Nancy Lynne Fidler
1966 - 2021
Fidler, Nancy Lynne

In the early morning hours of Saturday, October 23, 2021, Nancy Lynne Fidler (nee Nelson) gained her teal wings after a long battle with ovarian cancer. An avid Christ follower, she dedicated her time and effort to her work at Grace Lutheran Church where she headed the children's ministry. Born May 16th, 1966, in Chicago, II, to Norman and Anita Nelson, Nancy is pre-deceased by her parents, and younger sister, Linda. She is survived by her son James (Hannah), and Alicia (Brad), and her 5 grandsons: Joshua, Charles, Anthony, Oliver and Jeremy. She is also survived by her sister Jennine (Dennis), and many other cherished relatives. Services will be held at Grace Lutheran Church of Streamwood, Illinois at 10:30 am on Saturday, November 20th

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Published by Chicago Sun-Times on Nov. 16, 2021.
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You were and always will be our favorite waitress at any restaurant.
Charles King
November 17, 2021
Jim and family, Your mom was one of the first people to greet us when we arrived to work with the youth group at Grace. She was always willing to help with anything we asked and was so supportive of not only us, but of all the kids in the youth group. We kept in touch on and off through the years and she was always proud to tell us how you, and later your family, were doing. Please accept our deepest sympathies on the loss of your mom. Paul and I both look forward to seeing her again in heaven one day. God's blessings to your family and all those who loved her.
Paul & Jessica Benning
November 16, 2021
Though we never met, we were bound by a supportive, strong, sincere group of women known as Teal Warrior Princesses in a ovarian cancer group formed by Denise. It was a pleasure to read Nancy's facebook posts and keep in touch!! She was definitely an inspiration to us all and watches over us all now. God bless her and comfort her family and friends during this time!!
Debbie Monroe
November 16, 2021
My sincere condolences to Nancy's family. You all meant the world to her. She was such a ray of sunshine & she was tough! I'm proud of her for making it home in time to have Thanksgiving with King Jesus.
Shannon Kennimer Hyde
November 16, 2021
The Sanfilippo Family
November 16, 2021
Nancy will be missed by so many. I met Nancy at Grace Lutheran Church. I followed her ovarian cancer updates every day.. She was a very brave and special women. Rest in peace Nancy, and I am so happy you are no longer in pain..
Candy Bussell
November 16, 2021
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