Obituary: Nancy Neumiller


December 26, 2022

Nancy Neumiller

Nancy Neumiller

Nancy Kay Neumiller, 70, passed away peacefully in her sleep at home on December 17, 2022.

Nancy's visitation was on Monday, December 26, 2022, at 9:30 a.m., followed by a funeral service at 10:30 a.m., all at Evans Funeral Home, Carrington, N.D., with Rev. Richard Biberdorf officiating. Music was recorded music: "Amazing Grace," "In the Garden" and "How Great Thou Art." Her burial will be at the Sykeston Cemetery in the Spring.

Honorary pallbearers were Kaylee Neumiller, Caden Neumiller, Madelyn Neumiller and Nancy's family and close friends.

Nancy was born April 10, 1952, to Matthew and Agnes Jenny in Harvey, N.D., and was the oldest of two children. Nancy lived in Fessenden until she graduated from high school in 1970. She then attended NDSCS in Wahpeton, N.D.

Nancy married Douglas Neumiller of Sykeston, N.D., in Camden, Mo., on July 10, 1974. They made their home in Fargo and their first son Drew, was born in 1978. Their second son, Chad, was born in 1981. The family moved to Carrington, N.D., in 1983 and later to a farmstead north of Heaton, N.D., for a short time. They then moved into Sykeston, N.D., after purchasing the Dairy Inn Cafe and have lived there since.

She then worked as a CNA at the 4th Corporation in Carrington and then at the North Dakota State Hospital for 10 years while her boys were in school. She then went on to work independently as an in-home aid before retiring.

Nancy was an avid reader, enjoyed flower gardening, was a lover of dogs and spoiled her three grandchildren. She looked forward to spending time with them whenever possible.

Nancy is survived by her husband Doug of Sykeston; son, Drew (Lisa) of West Fargo; daughter-in-law Jennifer of Bismarck; brother, Michael and three grandchildren, Kaylee, Caden and Madelyn.

Nancy was preceded in death by her parents, son Chad and in-laws Paul and Edna Neumiller.

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