August 19, 1950 ~ January 21, 2017
66, of Fishers,passed away on January 21, 2017. She was born on August 19, 1950 to the late Harvey and EsterVan De Mark. Nancy graduated from NorthHigh School in Wichita, KS in 1968. Shemarried the love of her life and her saving grace, Stephen Trusty, on November30, 1968, and then moved to Indiana to live with his family while he wasstationed in Thailand. Nancy was a member of the Delta Theta Tau Sorority andof the Baptist Faith.
Nancy was a homemaker for many years, taking care of her 2daughters, until the youngest turned 8. She then went back to school and received her Expanded DutiesCertificate from the IU School of Dentistry. She worked for a few different dental offices before finding TaylorFamily Dentistry in Carmel, IN, at which she worked at for 15 years.
Caring, Peace-maker, and Giver are just a few words that areused to describe Nancy. She was thecenter of her family’s universe, by holding them all together and treating themequally, especially her grandchildren. Nancy was loved by everyone, her family,her co-workers, her patients, and her friends. She loved her husband of 48+ years, Stephen, and was known to be hisbest friend. Nancy was her sister,Linda’s, idol. She loved quilting, scrapbooking, and taking trips on themotorcycle with Stephen. But most ofall, she loved her family, especially hosting meals for all of them andwatching the grandchildren at their sporting events. Nancy lived to have no regrets in her life,and passed that philosophy onto her daughters.
She is survived by: her husband, Stephen Trusty; daughters,Michelle (Larry) Kolosso and Stephanie (Tony) Grant; grandchildren, JaylenGrant, Nikalaas “Nik” Kolosso, Jasmine Grant, and Haleigh Kolosso; siblings,Linda Boyd of Washington and John Kirby of Missouri; and 12 nieces andnephews.
Nancy is preceded in death by her parents and brother,Harvey Dean Van De Mark II.
Visitation will be from 4pm to 8pm on Wednesday, January 25,2017 at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services, 5215 N. Shadeland Avenue. Funeral service will be at 11am on Thursday,January 26, 2017 at the funeral home, with visitation from 10am until the timeof service. Memorial Contributions maybe made to the Caring Angel Program thru the St. Vincent Foundation, 8402Harcourt Road, Ste 210, Indianapolis, IN 46260 or Ovar’coming, 2625 N. MeridianStreet, Ste 108, Indianapolis, IN 46208, www.Ovariancancerin.org
Trusty, Kolosso and Grant families , please accept my
Condolences for your loss. i will remember Nancy with a smile, she was a kind and generous women!
peace & strength to you,
Sign of the Tymes Salon
Prayers of comfort and peace as you grieve the loss of a wonderful, friendly and thoughtful woman we all loved about Nancy.
She was far more than the smiling face at Doctor Taylor’s office. She genuinely cared about you and your family.
I’m going to miss you’re smiling face.
I pray you are in the arms of our sweet Lord where there is no pain or cancer.
To Nancy’s family – I am so sorry for your loss as I am sure Nancy was a wonderful wife, mom and grandmother. Although I only got to see Nancy sparingly, I just loved seeing her smiling face when I arrived at Dr. Taylor’s office. She brightened every visit and I will miss seeing her. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Nancy was a dear cousin and a remarkable friend. It was always a joy to be in her company. She was a fiercely dedicated employee and always put her best effort in everything she did…tending to her family, friends, needlework, and lucky for us, cooking! May you rest in peace with your parents and brother. You will be sorrowfully missed.
We just saw Nancy’s obituary someone of a shock we haven’t touch base with you in a long longime. We have great memories of beening at the Thom Driscoll ballpark together and the crazy after events at the Ballpark and an unforgettable night opening a restaurant and the parking afterwards. lots and lots of laughs. I’m sure the last 20 years been a wonderful time for you and your family I’m sorry we won’t be able to attend the services but please know that we will be thinking about you and the girls.
I just learned of Nancy’s death and I want to tell Nancy’s family and Dr. Taylor and his staff how much I loved and respected Nancy.
I knew Nancy through her work at Dr. Taylor’s office.
She was always so warm and wonderful and we shared information about Wichita, Kansas where she grew up and I lived at one time!
My thoughts and prayers go out to all her family and friends. We all will miss her.
When we came in for appointments at Dr. Taylor’s office, Nancy was always there managing multiple tasks all at once. It was impressive to watch her work! Not only was she very pleasant to talk to, but she was obviously very committed to doing good work. She will be missed.
Our sincere condolences to her family,
The Gorge Family