Nancy Phylis (Crane) Stack

Nancy Phylis (Crane) Stack – age 77, died Saturday,January 30th, 2021 at Woodland Hospice House after battling lung cancer. She was born July 22, 1943 to the late Philip Oscar Crane and Ruby Ellen (Daniels) Crane Crego of Fenton, in Flint. Nancy was a 1961 graduate of Fenton High School. She worked as a cashier at Don's Drugs and Taylor Hardware of Fenton and Rite Aid and The Prescription Shoppe of Gladwin. She also worked as a nurse's aide at Fenton Extended Care of Fenton and Smith Adult Foster Care of Gladwin among others. She was active in Parents Without Partners and Compassionate Care and was a lifetime member of the V.F.W. auxiliary post #3243. She enjoyed true crime shows, a good puzzle and scratch off tickets. She also played the organ and the accordion and was a hell of a bowler. She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Stack; her sister, Sarah (Anderson); and her brothers, Allen and Philip Crane. She is survived by her son, Ronald (Rebecca); her grandchildren, Brody (17) and Sanibel (13); her brother, Mark (Evelyn) Crane; and many nieces and nephews. In addition to her family, Nancy is survived by her lifelong friends, Norma Bidelman and Mary Ann Patton; and many other Fenton and Gladwin area friends who appreciated her willingness to always lend a hand. Her last words were, "I'm coming, mom... I'm getting my shoes on..." When conditions allow, the family will plan a gathering. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Council on Aging and sent to the Gladwin Council on Aging 215 S. Antler St. Gladwin Mi 48624. Arrangements made with the Cremation Society of Mid Michigan 1-888-273-3553.

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