BLANCHARD-MOORE, Nancy Marie
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Nancy Marie Blanchard-Moore, 52, was born March 3, 1961 in St Joseph, MI. She unexpectedly entered into rest July 26, 2013 in Marietta, Georgia. A memorial service was held at the Woodstock Funeral Home, 8855 Main Street, Woodstock, Georgia, on Sunday, July 28, 2013. You can visit their website at http://www.woodstock funeralhome.com to sign her guest book or share a memory. Nancy has been cremated and, as soon as all arrangements can be made her final internment will be at Riverview Cemetery, 2925 Niles Rd, St Joseph, MI. Nancy graduated from Lake Michigan Catholic High School in 1979, & later from the Twin City Beauty College. In 1984, Nancy followed Mary (her sister & best friend) to Atlanta, Georgia to begin a new life there. Nancy worked in many restaurants in the Atlanta area. While working at one of these restaurants she met Steven Moore & they married in December of 1994. Nancy was a wonderful mother. She gave much time, love & understanding to all of her children. She was involved in their sports & school activities. As a Georgia foster parent, while taking in foster children, she fell in love with one of the children. That led to the adoption of her daughter Michelle. Nancy is survived by her parents, Ron & Joy Blanchard of St Joseph, MI; husband, Steven Moore; son, Matthew; daughter, Marie of Woodstock, Georgia; daughter Michelle (James) McBee & 5 grandchildren; Annabelle, Elizabeth, Joseph, Johnnie, & Penelope, of Powder Springs, Georgia; brothers, James (Kathleen) Blanchard of Coloma, MI, Gregg (Kim) Blanchard of Stevensville, MI; sister, Mary (Johnnie) Price of Villa Rica, Georgia; several nieces, nephews, cousins & other extended family. Memorials, in Nancy’s name, may be made to Lake Michigan Catholic Schools, 915 Pleasant St, St Joseph, MI 49085.

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Uncle Richard
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September 01, 2013
Nancy had a voice that was different. I always felt better while talking to her. Not because of the sound of her voice but because of her attitude. She touched so many live in many ways that she probably never knew. I miss her very much.
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