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Nancy Gail Maslowski, of Thorp, WI, passed away March 24, 2022, at Saint Luke’s Hospice House in Kansas City, MO. Nancy was born in Stanley, WI, to Edward and Shirley Maslowski of Thorp; and was a graduate of Thorp High School class of 1974.
She was extremely proud of her son Mike who played in the NFL for the Kansas City Chiefs and of his wife Heidi and her three amazing grandchildren Tyler (16), Brock (14) and Reese (12).
Nancy was the caregiver within the family and in the human resource jobs she held. She always put others’ needs before her own; often being the employee who was first to arrive and the last one to turn the lights off in the office. She spent many years living in Southern California before moving back to Thorp in 2007 to help her mom and dad sell the antique business they owned.
When Nancy did take time for herself, she loved to hang-out with the family and she especially loved to travel, read and play pool on Thursday night in a league in Withee. Some of her adventures took her to Venice, Italy; Paris, France; Hawaii, Alaska and many other beautiful places around the globe. She made these lifetime trips with her siblings and some of her long-time friends Lill Gaimari, Jim Medina and Rick Brown from the Los Angeles area.
Nancy, 66, was preceded in death by her parents Edward and Shirley Maslowski, her grandparents Chester and Leona Moen and John and Helen Maslowski and brother-in-law Keith Seaman. She is survived by her only son Mike Maslowski (Heidi; Tyler, Brock and Reese) of Leawood, KS; siblings Jean Emery of Thorp, WI; Ramona Offord (Arlen; Jesse, Jodi, Jordan and Josie Smith; Albert, Brandi, Carter and Dawson Smith; Jamie and Johnny Sweda; and Mitch, Kelly, Clayton and Macy Jo Offord) of Withee, WI; Sally Seaman (Keith; Carmen, Brian, Thomas, Jack and Ethan Abramczak; and Luke Seaman) of Thorp, WI; Sue Leonard of Eau Claire, WI; and Charlie Maslowski of Thorp, WI.
We hope Nancy is at peace and is beating dad and Keith at billiards and enjoying a good book with mom and her aunt Janice who all loved to read. No public memorial service will be held as Nancy will be laid to rest in a small family service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Thorp Food Pantry or to the American Cancer Society. Thank you to all who reminded Nancy of how much she was cared for.