In Memory

Nancy Aimes (Mayo)

Nancy Aimes (Mayo)

Sadly I am here to let the class know that your friend and mine Nancy Aimes (Mayo)

Passed away yesterday April 5, 2020 of natural causes.

I am talking with her husband Mark and as obituary's and services become known I will update this notice and send a notification email to the class.

So Long Nancy...Beep Beep

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04/10/20 03:54 PM #20    

Beth Ertz

Oh, I'm heartbroken. Nancy was responsible for bringing so many of us back together at our fabulous reunions, for which I'm so very grateful.  I haven't kept in close touch with many of you, but you, and HHS are a large part of my foundation.  I felt as Mark said he did at 10 years old.......when I first saw Nancy, at Jefferson Junior High, I was in awe of her and too shy to say hello.  Years later I got to know and love her as we discussed plans for the reunions. Thank you, Cissy, for sharing your memories and the precious pic of Nancy with your little Duchess.  Love and comfort to you, Mark.

04/11/20 10:55 AM #21    

Harold Lavender

So sorry to hear about Nancy.  I remember her friendliness and her effervescent personality.  One day (in the 80's I think) I got a page while I was trading on the floor of the CBOT that I had a visitor.  When I got to the guard desk there was Nancy.  From the visitor's gallery she had seen (heard?) me trading and decided to say hello.  We had a quick visit--and I appreciated her reaching out. RIP.

04/11/20 12:32 PM #22    

Karon Spence (Boutz)

So sorry for Mark and all extended family and friends.  I know this last stretch has been a hard one.  Nancy told me, at the reunion, that she had her 7th heart attack just three months earlier.  Thank you, Cissy, for your remembrance.  My first thought when I heard the sad news, was that Nancy might have had to go to the hospital, and in many cases, even family cannot visit.  For Nancy's sake, I am so glad that was not the case, but the current situation means that family and friends cannot gather to comfort each other in the normal way.  At such a hard time, it is now even harder for those left behind.

04/11/20 03:13 PM #23    

Joanne Moses (Bagley)

I would like to add a thank you to Cissy for your remembrances, and to Karen for the picture to remind us of our classmates who so often entertained us and that so many loved to see dance. 

04/11/20 04:57 PM #24    

Sid Richardson (Foster)

So very sorry to hear about Nancy.  Words I think of to describe her are vibrant enthusiastic, friendly, kind, caring, involved, conscientious, cute, energetic and fun-loving to just name a few.  At our 50th I remember her as being instrumental in planning and executing the events along with others and working hard to be sure everyone was taken care of and having a good time.  I'm praying for extra peace and comfort for you Mark in losing Nancy during this especially difficult time due to COVID-19.

04/12/20 12:29 PM #25    

Victor Gabrielle

I am so sorry to hear of Nancy's passing. My conddolences to Mark, family, and friends.

Vic Gabrielle

04/13/20 07:01 AM #26    

Sandra Sorey (Lambley)

"Angels around you and yours". So glad Craig and I got to visit with Nancy and Mark at the 50th.

04/14/20 10:29 AM #27    

Carol McElvaney (Skaggs)

Nancy was an important part of the Class of '64.  She will be missed by all who knew her.  Her contribution to all of us will be remembered.  She was such a good person.  To Mark and her family, I hope that all your wonderful memories will ease the pain of parting.  She left the world a better place. RIP

04/20/20 12:28 PM #28    

John Thorson

Nancy . . . Kind, unassuming yet outstanding. Our student body is diminished but our fond memories are not.

05/01/20 12:36 PM #29    

Bobby Gallegos

Nancy was a delightful person and her absence will be felt.  Our condolences to you Mark and the rest of her family.  Thank you Nancy and others for getting us together for our 50th class reunion. 

Cyndy and Bobby Gallegos

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