Nancy K. Fulscher Moody, 70, of Colona, passed away Saturday, November 26, 2022, at UnityPoint Health – Trinity, Rock Island.
Funeral services will be held at 2pm on Thursday, December 1, 2022, at Esterdahl Mortuary and Crematory, Ltd, 6601 38th Ave Moline, IL, 61265. Visitation will be an hour prior at the funeral home. Burial will be at Greenview Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to the family.
Nancy was the daughter of Donald and Grace Fulscher, born October 27, 1952. She was 70 years old, a mother of 3 boys, Teddy Anderson (passed), Ronny Anderson of Barstow Illinois and Ken Hellberg from Colona Illinois. She married Patrick Moody in Moline on January 1, 2000, and became stepmother to Pat Jr. and Rick Moody.
Nancy was born on October 27, 1952, in Moline, the daughter of Don and Grace (Hillock) Fulscher. Nancy worked as a bartender in several taverns. She later became the owner of 84 Roadhouse in East Moline. Nancy also worked at Desaulniers Printing in Moline. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Post 569 in Milan. Nancy enjoyed boating, camping, karaoke, and having a few beers. She was one of ten kids and enjoyed and loved all her sisters and brothers, Donald Fulscher of Moline, Gerard Fulscher Moline, and Danny Fulscher of East Moline and Janice Gilmore of East Moline and Kathy Simmons also of East Moline. She grew up in south Moline gardens and enjoyed doing many things. She was an outdoor kind of lady that wasn't afraid of living her life the way she wanted, full of life and moving forwards was her goal in life. Waiting around and seeing what was happening around her wasn't a strong suit of hers. She made stuff happen anyway she could. She was a strong woman all the way around. She believed in eye-to-eye justice had no problem saying so. Full of ideals and the spunk to go with. She died a long list of health problem and felt she made her mark in life. Life after death was a puzzle, she didn't know she wanted to solve until the end she went home with the same attitude she lived by. She always said whatever you do, do it the best you can.
Once again, she didn't disappoint. Remember me as I was love me like no tomorrow. “It was a great ride and I’m glad that I was able to ride with you.” ~Pat Moody
Survivors include her husband, Pat; children Ronny Anderson and Kenneth Hellberg.
She was preceded in death by her parents; son, Teddy Anderson; brother, Teddy Fulscher, and sisters Beth Fulscher, and Susie Hulting.
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