Nancy Christensen Limburg, wife, mother, and neonatal nurse practitioner extraordinaire returned to her Heavenly and earthly Parents August 27th after a long and valiant battle with hereditary breast cancer. She was 44 years old and passed peacefully in her new home in Salt Lake City, UT. Nancy was born December 22nd 1975 in Provo Utah to Archie Peter Christensen and Shirley Jorgensen Christensen. Never was a child more loved than Nancy – especially by her mom. She married her high school sweetheart Paul Dennis Limburg on December 19th, 1998 in the Manti Utah Temple. To know Nancy was to love her and many, many people did. Nancy loved them back, but most of her love went to her family and they felt it. They were everything to her. She loved her kids with the same passion that she was loved as a child.
She was a lady of many interests, but running, biking, and skiing were her favorites and she was dedicated to them. She developed many friendships and her own self through these mediums.
The piano and organ were very important to her and she made sure to pass that on to her children. She spent many hours helping them and instilling in them the importance of the piano. She always played either the piano or organ at church and with a lot of spunk. She was quick to volunteer her many talents at the schools and her ward – even when she was not feeling well.
She loved to travel and was able to visit many countries, cities, and historical sites around the globe.
Nancy loved being a neonatal nurse practitioner in the NICU. She loved the babies, their parents, her coworkers, and the work itself. Nancy found it to be very rewarding, fulfilling and a blessing to her. Like everything else in her life, she put all of her energy and passion into her work.
With a wit and sense of humor second to none, she had a contagious laugh, and loved having a good time. She had a zest for life and made sure to always make the most of it. This was especially true after her first cancer diagnosis. She made sure those who were with her lived life to the fullest too. She loved telling stories, especially if they were funny or a little on the mischievous side. She kept many entertained with her wacky or uncomfortable stories old and new.
Nancy had a knack of developing deep relationships with those close to her. She was a great friend and made a huge impact on a lot of people. Nancy was classy and elegant and would light up a room. Many looked up to her literally and to her vibrant personality, independent spirit, and strength. She was an inspiration to many. She was warm, compassionate, and an advocate. She was the type of person that by having known her, makes you want to be a better yourself.
She is survived by her husband Paul Dennis Limburg; her children Emily Caroline Limburg (20), Jacob Benjamin Limburg (17), Samuel Paul Limburg (13), and Zachary Joseph Limburg (9); her siblings Kathy Davidson (Richard), Kevin Christensen (Marlene), Lester Christensen, Eldon Christensen (Barbara) and Ken Christensen (Sarena).
She is preceded in death by her Mother Shirley Jorgensen Christensen and Father Archie Peter Christensen.
A public viewing will be held from 6:00 – 8:00 PM Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020 at Larkin Sunset Lawn 2350 East 1300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, attendance to the service will be limited. A family viewing and an invitation only graveside service will occur the following morning. The memorial service will be streamed at 10:00 AM on YouTube Live for those who are not able to go to the service: https://youtu.be/ipp9iitNcVI
If desired, friends may make memorial contributions to L5: Limburg Literacies, Libraries, Learning, and Lifting. This is a charitable organization aimed at lifting the underserved and impoverished via education. https://gf.me/u/yu3vsg