Nancy A. Steffens

  • Died: February 9, 2018
  • Location: Leo, Indiana

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1320 East Dupont Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46825

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Tribute & Message From The Family

Nancy A. Steffens, 90, passed away Friday, February 9, 2018 at Parkview Hospital Randallia in Fort Wayne. Born in Cedarville, Nancy worked as an obstetric technician, unit clerk, and time coder from 1966 to 1993 with Parkview Memorial Hospital. She was previously employed by Indiana Bank Money Order Division. Nancy was a 1945 graduate of Leo High School. She was a lifelong resident of Cedarville, living the majority of her life in the house her father built when she was an infant. She married Floyd Steffens in 1946 in her parent's home and he preceded in her death in 1992. She was a member of Cedarville Community Church and St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Parkview Ambassadors, and Leo American Legion Auxiliary. She served the Leo-Cedarville Community Park as board member and later as volunteer from 1997-2012 handling sign and pavilion rentals. Surviving are her sons, Marcus G. (Jan) Steffens of Lutz, FL and Paul Steffens of Leo-Cedarville, IN; 3 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Nancy was preceded in death by husband, Floyd I. Steffens; father, Glenn S. Myers; mother, Dorothy B. Myers; sons, David W. Steffens and George Steffens; sister, Marian Ohman. Service is 11:00 am, Monday, February 12, 2018 at Cedarville Community Church, with Rev. Monte S. Sheets officiating. Calling from 9:00 am to 11:00 am, Monday, February 12, 2108 at Cedarville Community Church, 12828 Main Street, Leo, IN. Burial in Highland Park Cemetery, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Memorials may be made to the Byron Health Center or Parvkview Home Health and Hospice. To sign the online guest book, go to


Condolence & Memory Journal

I loved spending time with you I only regret I did not visit you more.I will miss you I have many great memories that will always be in my heart. I am sorry for your loss Marcus and are in my prayers for peace and comfort.

Posted by Theresa Case - EVANSVILLE, IN   February 14, 2018

I enjoyed seeing Nancy as a dental patient since 1977. Nancy was so much fun to be with and talk about her family. I am so sorry and will keep Paul and family in my prayers

Posted by Dave Burns - Fort Wayne, IN - Friend   February 13, 2018

Dearest Cousins Marc and Paul: I'm so very saddened by the sudden passing of Aunt Nancy. She was my second Mom as we all know. She taught me so many things during
my life. Not only respect and to listen to what elders tell you & teach you but old fashion manners as well. We all had so much fun..being cousins~but, sharing life like brothers and sister also, great memories for sure. She will always be near and dear to my heart. Bless you two and just remember she just transformed from life to everlasting life. We will all be reunited one day. Love and hugs to you both along with many continued prayers.

Posted by Barbara Snyder - Chewelah, WA   February 12, 2018

I had the privilege of working with Nancy at Parkview Hospital, Randallia Ave. from 1970 until late 1971 in Labor and Delivery as a scrub nurse (I was a nurse's aide working in a specialized area). She helped train me and was always ready to answer any question I had. When I had my son in March 1972, I had problems and I remember her coming to see me when she was working and gave me encouragement. She was a great and caring nurse and a special person. I shall not forget all she did for me.

I know as a family she will be greatly missed. My God be with you all during this time.

Linda Felger

Posted by Linda Felger - Fort Wayne, IN - Friend   February 12, 2018

Paul, I am sorry to read about the passing of your mother. Making it to 90 is quite a milestone, and I am sure you will daily reflect on the memories. My thoughts are with you.

Posted by Susan Overcash - Fort Wayne, IN - Coworker   February 12, 2018

dear paul sorry to hear about moms passing if i can do some thing .let me no.

Posted by mike ringenberg - leo, IN   February 12, 2018


Posted by Patrick&Kristen Case - Tuskahoma, OK   February 11, 2018

Mom, Wendy and I send our love and prayers to all the Steffens at this very sad time. The memory of the righteous is a blessing.

Posted by Les Novitsky - Sarasota, FL   February 11, 2018

Aunt Nancy always liked us kids. She was very tolerant of our noise. She did lay down the law when necessary, although she preferred leaving that job up to Floyd and Dottie(my mom), who both were very particular about how things should be playing out. It is interesting to look back on our parents and see how their parenting skills shaped our lives. These folks are the last of the breed for strict parenting. In my opinion, they did a great job. There was no backtalk from any of us, and we learned to be respectful of our elders. This is a lost art in our modern times. I miss those times of "yes sir" and "No thank you Maam". Until we meet again, may you rest in peace Aunt Nancy.

Posted by Karen Steffens Western - Columbia City, IN   February 11, 2018

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