Nancy Crump-Kenton passed away Saturday Nov. 17 from complications of a stroke suffered on Wednesday Nov.14. Nancy was born on Feb. 24, 1947 the first child of Marie and Dutch Wolf and shared the same birth date as her mother. Though born small of stature, she had an out-sized spirit. It was that spirit and strong sense of right and wrong that led her to a career in law enforcement. Nancy started as secretary with the Department of Parole and Probation but soon became a juvenile probation officer for Carson City. She moved on to dispatch with the Carson Sheriffs office and was also a member of the Sheriff's reserve, becoming it's first female sergeant. During this time with the Sheriffs Office, she was twice the deputy coroner. Following forays into realty and as the patient administrator for a convalescent center, Nancy returned to state service in the the drivers license division of DMV and finished her career in the sex offender registry at the Department of Public Safety. Nancy was preceded in death by two of her husbands, Larry Rogers and Charlie Crump, and by her son William. She is survived by her husband Jack Kenton; daughter Marilyn Proctor (Chris) and grandchildren Tyler and Emalee, Son Joseph (Ashleigh) and grandchildren Regan, Cameron, and Maleah; Son Chris Sargent (Sharess) and grandchildren Copeland, Daja, Elijah, GabriAuna, Santana, Shyleen, and Justice; sister Jeanine Howe; brother Bill (Judy) Wolf along with 4 nephews, 2 nieces, 6 grandnieces, and 7 grandnephews.
Services will be held Wednesday Nov. 21 at St. Theresa Avila Chapel 3000 N. Lompa Lane, Carson City, Nev. Visitation is at 10:30 A.M. and service will be at 11A.M.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Carson Animal Shelter.