Nancy Wynette Arneson

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August 3, 1956 ~ September 13, 2023

Nancy W. Arneson, 67, Sioux Falls, died Wednesday, September 13, 2023, at Ava’s House in Sioux Falls, SD. She was surrounded by friends, family, and love.

A Memorial Service will be held at 2pm, Wednesday, September 27, 2023, at Heartland Funeral Home. A Go Fund Link has been made to assist the family. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid02sLJHL1mTwtt1gi3d3uZBmB7P3senmoP4oMs6RbqdUbCkziBVuRaNC53RSghGm3Bil&id=657962447&mibextid=qC1gEa

Nancy Wynette Arneson was born August 3, 1956, to Marlin and Marguerite Arneson. She had one younger brother, David Arneson. She graduated from Lincoln High School in 1976. Nancy had one child, Sara Arneson, also in 1976.

Nancy worked for John Morell, CSD Relay, and was the photo specialist at Walgreens when she retired. Nancy enjoyed many things but animals mostly. She even had a pet hospital as a little girl for the birds, squirrels, or anything else that needed help. She loved music. Janis Joplin was one of her favorites along with Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, and many others. Nancy also enjoyed rolling Argus Leader papers for a few carriers. She did this for several years after retirement.

Nancy will be deeply missed by her daughter, Sara (Jennifer) Arneson; grandsons, Anthony Ballard and Jordan Ford; her brother, David, all from Sioux Falls; and her kitties, Sweetheart and Garfield.  

Nancy is preceded in death by her parents, Marlin and Marguerite; aunts and uncle, Alice, Clara, and Lester Arneson; several niece and nephews; and her pets, Kitty Roo, Kia Kitty, Papa, Scruffy, and Lil Bit.

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  • Tim Langenfeld says:

    Thoughts and prayers to the family.

  • Joline Harris says:

    I loved our regular Sunday coffee dates. I loved our daily check in texts. I loved having that one person with whom I can share EVERYTHING without being judged. I loved all the secrets that only two friends of 49 years keep between themselves. I even loved how you made fun of how I cry at the drop of a hat or the infamous, “I don’t want to.” But most of all, I loved YOU. I’ll miss you so much, my friend, but will always treasure the memories we’ve made together…some hilarious, some painful, but all are the glue of a great friendship.

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