truly remarkable, talented, and loving person to be remembered forever. Love you Nancy.
Condolence From: Dawn Farrell, Westerville, OH
Condolence: My love and continued support for the family. They know how much Nancy meant to me with over 30 years of close friendship - oh the stories I could share. RIP dear friend.
Condolence From: Mark and Susan Meuser, Bath, England
Condolence: Dear Ron and family,
We were sorry to hear of Nancy's passing. She was such a lovely person and will be greatly missed. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
Condolence From: Susan C., Columbus, OH
Condolence: I only "sat" with Mrs. Nocks twice, but I always enjoyed my time with her. She was a great lady!!
Susan, National Church Residences
Condolence From: MONIQUE Davis PHILIPS, Pawleys Island, SC
Condolence: Dear Ron and kids, I am so sorry to learn of Nancy's passing. She was my mentor while growing up! How blessed I was to have her living across the street from us. She was a talented and loving person! My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Cherish the memories! All my love!
Condolence From: Elaine Miracle, Worthington, Ohio
Condolence: To Ron and your children, my heartfelt sympathies. It was a pleasure to know and work with Nancy. I am thankful to her for all the opportunities that she gave me through SRO. I will always treasure those experiences. Eternal rest grant unto her, Oh Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace.
Condolence From: Joyce Stonebraker, Sumbury, Ohio
Condolence: Dear Ron, Robin, Chris, and family ...
I absolutely loved working with Nancy during her years at Blendon MS and at Westerville North HS. I will always value her musicianship and friendship. May the Lord bless you and keep you.
Joyce & Jon Stonebraker
Condolence From: Margie, Arlene, Nancy, Mary Cousins, Harrison, Ohio
Condolence: Psalms 95:1-2 references “make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation”.
We praise God that our sweet cousin Nancy is with the Lord doing what she loves the most - making beautiful music with Him.
Condolence From: Christa Justus, New York, NY
Condolence: To Ron, Robin, Christopher and family - I extend my deepest condolences at Nancy's passing. She changed my life the morning she handed me the sheet music to Elton John's "Your Song" and said, "There's no melody line so, you'll have to sing along while you play." Nancy taught me how to play the piano and how to work for what you want in life. Her dedication and passion for teaching were always evident. She was a dear soul and I am grateful to have known her. As it happens, I am receiving a new piano this week. I will sit down and play my first piano recital piece, "In the Month of May," in her honor and memory. Much Love, xoChrista
Condolence From: Frank Barnhart, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Dearest Ron, Robin, and Chris: I have no words to convey how much Nancy meant to me. I have loved working with her on so many projects over the last 20 years. She was an exceptional person and I loved her very much. I will miss her for the rest of my life.
Condolence From: Pamela Hill, Columbus, OH
Condolence: So sorry to miss the Memorial Service. Deepest sympathies and prayers to Ron and family. So glad I was able to first work with Nancy on CATCO’s THE CLUB. It was one of my all-time favorite theatre experiences. She was Music Director as well as Accompanist and one of the characters! A very talented woman. She will be missed. ❤️ Pam
Condolence From: Cheryl Perkins, Pataskala, Ohio
Condolence: My family grew up 2 doors down from Ron and Nancy and the kids. She was a very talented Piano player. She taught me for 9 years. She will be greatly missed. RIP Nancy ❤️
Condolence From: Bev PETTIT, HILLIARD, Ohio
Condolence: Dear, dear Nancy......what a blessing to have had her as friend, director, example, performer, ....that sense of humor, her musicianship ..... oh, yes ! ....a very special lady who will live on in our treasured memories. My sincere condolences to Ron and family, and to all who have those treasured and lasting memories of, and with Nancy. Bev Pettit
Condolence From: Lenae Rowland, Leander, TX
Condolence: Nancy was my aunt and she was a fabulous person! So warm and kind; always. I loved her laugh and always at the ready smile. Her talent was unmatched; I always aspired to be even half that! She will be missed greatly. All my love to the family.
Condolence From: Sheena Berger, Norwalk, Ohio
Condolence: Aunt Nancy, you were always so wonderful to be around, I'll cherish every moment. Payers to Uncle Ron and my dear cousins.
With Love, Rick Berger Yougest Daughter,
Sheena Berger and two kids Nina and Evan
Condolence From: Julia Hennacy- Montgomery, Cape Coral, Florida
Condolence: Nancy was a sweet and loving woman- Ron I am so sorry for you and your family- God bless - Julie
Condolence From: Penny Ullom Woehle, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Got to know Mrs. Nocks after years of being involved with Mr. Nocks high school theater and Thespian group. Also went to New York a couple of times with her and she taught my brother Tom piano. She was a warm, sweet, talented woman and fun to be with. My deepest sympathy to Mr. Nocks and her children. Sincerely, Penny Ullom Woehle
Condolence From: Tracey Justus Mardis, Columbus, OH
Condolence: I first met Nancy when i took piano lessons at their home at the age of 9. I never became a great pianist, as she certainly was, but she helped foster a love of music and dedication. When i was a Junior at Westerville South, she tapped me to play Tuba in the Columbus Theater production of Chicago. I was thrilled! I always had a deep, love for Nancy. She was always smiling and always had a kind word. She will be sorely missed. God bless the Nocks family.
Condolence From: Richard Doll, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: My condolences to Ron, Robin, Chris and families. Nancy was an inspiration in whatever she chose to do. Her leadership with the Westerville Song Spinners is another example. Nancy will be dearly missed but never forgotten. Most Sincerely, Richard Doll