Born in: brownsburg, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Nancy L. Stone, 87 of Indianapolis, went home on July 5, 2022. she was born December 2, 1934 in Brownsburg  to the late Albert & Martha Benge. After Nancy graduated High school she attended I.U.P.U.I . She had a career in logistics with a D.-A. Lubricant. Nancy loved her family, and reading, she enjoyed crossword puzzles, country music, sports, and gardening. She is survived by her daughter Elizabeth  “Libby”  (David) Parnell, her grandchildren Justin Stone, Rachel (Eric) Hynes, Joseph Stone, Robert (Leanna) Stone. Twelve great-grandchildren  and one great- great grandson. As well as her brother Sam Benge and a host of other family members. She was preceded in death by her parents and eight other siblings. Her service will be held at 1604 W. Morris St. at Legacy Cremation Funeral  Services Wednesday 7-13-22 from 1-4 pm.


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1604 W Morris St
Indianapolis, IN 46221

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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. We are so sorry.May Nancy’s soul rest in peace.Much love & prayers for healing for you all.

  3. So sorry for the loss of a wonderful woman! My heart goes out to Libbi, and the wonderful family! Rest Peacefully Mommy Lady! You were always there for us kids! ❤️

  4. Will miss you Nancy very much. Libby and family, I am so sorry for you loss. Thoughts and prayers go out to you all. Love Mary Ellen, (Ellie).

  5. Nancy was very loved and will certainly be missed.Thoughts and prayers go out to all of you . Love to all of you Becky and Wayne and family.

  6. I have often thought of my “Aunt Nancy” but lost contact over the decades. My heart felt condolences for your loss. (Dan Stone)

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