Nancy Carol Anderson Shingleton

1932 ~ 2021

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Nov. 17, 2021
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple
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    Nov. 17, 2021
    11:30 AM
    Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple
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  • Nancy Carol Anderson Shingleton passed away peacefully and quietly in the early morning hours on Thursday, November 11, 2021, surrounded by members of her beloved family.

    Nance (as she was usually called), was born in Salt Lake City on August 28h, 1932 to Vergil Erasutes (Casey) Anderson and Sunday Florence Cardall. She was the last of six children born into this great family. Nance was a very favored child. She was not only very beautiful; she was, joyful, delightful, and loved every part of her young life. She especially took pride in her pioneer heritage. She knew she was very blessed. She loved knowing that she grew up in one of Brigham Young's wives' home.

    Following her school education, attending Franklin Elementary, Jordan Jr. High and graduating from West High School in 1951, she went on to continue her education at Stevens/Heneger Business College, and with that training behind her she found a job with the State of Utah which she held for many years until she retired.

    She married Christian Eugene Shingleton in 1951 and they were married for 25 years. Their union was blessed with three most wonderful sons, Steven, Casey and Roger and a daughter Christy.

    She is survived by her two sons; Casey and Roger; and her daughter, Christy; ten grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren, with two on the way. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews that loved her dearly - she was the "favorite" aunt from all her sibling's families.
    Preceding Nance in death were her dear parents Casey and Sunday Anderson; her sisters, Lyle Marie, Anna Mae, and Virginia Mollerup; brothers, Richard, and Gerald; and her son, Steven.

    A viewing will be held in her honor, Wednesday, November 17th from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Larkin Mortuary Downtown, 260 East South Temple, in Salt Lake City. A Funeral will follow the viewing at the same location from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. She will be interred following the funeral at Salt Lake City Cemetery, 4th Avenue and N Street.

    We also want to whole-heartedly thank Libby and Diana, the hospice care workers that were so kind and caring and helped the family through this trying time.


    Guestbook/Condolences

    I was so sorry to hear about Nancy's illness and passing. She was such a nice woman. I enjoyed saying hello to her at the office when I paid my rent. I knew the Shingleton family many years ago so we had something in common. I will miss her. My condolences go to her family. Nancy is now out of her pain.


    - Pat Romney

    I will miss Nancy forever; we have been friends for many years. She has been a sister for me, one whom I have loved. I will look forward to meeting her again, in the future.


    - Helen Spriggs

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    Bon voyoge my dear friend, for so many years. You have been a shining star in all you have done.
    Our sympathy is extended to Chris and their children as well as other members of Nancy's family who Nancy loved so much.
    With love, Charlotte &Rick


    - Charlotte Richter

    Nancy worked for Reed and Terry owners of cottonwood coves mobile home park before they sold it I always enjoyed going to the office and seeing her wonderful smiling face. I knew her when her mother lived on the west side of town but I was very young. My sincere condolences to her family My Prayers are with you.May you find comfort knowing she has no more pain Love Lila Thompson


    - lila thompson