Nancy Bozulich, 84, passed away on April 12, in Greenfield. She was born on November 30, 1932, in Seminole, Ok., to Farrell and Edna Thomason.
In 1952, at the age of 19, Nancy graduated from Oklahoma State University. At that time, she was the youngest graduate in OSU history. In college, she was an OSU cheerleader and remained an avid fan of their football and basketball programs throughout her life. Nancy was a member of Kappa Delta sorority and remained an active member.
After graduating, Nancy stayed at home raising her three children. She was always very involved in all aspects of her children’s lives. After her children became grown, she went on to become an Executive Secretary to the founder and CEO, Robert Fluor, of Fluor Corporation in Irvine, Ca.
Nancy married Ed Bozulich in 1988 and retired to Tucson, Az, and then moved to Greenfield. They were happily married for 29 years. They both shared a love of travel, adventure, family, friends, and their dachshund “Kaydee”. Nancy enjoyed sewing, quilting, painting, playing bridge with her close friends, and gardening. Growing strawberries were one of her many talented skills.
Nancy is survived by her spouse, Ed; son, Bill Jr.; daughters, Maryjane and Liz; grandchildren, Teresa, Raychel, Bobbijane, Amber, William III and Michael; great-grandchildren, Alyssa, Leo, Collin, and Lilah; nephews, Eldridge and Bob; and stepson, Dave.
Nancy was preceded in death by her parents, Ferrell and Edna, and her sister, Clara.
With her passing, Nancy continued to always exhibit her belief in the betterment of others, and upon her death, donated her body to the Indiana University School of Medicine. She was a testament to sacrifice in the love of all of those around her and will always be loved, remembered, and serves as an inspiration to her family and all those that knew her.
Family members will be sharing details of a memorial service in the future.