Nancy A. Meurett passed away too soon on May 29, 2020 at the age of 58; her husband, Bob and son, Nick were by her side.
Nancy was born to Richard and Maxine (Drake) Hotchkiss on June 20, 1961 in Milwaukee, WI. Growing up, Nancy enjoyed spending time with her family, being outdoors, fishing and vacationing at their family cabin in Townsend, WI. She married Robert “Bob” Meurett on June 20, 1981, at St. Paul Catholic Church in Mosinee. She was a homemaker, and followed in her mother’s footsteps, with her desire to open a daycare in her home. After having her children, Nancy continued the tradition of spending time at their family cabin in Townsend, WI, riding motorcycles, traveling, and spending time outdoors. Nancy was known for her kind spirit, her infectious laugh, and her love of family. She always looked forward to family gatherings, especially ones that upheld tradition; one of her favorites was the annual Christmas Sleigh Ride, and Caroling at her brother’s Tavern, which she did every year with her sister. Nancy lived with cancer for 9 years. She never let this slow her down and she fought with everything to continue enjoying the life and family she loved so much.
Nancy is survived by her husband of 39 years, Robert “Bob” Meurett and her two sons Nicholas and Nathan Meurett, Weston.
Nancy is also survived by her father, Richard Hotchkiss, Stratford; siblings Allen (Linda) Hotchkiss, Barbara Dooley, Dennis (Donna) Hotchkiss, all of Mosinee, Robert (Shelly) Hotchkiss, Larry (Debbie) Hotchkiss, both of Stratford, Donald (Bonnie) Meurett, Thailand, Charlotte (Buzz) Leitzke, Appleton, Debra (Terry) Miller, California, Joan (Mike) Mayer, Hudson, Tammy (Jay) Perrenboom, Green Bay; her many nieces, nephews, and the special children she cared for who touched her life deeper than we can express. She is preceded in death by her mother, Maxine Hotchkiss and brother, Richard “Butch” Hotchkiss.
A celebration of Nancy’s life will be held at a later date yet to be determined. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made as donations to Stand Up To Cancer (https://standuptocancer.org)
Brainard Funeral Home- Everest Chapel is assisting Nancy’s family. To share stories, condolences and photos with her family, please visit www.brainardfuneral.com
“Like a shooting star flying across the room, so fast, so far, you were gone too soon.”