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Nancy Sewester

In Loving Memory

Sewester, Nancy Eleanor (nee Martin)

October 21, 1937 - November 20, 2023


Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Monday November 20, 2023.

Beloved wife of the late William E. Sewester; loving mother of  Bill (Marti) Sewester, Mary (Daniel) Underwood, Ed (Suzanne), John (Karen) and Jim (Debbie) Sewester, Sue (Raymond, Jr.) Weber, Bob (Leslie) Sewester, Nancy H. (Pat) Dolan and Joan (Phil) Rose; dear grandmother of Katie, Hannah, Lynn, Michael, Justine, Jacqueline (Justin), Gabrielle, Kimberlee, Garrett, Molly, Ryan, Ally, Ray, Brandon, Leah, Patrick, Brenden, Tyler and Payge; dear great-grandmother of McKaylee; dear sister of the late Robert Martin and Betty Meyerhoff; dear aunt, cousin and friend.

Services; Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois, Saturday November 25 9:15 AM to St Mary Magdalen Catholic Church (Kingshighway and Bancroft) for 10:00 AM mass. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Memorials to Missouri Society for the Blind or the American Diabetes Association appreciated. Visitation Friday 4:00-9:00 PM.


10 thoughts on “Sewester, Nancy Eleanor (nee Martin)”

  1. We are so sorry for your families loss. Our prayers are with you, John and Karen Sewester, and family. Love Ronda, Andy and the kids.

  2. Our prayers are with the entire Sewester family. May your memories and God’s healing presence comfort you during this time. Lisa and Allison Muenster

  3. Nancy, I’m so sorry for you and your family for the loss of your mother. I pray that God continues to comfort you and your family during this time.

  4. I am so sorry for your loss. So many memories of both Bill and Nancy at St. Mary Magdalen. Volunteering together at many functions. Some of our children going to school together. Nancy carrying on after Bill’s passing. She was always available. It was good when Nancy was there. Miss her.
    Our sympathies on her passing.
    Mr. and Mrs. Potje

  5. My mom (Fran Kostelnik OLOL resident) and I send our sympathies. She would be at 1100 coffee every morning. Always fun to talk with. Prayers for Nancy and family.

  6. I am so sorry I could not attend the wake or funeral Mass. My thoughts and prayers for Nancy and family. We had a lot of good times on Sutherland and all our special friends at SMM.
    Sue Fagan

  7. Jerry Eichorn just told me of your mom’s passing. I sure wish I could’ve made the visitation or Mass. I have many fond memories of growing up across the alley from your family. I remember your grandma’s circus peanuts. Yuck!

    Your dad was always helpful and willing to share his knowledge of cars or house repairs. May they rejoice in Heaven.

  8. So sorry to hear of her passing. Your mom and dad were friends of my mom/dad back in the days. Your mom lead a courageous battle with diabetes, as I recall. May she be at peace at this time and hope all your memories bring you comfort.

  9. Nancy was a great person and was always willing to help with school events. I appreciated her support when I taught her children and admired how she always found a way to put her family first.


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