Nancy Allred

March 5 1952
August 22 2023

In the gentle embrace of eternity, Nancy Lea Allred, aged 71, found her peaceful rest on August 22, 2023. Born under the Californian sun in Oceanside on March 5, 1952, Nancy’s journey brought her to Price, Utah in her formative years, where she became an emblem of resilience and love, graduating from Carbon High School. While life’s paths led her to two unions, with Raymond Hansen and later Frank Allred, it was her unwavering spirit that remained her true north.

In her professional life, Nancy showcased her dedication from the grand halls of the Utah State Capitol to the local byways of Price, serving both the Utah Drivers License Division and the Utah Highway Patrol dispatch. She continued to offer her meticulous skills at Office Etc., culminating a career filled with diligence and commitment.

Deeply rooted in her faith, Nancy served The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, especially in the Relief Society. She found solace in aiding others, especially when they were navigating the pain of loss. The threads of Nancy’s life intricately wove into blankets of warmth, showcasing her talents in crocheting and quilting. Her dexterity and attention to detail were unmatched. A poet, an admirer of literature, especially the works of John Grisham, and a lover of British comedies, she was a woman of diverse passions. Every alternate summer saw her soaking in the Texan warmth with her beloved sister, Judy Guy, and cherishing moments with her niece Kathy Grahm, and nephew Max Droz.

Left to continue her legacy are her children, Tracy (Travis) Coon and Mike (Erin) Hansen; cherished grandchildren and great-grandchildren; her siblings, Judy (Curtis) Guy, John (Giovana) Adams, Hollis (Kim) Adams, and a host of nieces, nephews, and treasured friends. As we mourn her physical absence, we find solace in knowing she’s now in the company of her mother, Vera Marsh; great-grandparents, Ival and Carl Wauge; and sister-in-law, Bea Adams.

To the bereaved family, may you find strength and comfort in the love and memories shared. Nancy’s light may have dimmed on earth, but the love she sowed will forever shine in the hearts of those she touched. We join you in saying, “Until we meet again, dear Nancy.”

A heartfelt memorial to celebrate Nancy’s life is scheduled for Monday, August 28, 2023, at 11:00 a.m. at the Mitchell Funeral Home. The family welcomes all to share memories and stories an hour before the service.

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