Nancy Louise Rickman Sunday, February 17, 1952 - Monday, September 18, 2017

Nancy L. Rickman, 75, of the Country Estates, East Randolph, formerly of Chery Creek, passed away Monday (September 18, 2017) in UPMC-WCA Hospital. She was born February 17, 1942 in Toledo, Ohio, the daughter of the late, James Ward Rickman and Nanna Stump Rickman. Nancy attended Clay High School in Toledo and retired from Cherry Creek Wood Crafters in Chery Creek, NY. In earlier years she had worked at the former South Dayton Canning Factory and at the former Aolean Piano Plate Factory in Randolph. She was a member of the Red Hat Society, Randolph Golden Keys and the Randolph Senior Nutrition Program. She was also a member of the former Randolph Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge. She enjoyed spending time with her family, crocheting, quilting, doing crossword puzzles, shopping and sewing. Nancy is survived by three children; Ralph (Amy) Crawford of Silver Creek, Nancy (Tim) Pfeiffer of Jamestown and Francine (Lynn) Emley of Conewango Valley, NY, five grandchildren; Trevor Crawford, Trishalynn Sonnekalb, Jillian Kaczar, Matthew Pfeiffer and Samantha Smith and four great grandchildren. She is additionally survived by; four step-children; Lillian Crawford, James Crawford and John Crawford all of Jamestown and David Crawford of Ohio. The family will receive relatives and friends from 10 AM-12 PM Friday, September 22, 2017 in the VanRensselaer & Son Funeral Home, 14 Church Street, Randolph, where services will follow at Noon. The Rev. Aaron Patterson, family friend, will officiate. To send a condolence log onto Memorials if desired may be sent to the Randolph ECHO Senior Nutrition, C/O Janice Biscup, 72 Main Street, Randolph, NY 14772.

So Sorry to hear about Aunt  Nancy passing I will always remember all the wonderful family times on the hill. Rest In Peace Love Sandra Crawford Richter

To Nancy Ralph, Francine and your families: So sorry for your loss! Your mother Nancy was a kind woman, and good to our family. I remember her laugh and her sense of humor. Her and my mom were friends, they shared so many things, had wonderful children that make all of us brothers and sisters, so that you are our extended family! I shall never forget the good times we had in Cherry Creek,  at the house in town and at the farm on Aldrich Hill Road. Losing mom was difficult for me, so I know how it feels, losing a mother-grandmother that meant the world to you. She was always there when you needed her, and now she is looking down  from heaven, as God watches over her and all of you. You are in my thoughts and prayers. And may the Lord be with you in your time of grief. I love all of you!

Sorry for your loss. I met Nancy many times with her dear friend Carol Smith who is also my good friend.