Nancy E. Moe
Sunday, April 15, 1951
Date of Death:
Saturday, October 21, 2017
66 years old
Nancy E. Moe
Nancy Elizabeth Moe, 66, of Kasson MN, passed away on Saturday, October 21, 2017, at her home surrounded by her loving family after a courageous battle with cancer.
Nancy was born on April 15, 1951 and grew up in Lake City, MN. She graduated from Lake City High School in 1969 and began her first job waitressing. It was while she was waitressing that she met Glen Moe, whom she would later marry. She then went to school for Nursing Assistant and became employed by Mayo Clinic. Nancy worked for Mayo Clinic for 37 years at which time she then retired. Nancy was happily married to Glen for 41 years, during that time they welcomed two sons. She enjoyed cooking, baking, gardening and flowers. Nancy also, enjoyed watching and reading murder mystery novels and movies, traveling, birds and spending time with family, including spoiling her grandchildren.
Nancy is survived by her husband, Glen Moe; sons, Shane (Bridget) Moe of Kasson, MN, Cory Moe of Kasson MN; sister, Sue (John) Halling of Winona, MN; 3 grandchildren, Karina, Grayson and Gavin Moe and many nieces, nephews and other family.
She is preceded in death by her parents.
A time of visitation will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at South Zumbro Lutheran Church, Kasson, MN; there will be a service and luncheon to follow.
The family of Nancy E. Moe has received the following condolences.
I had the opportunity to share time with Nancy while working in Transfusion Medicine (Blood Bank). She brought warmth and sunshine to any room and carried with her a contagious smile. I am lucky to have shared time with her.
Pam Mickelson (Swenke)
Nancy always had a smile, a laugh and a kind word to everyone she encountered. She was kind and caring. The world will miss her and the way she lit up a room! I enjoyed working with Nancy and am so very sad that she has left us. Take care.
Glen, Cory, and Shane
Jeanne and I extend our deepest sympathy for your loss. We are so sorry that we will not be able to attend the visitation or funeral as we will be out-of-state.
I worked with Nan for over 20 years in the blood bank; she was a hard and committed worker. But she was more than that. She was a friend and soul mate. We shared many laughs, Black Crows licorice, love of gardening, and her home made goodies (especially her mini pecan pies and her pfeffernusse!). Occasionally, she would come back to my office, let off some steam and tears regarding something at work that bothered her.
Nan's last day of radiation was Jeanne's 1st day. I am so very glad that we were there to see her laugh and smile as the end-of-treatment bell was rung. She was a fighter and as she would say "a tough old bird".
I will always remember her quick smiles and infectious laugh.