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01/21/1952 — 01/25/2022
From West Richland, WA | Born in Sacramento, CAWatch Service Watch Graveside Service
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Nancy McLeod was born Nancy Lee Livingston on January 21, 1952 in Sacramento, CA to Melba and H.P. Livingston. Nancy died January 25, 2022 at her home in West Richland, WA.
Nancy strongly believed in serving her country. She was in WAC, Army, Washington State Army National Guard and the National Reserves. Nancy was a police officer for over 20 years including being a reserve officer for the City of West Richland. She worked as an Associate City Planner for West Richland for 10 years before retiring to become a stay at home housewife to her last husband, Bruce McLeod in 2003.
Nancy got to live out her dream of racing cars by racing for a few years at Tri City Raceway. Car 54 was Nancy’s car. Even after retiring Nancy still served her country by becoming a VFW life member. She served as a Post Commander, Honor Guard member, District 17 Chaplain and State Honor Guard member.
Nancy was preceded in death by both of her parents and her sister, Janet. Nancy is survived by her daughter, Shauna Dancer and her grandkids Kallen and Keara.
I was so saddened by the news of your passing. It was a blessing to have known you. Rest is sweet peace, friend.
Beautiful meaningful service. A tribute to to the wonderful person I was fortunate to have as a sister-in-law.
Grateful for opportunity to attend at a distance.
Thank you. And may God bless
You will be missed Aunty Nancy. We love you!
Been a good friend for too many years, will miss you, We had some fun times, trying to keep you away from bees in the patrol car in line for funeral. Chasing a horse running down main street pulling a lawn chair. Just a few of the interesting times. Thank You
You were a wonderful listener, you cared, and gave great advice. I have missed you.
Rest in peace old friend.
I am very grateful to have had my grandma in my life. She was a strong influence to me and was there during some of my most trying times. Even if she didn’t realize it she helped me with some of my hardest life choices, that has made me who I am today. I will always love you and miss you.
I miss you dearly. You were my best friend, my confidante, my District Chaplain and my Comrade at VFW WA State conventions and functions. I admired and respected you for all your accomplishments in life. You had my back and I had yours.
So sorry for the loss of Nancy, she was veteran looking out for other veterans. I met her at a funeral for a mutual friend. What nice person. Your watch is over now Nancy you can do what you want.