Nancy Crocker (Olson) Wootton
-- 1940 ~ 2010 --

Nancy Wootton, a loving, generous, and fiercely independent spirit, died surrounded by her loved ones in her daughter's home on Monday, November 22, 2010 of complications associated with various chronic medical conditions.

Born in Fredonia, New York on May 15, 1940 to Wilson and Clara Crocker, Nancy enjoyed an active social life and was grateful to have maintained close relationships with her high school girlfriends until the day she died.

She married Robert L. Olson on January 26, 1963 and gave birth to her only daughter, Kimberly Olson (Sieber) the following year. Although divorced in 1981, Nancy recently shared that these were some of the happiest, most content, years of her life.

In 1983, Nancy joined lives with Noall Wootton, sharing the next 23 years with him until his death in 2006. Their unconditional love and compassionate care for one another was unparalleled.

Nancy was a dedicated employee of the Bank of American Fork for over 27 years. She was beloved by her friends and colleagues for her friendly, helpful, and somewhat "high-strung" nature. She medically retired in 1997.

She is survived by her daughter and daughter-in-law Kim Sieber and Janna Martin, grandchildren Sam, Ben, Kade, & Kole, brother and sister-in-law Bill and Karen Crocker, and niece and nephew Lynn Crocker and Dan Crocker.

A private graveside service will take place within the next month at the American Fork Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to Warenski Funeral Home in American Fork, Utah. In lieu of flowers, she would have welcomed donations in her name to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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