In Memory

William J. "Bill" Nance

William J. Bill Nance

Bill Nance, 54, died at Swedish Medical Center on Sept. 3, 2005 of brain cancer. He was born to Richard and Marjorie Nance on July 4, 1951.

Bill graduated from Napa High School, then attended Napa Junior College where he received his training as a respiratory therapist. He worked at Queen of the Valley Hospital in the Intensive Coronary Care Unit for five years where he met Debbie Brisbon.

They married in 1978 and moved to Sandpoint, Idaho. He was employed at Bonner General Hospital as a respiratory therapist for 22 years before moving to Seattle, Wash.
He was preceded in death by his father, Richard Nance.

Bill is survived by his daughter, Lindsay Nance; son, Jordan Nance; his mother, Marjorie Nance; his former wife and best friend, Debbie Nance; a sister, Betty (John) Wood and several nieces and nephews.



 
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06/01/09 12:39 PM #1    

Jennifer G. Brimhall (Howeth)

I remember Bill as a handsome, nice guy. Sounds like he lived a good life and left loved ones who will remember him well. Even us high schoolers will remember him and his family and keep them in our prayers.

Jenny

06/13/09 11:09 AM #2    

Patricia Ackerman

I was saddened to hear of the loss of Bill. I remember Bill as a dear, sweet, funny guy. We went to Senior Prom together and had a wonderful time. A perfect gentleman and friend.

08/25/09 04:55 PM #3    

Brenda L. Robie (Rose)

Bill was a good friend of my husband Garyand I.
We did some really fun and crazy things with Bill. I remember one night a bunch of us jumped in his green pannel truck. Anyone remember that crazy truck. Anyway we headed to San Francisco to see the Doors play. That was such a great night! He was so funny, it is a wonder we even got home in one piece. His parents were so nice to all of us too. We had some wonderful times at their home. We were so sorry to hear of his passing. and pray his family are doing well. We hold our many memories close to our hearts, where we can enjoy them at a moments notice. Thanks Bill for adding to our lives>

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