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December 26, 1927 - March 16, 2011
Nancy Gayle Milster was born December 26, 1927 in De Soto, MO. She was the daughter of John Wintha Sr. and Helen Bessie Gertrude (Uhlmann) Dickey. She died on March 16, 2011 at the John Knox Village Hospice House in Lee’s Summit, MO at the age of 83 years 2 months 18 days. She is survived by her three sons, Percy Ferman (Kathryn) Milster, Jr., Iowa City, IA, John David (Judy Mackenzie) Milster, Prescott, AZ, Thomas Dean (Carola) Milster, Tucson, AZ; one daughter, Rebekah (Jim) McMillin, Sibley, MO; 11 grandchildren, Elizabeth Gayle Milster, Ellen Marie Davis, Sarah June Dresden, Melissa Ann McMillin, Lara Jane Roach, James Charles McMillin, John David Milster, Jr., Sarah Christina Huck, Kristian Thomas Milster, Staci Nicole Milster, and Mikal Patrick Milster; 6 great-grandchildren, Dakota Lynn Dresden, Anthony James Allen Dresden, Seth Nathaniel Huck, Emma Makayla Huck, Micah Joseph Roach, Jaxson James McMillin; nieces and nephews, John Partridge, Ann Partrdige Dill, George Dickey, Mary Beth Sullivan, Jim Dickey, and Pat Dickey; cousins, Nancy Ann Ream, H.C. Fincher, Earl Roberts, and Gloria Maddox; sister-in-laws, Dorothy Milster and Clara Milster of St. Louis, MO. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Percy Ferman Milster, Sr. who died in May of 2003; one daughter, Constance; brother, Alfred Dickey, and sister Georgian Dickey Partridge. Nancy belonged to the United Methodist Women (Past President); Nevada Wranglers Horse Club (Past President); Dual Member Order of Eastern Star Nevada Chapter 53 (Past Worthy Matron), Clinton Chapter 73; The White Shrine of Jerusalem No. 16; Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club of Nevada; Charter member and past president of the Soroptimist International Club of Nevada; Elizabeth Carey Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution and Past Regent; Member War of 1812-James Kearney Chapter; Beta Sigma Phi Soroity-Nevada; Daughters of American Colonist; and Red Hat Society. Nancy graduated from De Soto High School in 1945. She was also a member of the Nevada United Methodist Church and Clinton United Methodist Church.
Memorials may be given to the Village House Hospice, a John Knox Village service, 600 NW Pryor, Lee’s Summit, MO 64081.