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Nancy Sexton

In Loving Memory

Sexton, Nancy Ann Marie (nee: Stockmann)

July 22, 1947 - March 15, 2024

Fortified with the sacraments of Holy Mother Church, our beloved mother, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and friend Nancy Ann Marie Sexton (nee Stockmann) passed away peacefully at home in St.Louis, Missouri surrounded by family on March 15, 2024 at the age of 76.

Nancy left behind a legacy of love for her family and is survived by her children, Mark (Karen), Matt and Keith; siblings John (Dora), Tom (Bonnie), Carol Sykora (Dave), Judi Stroud, and Richard; grandchildren Delaney Moloney (Nick), Alex Ford, Sydney Flores (Manfredo), Faith Wright, Emily, Jacob and great grandchild, Carter..

She is welcomed into heaven by her husband Guy (Ronnie) Sexton, her parents Frank and Mary, and her sibling, Mary Kay Pursley, a brother-in-law and a nephew.

Nancy was a registered nurse for 37 years, primarily at Incarnate Word Hospital and later at St. Joseph’s Hospital of Kirkwood.  She always shared her thoughts freely and loved to spoil her grandchildren. She was a longtime parishioner of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church.

Services: Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON Chapel on Wednesday, March 20th at 4:00pm – 8:00pm with funeral services on Thursday March 21st at 10:00am at the KUTIS AFFTON Chapel and interment at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery to follow at 11:15am.


5 thoughts on “Sexton, Nancy Ann Marie (nee: Stockmann)”

  1. I was sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. I worked with her at IWH for many years. She was a wonderful nurse, with a great sense of humor and will be missed by many.I ran into her at Bayers garden shop several years ago and she had a big smile,,while were talking and shopping for flowers

  2. I worked with Nancy at Incarnate Word. She was a great nurse and mentor for the next generation of nurses starting at IWH. She had a wonderful sense of humor, and we will miss her at our reunions. So sorry for your loss.

  3. Love you, Aunt Nancy! You could always make me smile and your generous encouragement is a treasure I’ll carry forever. 🤍

  4. Nancy was a dear friend and neighbor. She always made me laugh! We would stand at our back yard fence and talk for ever. We watched our kids grow. Attended their graduations, weddings and lots of events through the years. I will really miss her. I have comfort in knowing that she has been reunited with Guy (such a wonderful guy) and her best friend Sue. Love you Nancy!

  5. Thank you Nancy for your support, encouragement, friendship and sense of fun. This old new nurse will never forget you or your kindnesses. Love to your family.
    Pati Forrest IWH years ago xoxo


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