Nancy Jean Jennaway


Nancy Jean Jennaway


Nancy Jennaway

The angels came and our sweet Nancy was welcomed into heaven by Jesus; her mother and father, Morris and Virginia Jennaway; grandparents; and numerous aunts and uncles.

Nancy Jean Jennaway was born on Sept. 15, 1953, in Melstone. She passed away Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at Sunflower Gardens in Roundup. Nancy lived in Billings and worked through Supported Living at the Sheltered Workshop and worked at the Comfort Inn for 15 years. She made too many friends to count and never forgot meeting anyone. She participated for many years in the Special Olympics. She enjoyed bowling, swimming and basketball. She moved to Roundup in 2017 to live at Sunflower Gardens and to be near family.

Some of Nancy’s favorite things are cats, stickers, Tom and Jerry and Scooby Doo, drawing and coloring pictures for others.

She is survived by her siblings, Brenda Vescovi (Joe) of Roundup, Charley Jennaway (Becky) of Melstone and Kelly Jennaway of Bozeman; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Nancy was such a kind and good soul. May she rest in peace in the arms of Jesus.

Cremation has taken place and burial will be in the Melstone Cemetery on Sept. 15, along with a celebration Nancy’s life.

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3 thoughts on “Nancy Jean Jennaway”

  1. Brenda Vincelette

    Rest easy Nancy,you are dancing with the angels! I am so blessed to have met you at prairie towers ,loved cooking for you ! Brenda Vincelette

  2. Dear Brenda and family,
    I am so shocked to hear of Nancy’s passing. What a treasure she was so loving and kind. As her job coach she was always so hardworking and dependable. She always smiled and had such a gentle nature. I wished I could have seen her again she always made you feel so good. As a sister, Brenda you were always there for her and seen that she had what she needed. She was proud of her family and spoke of you often. Her love for her cats was always a major concern of hers and you seen that she had that need fulfilled. I hope to let Brian know of her passing as her boss he loved her too! I was honored to know her and see first hand the truly wonderful person she was and all the qualities she had. Go in peace sweet, Nancy. You will be loved and remembered.
    Judy Coles

  3. Brenda, Charlie and Kelly and families. I just read of Nancy’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss. I remember her so well from my days in Melstone, and enjoyed seeing her at Special Olympics when I attended them to see my son. Sincerest thoughts and prayers to you all. Derinda Upchurch Hazelton

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