Nancy Ellen Long

August 23, 1950 — December 29, 2014

Nancy Ellen Long

Nancy Long passed away at St.Mark's hospital in Salt Lake City Utah due to heart complications.  She was born to Richard Lee Peart and Henryetta Christine Peart on August 23,1950 in Salt Lake City, UT. She is one of eight children.
On June 6th,1968 Nancy was married to Vernal Joe Long in Kemmerer, Wy. From this marriage there were four children born Wilbur Lee, Brandy Ann Christiansen(husband Terry), Christal Lynn (husband Jason Bills) Dallas Joe (Wife Allison).

Nancy and vernal made there home in Kemmerer Area, She worked many years finishing her work career as a warehouseman at  Exxon Shutte creek, she was permanently disabled for an aneurism which blessed the family to have her home as a home maker for the rest of her life.
Nancy Loved spending time with her Husband of 46.5 years, children and 8 grandkids. A major love in her life was bowling. She spent her time having coffee with loved family and friends. She did her best to take care of her mother and aunt Carrie. Whenever asked by anyone how she was her response was always the same I'm so Grand I can't Believe it.

She will be Joining her father Richard, son Wilbur, brother Richie, Sister Peggy.

She is leaving behind Husband Vernal, Mother Christina,  Children Brandy(Terry)Christiansen, Christal (Jason) Bills, Dallas (Allison) Long, Grand Children, Mariah & Seth Bills, Lane& Ashlee Snively, Dallas, Gage & Carter Long, And Terry Lee Christiansen.  Brothers George (Lucy) Peart, Steve (Magil) Peart, Sisters Linda Sjoberg, Patricia Peart, Paula (Perry) Fagnant,. Many Step Grandchildren, Nieces, Nephews, loved ones and Countless friends.

Services Will be held at LDS church 1767 Del Rio Dr. on Saturday January3rd,2015. At 12o'clock. A meal for everyone is to follow.
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