Nancy L. (Kleinkort) Stuckert

April 11, 1936 ‒ September 01, 2017

Fredericktown, Ohio

Nancy L. (Kleinkort) Stuckert, age 81, of Fredericktown passed away on Friday, September 1, 2017 at the Laurels of Mount Vernon.

She was born on April 11, 1936 to the late Ralph and Addie Bell (Rolland) LeFever. Nancy was employed as a computer data processor at the Knox Community Hospital from which she retired. She was a member of the Fredericktown United Methodist Church.

Nancy is survived by her two sons, Jeff (Cheryl) Shoemaker, Mike Shoemaker; her daughter Lori Ann Shoemaker; two grandchildren, Jennifer Shoemaker-Ghildyal, Christopher Shoemaker; her great granddaughter Mia Ghildyl; her sister Marilyn Mullin; her nephews David Mullin, Mark (Deb) Mullin; and several great nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Nancy was preceded in death by her husband Richard Stuckert.

Friends may call on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5-7PM at the Fredericktown United Methodist Church. A graveside service will be held on Thursday beginning at 11AM at Forest Cemetery in Fredericktown with Rev. Richard Hasley officiating.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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  • Soo sorry to learn of the passing of another one of my classmates. I stayed at her house on Columbus Road many times and hung out with her quite a bit. I don’t think I ever saw her without a smile. She was fun to be around and I will miss her. Remembering the good times. Hugs and prayers for you for peace and comfort in the days ahead.

  • Dear Lori, Marilyn and Nancy’s Entire Family —- So sorry to read about Nancy’s death. We are sending you our deepest sympathy and friendship. Sincerely, Susan and Dick Huggins/Fredericktown

  • What a tremendous lady that I had the pleasure of knowing. I first met Nancy @ our place of employment. We instantly became friends…a friendship that I valued to this day. After her retirement we still had the pleasure of getting together for short visits over a meal and coffee. She always had a great story to share that brought a smile to my face. Sending prayers to the family during this sad time.