Anita Frances (Mick) Nazelrod

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Anita Frances (Mick) Nazelrod

December 30, 1959 - September 04, 2018

DUNCANSVILLE, Pa. Anita Frances (Mick) Nazelrod, 58, of Duncansville, formerly of Fort Ashby W.Va., went home to be with the Lord Sept. 4, 2018, at UPMC Altoona.
Born Dec. 30, 1959, in Charleston, W.Va., she was the daughter of the late Rev. C Franklin and Mary Jane (Parsons) Mick.
Anita attended Southern Garret High where she played fife in the marching band. Upon graduation she enlisted in the United States Army, proudly serving 12 years. Her Civilian life lead her through various positions in the medical field. She finally found her home becoming an LPN at St Vincent DePaul Nursing Center where she worked until her retirement in 2005. During her retirement she loved crocheting, fishing, church fellowship, her dog, Yogi, and spending time with her grandchildren.
She is survived by; two sons, Daniel and wife, Tiffany, and Calvin and wife, Heather; seven grandchildren, Alliza, Chyle, Trinity, Cylee, Savana, Johnathon, and Haddalynn; one sister, Rena Cavendar and husband, Ed; one brother, Ralph "Wolf" Mick and husband, Bob, numerous nieces nephews and extended family and her boyfriend, Eddy Collins.
In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her sister, Kathleen Rose and her brother, Rev. Robert F. Mick.
Per her wishes her body will be cremated. There will be a Memorial Service in the Cumberland area and a Celebration of life at her church Grace Family Bible Church in Duncansvile.
In lieu of flowers there will be a fund established to make donations. All the details for the services and the memorial fund will be posted to Anita's Facebook as they become available.
Published on September 7, 2018
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Sheryl Place
Sep 16, 2018
I am sorry for your loss to the family and friends. Anita was a great lady who will be missed I will miss her she was at camp harmony is when I knew her
I love u all
Karen Heath Lewis
Sep 12, 2018
Anita & I were class mates & recently reconnected on Facebook. I just saw she had passed and am still a little shocked. I know she was having health issues but didn't realize it was so serious. I will miss her but will reconnect someday in heaven! Prayers for comfort for her family. Anita's father also married me & my husband.
Jim Shaffer
Sep 12, 2018
Anita and I reconnected on Facebook a few years ago, and she was a very faithful supporter of my posts. I will always be grateful for her friendship and kindness. Looking forward to thanking her in person when I find her in Glory. Love and prayers to the family.
Curtis & Connie Nazelrod
Sep 11, 2018
Sorry For The Loss . Daniel and Calvin Your Families Are in Our Prayers . May God Bring Peace To All. Remember All The Good Happy Times. LOVE YA ALL
Susan Frances Mick Frey
Sep 11, 2018
Anita was a shining example of a positive, love-filled life. She exhibited, by example, her love of family, neighbors, and, especially, her Lord.

She will be deeply missed by her grandchildren who looked to her for the 'soft and tender' in their lives.

I was proud to share part of my name with her.

God Bless You and Keep You, Anita.

Aunt Sue
Grace Helsel
Sep 10, 2018
Everyone who knew Anita at Grace Family Bible Church will miss her. She was very faithful in attending our meetings and she was dedicated to bringing Trinity, Savannah, and Johnathon to our clubs programs and special services. She enjoyed singing with the choir and had a long list of prayer requests each Sunday and Wednesday. She loved her family dearly and they brought so much joy to her life. See you in heaven one day.
Valerie Nazelrod
Sep 08, 2018
My soul reaches out to my nephews and their families. May they find solace with their families, in knowing that she is no longer in pain and is happy. My heart reaches out to the grandchildren, for they lost Nana. May her boyfriend, know he is family, too. We can never forget, never replace, a major part of our lives, like Anita. She is "one-of-a-kind" type of woman. I consider her my sister and friend. She will always be "a warm and fuzzy" place within the middle of my heart. Now she is crocheting wing warmers for the ANGELS!
Sheryl Place
Sep 08, 2018
I am sorry for a great loss of a wonderful lady. She was a great friend to me any others. She was a great sister mom grandma and aunt. She will be missed by all who loved her.