Obituary of Nancy Lue Brink
NANCY LUE BRINK …God and her family were her life and legacy. On January 23rd, 2022, Nancy Lue Brink was taken to her place in glory as she peacefully entered the pearly gates to meet her maker and her husband of 68 years. She was born on July 26th, 1935 in Meadville, PA to Helen (Bollinger) and Carson Ayers Porter. She was a meek and humble mother and wife, faithfully assisting her husband with his entrepreneurships throughout their 68 years of marriage, while proudly raising their four children. She was a secretary after her graduation from Meadville High School before starting her family. She attended The Church of the Nazarene where she was a Sunday school teacher where she earned a NWMS Distinguished Service Award. Later she attended the Wesleyville Methodist church. She was preceded in death by her parents, Helen and Carson Porter, her sisters Patty Adsit and Lois McGrath (James), her brother Francis Ritenour, her in-laws Albert and Ada Brink, Albert (Autumn) Brink Jr., William Brink, Gloria (James) Mook, Scott Davis and JoAnn Adsit, her nephew William Brink Jr., her niece Julia Conner, her grandsons Tyler Cooney and Bryan Bell. She is survived by her four children, Karen Oster (Dale), Theodore Brink Jr. (Deadra), Kimberly Bell (Rick) and Marla Snyder (Derek), along with her brothers William Porter (Connie), Daniel Porter (Diane), sister Evelyn Joy Miller (Bill), sister-in-law Charlotte (Brink) Davis, Patricia Brink, many nieces and nephews, ten grandchildren, their spouses and ten great grandchildren. Per her wishes, there will not be a viewing. Instead, she wishes her family and friends will celebrate her life on this earth and rejoice she will no longer be in pain, but will be in Heaven next to her husband, visiting family and friends that have passed on before her. Arrangements were handled by the Dusckas-Martin Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 4216 Sterrettania Rd. Her family wants to thank all of her doctors and nurses that assisted in making her comfortable in her last days, especially the special hospice nurse at Walnut Creek Nursing Home, who stayed by her side until the Good Lord took her home. We cannot thank her enough. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your local churches, Good Will or animal shelters in her memory.
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