Nancy Pikaart

Nancy Jean Pikaart (Page)

Tuesday, April 8th, 1947 - Sunday, August 9th, 2020
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Nancy J Pikaart age 73 of Caledonia Michigan, passed away peacefully on Sunday August 9, 2020. She was born to William and Mildred Page on April 8, 1947 in Minneapolis, MN.

Nancy was preceded in death by her parents and sister Elizabeth Page. She will be greatly missed by her loving husband David Pikaart, four children Korey Hofmann, Karl (Lori) Hofmann, Jill (Mike) Gorkowski, Mark (Ashley) Pikaart and five grandchildren Audrey, Sydney, Mina, Edward and Matilda. She is also survived by her two brothers Tom (Joanne) Page and Dick (Chris) Page, many nieces and nephews and extended family.

If you asked her, Nancy would say her greatest accomplishment was being a mom. She was an amazing mom and so much more. Nancy was a gifted writer with a love for words and books, which served her well during her tenure as a middle school librarian for Caledonia Public Schools. She was a deep thinker with a creative mind who took pleasure in constantly learning and growing. If Nancy was going to create something, she would take the time and make sure it was beautiful and elegant, like her handwriting. She was passionate about doing good in this world and making a difference, hoping to do more until her end. Nancy's ability to see the big picture and truly listen to people made her a very dear friend to many. She always found beauty and comfort in nature and adored her life on the farm for many years. Our hope is that when you read an amazing book or poem, gaze at the stars, delight in birds visiting a feeder, linger to enjoy a cup of morning coffee or sit on the beach and listen to the waves, you will think of her and take joy in these simple moments as she surely would have.

At this time we will not be having a formal memorial service and are encouraging people to please share your favorite memory or story about Nancy below. We are looking forward to reading and compiling them for future celebration.

We cannot thank Spectrum Health Hospice enough for the wonderful care over the last month, especially from our nurse Debbie and social worker Megan. We ask that you consider a donation to Spectrum Health Hospice in Nancy’s memory if you are interested.
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Barbara Dullaghan

Posted at 10:57am
Heartfelt condolences. I felt terribly sad to learn of Nancy's death. When I left MI, I knew I would miss her wisdom and contagious laugh. Special.
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Jan Polavin

Posted at 11:09pm
With loving memories of "Nancy Pikaart",
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Janice Witkowski

Posted at 03:18pm
Dear David, Korey, Karl, Jill and Mark please accept my deepest sympathies.
I have always considered myself so lucky to have Nancy as one of my dearest and most loved friends.
She was my first running partner and always encouraged me. I didn’t mind running knowing Nancy would be with me.
I loved our get togethers over coffee, they were treasured moments of time, a respite from the stress of every day life.
Nancy was my role model, and she never ceased to amaze me. I learned so much from her about how to be a kind, loving mother and friend.
Whenever we would get together first thing shared was “ how are the kids?” I will miss that sparkle in her eye as she talked about her children and grand children. She was a person that was truly interested and interesting. Her insight into life will be greatly missed. Every time our visits were over, or a conversation ended, she was first to say “ I love you.” She knew the importance of making her friends feel valued.
Honestly, I can’t imagine a life without her, but I will try to remind others that the simple joys in life, a quick laugh, a warm smile, a good book, a cup of coffee and the health and well being of our children are the things that matter most In life. Rest In Peace Nancy. Thank you for being such an incredible friend and confidant.

David & Michelle (your neighbors)

Posted at 01:54pm
Dave/Family: Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... Our thoughts & prayers are with you during this difficult time.
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Dianne Garrett

Posted at 02:55pm
I first met Nancy when we were toddlers on Belfast. Her family moved, I believe, around the time we were in kindergarten. We reconnected in 7th grade at Ottawa, and went all through Middle school, (Ridgeview), and High School, (Ottawa), together. I ran into Nancy just a few times over the years. She was always personable, kind, and genuine. I also taught for a few years with Nancy’s mother, Millie, at Alger Elementary who often talked glowingly about Nancy and her family.
I’m sure Nancy will be sorely missed by her family and friends.
Prayers for strength, courage, and comfort at this time, and the days ahead.

In Sympathy
Dianne (Thomas) Garrett
I’m sure Nancy will be sorely missed by her family and friends.

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