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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Celebration of Life Event Planned

We are going to hold a Celebration of Nancy's Life:
  • March 16, 1:00 PM
  • Polliwog Park, Manhattan Beach (Amphitheater - parking is a bit limited, but there are a few parking lots and street parking surrounding the park)
  • Light refreshments will be provided.
    This event is a private reservation and is not endorsed or sponsored by the City of Manhattan Beach.


  1. First of all, I don't know what the deal with the first two comments. They are unrelated and inappropriate for this page.

    I would like to attend Nancy's Celebration of life. I don't know the family, but I have been following this story from the beginning and would like to give my regards. Should I bring something? Are donations needed? I would like to contribute in some way, if possible.

    1. Sorry, I was behind in the "clean up" of the comments ... nice of folks to spam any blog that is out there.

      You are welcome to come. You do not need to bring anything.

  2. I’ve been following this since she went missing and I saw the flyers. I’m sorry to hear of her passing but I hope this brings some peace of mind in some way. I know she’s in a better place and appreciates all your efforts to find her. Wishing your family all the best.

  3. I am so sad to hear the sad resolution of your search. My heart goes out to you and all Nancy’s family and many friends. I am in DC and cannot attend but will be thinking of you all as you celebrate Nancy’s life. I was her dorm RA her freshman year in college and remember her friendly, sweet, humble personality and her stellar freshman grades (which she of course did not reveal - it was her roomie or suitemate who told me). I was thus not surprised to read years later about the university-wide award she received upon graduation. Smart, sweet gal. Well-liked in our dorm, remembered fondly. Jeanette Hantke