Holmquist, NancyNancy E. Holmquist age 56 of Eagle passed away after a long, courageous battle against pancreatic cancer on May 23, 2017.  She was born July 27, 1960 in Columbia, Missouri to Phillip and Helen (Royse) Webber.  Nancy was the Clinical Director at Voices of Hope.  She received her undergraduate and master’s degree from Doane College.  Nancy had a very artistic, eclectic mind that she used in her graphic art, photography, painting and so much more.

Survivors include her husband, Bart Holmquist of Eagle, Nebraska, her sons and daughters-in-law Jacob and Katie Lind, Zachery and Renae Lind all of Lincoln.  Granddaugher, Cici.  Mother, Helen Webber of Lincoln, Sister and brother-in-law, Marsha and Fred Wagner of Walton, brother and sister-in-law, Curt and Julie Webber of Seward.  Step-daughter and spouse, Kara Holmquist and Kiko Bracker and their daughter, Story of Needham, Massachusetts.   Step-son and spouse, Brett and Carrie Holmquist and their children Grant and Avery of Thousand Oaks, California.  Nieces, nephews, cousins and many loving friends.

Private family celebration of life service will be held at a later date.  No viewing or visitation.  Cremation.

Memorials to Voices of Hope in Nancy’s memory.

5 Responses to Nancy E. Holmquist

  1. roni faida says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. This scripture gives me comfort in distressing times like this. It’s found at Revelation 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

    May your God bring you comfort in this very difficult time.

  2. Deborah Ehlers says:

    Nancy. – my homie, my friend, you will be missed. Resolute and brave you tackled your disease with grace and courage. I’ll forever miss your laugh and your wicked humour. Definitely one of a kind you were!
    Condolences to your loving family from all of us in Seattle, Deborah, Mario, Hannah, Paul, and Thomas.
    RIP till we meet again.

  3. Elsa LaBaw says:

    “The pain now, was the joy, then…that’s the deal.” C.S. Lewis
    Rest from your ordeal, Nancy. You are loved by all who were blessed to know you.
    To your family, be like her and your lives will be full.

  4. Karla Kassik says:

    Nancy helped me through the darkest time
    I’m my life and I will be
    Grateful forever! Prayers to her Family and Friends! She was a special person

  5. Debi says:

    Another beautiful soul, gone way too soon. Love and light to all of the family.

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