It is with a heavy heart that we share the news of the passing of Nekoosa School District teacher, Nancy Brost. Her sudden loss has struck the community deeply, leaving many in shock and disbelief. Nancy Brost passed away on April 29, 2023, after drowning in the Wisconsin River. Although her passing has left a void in our hearts, we choose to remember her for the kind, passionate and dedicated teacher she was. Continue reading.
Who was Nancy Brost?
Nancy Brost was a beloved educator in the Nekoosa School District for over 20 years. She was a beacon of light to her students, colleagues, and everyone who had the opportunity to cross paths with her. Her teachings went beyond the standard curriculum, as she was highly invested in the growth and development of her students. Through her tireless efforts in the classroom, Nancy Brost left a lasting impact on the many lives she touched.
What was the cause of Nancy Brost death?
The news of Nancy Brost’s death came as a shock to many, and the cause of her drowning is still under investigation. According to reports, Nancy had been rescued from the Wisconsin River by a bystander but unfortunately passed away shortly after. While the Nekoosa School District and the community continue to mourn her passing, one thing is certain – Nancy Brost’s memory will forever be etched in our hearts.
Nancy Brost Obituary
Nancy Brost’s passing is a huge loss to the Nekoosa School District and to the community as a whole. Her impact as an educator will be sorely missed, but we choose to celebrate her life, rather than dwell on the sadness of her passing. Nancy’s memory will always live on as a source of inspiration and motivation for the countless lives she touched during her life. She will forever be remembered as an exceptional teacher who went above and beyond to help students reach their full potential. Rest in peace, Nancy Brost.
VISITATION/FUNERAL FOR NANCY BROST
Nancy’s visitation will be held at Feldner/Ritchay Funeral Home in Nekoosa on Friday, May 5th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm.
The funeral will be held at Feldner/Ritchay on Saturday, May 6th at 11:00 a.m. That morning, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., there will be a visitation hour.
As more information becomes available, we will notify you of any designated memorials.
Tributes Pour to Nancy Brost on Social Media
As we continue to grapple with the sudden loss of Nancy Brost, countless tributes and messages have poured in from those whose lives she touched. Colleagues, former students, parents, and community members have taken to social media to share their condolences and memories of Nancy. Their testimonies are a true reflection of the positive impact that Nancy had on the lives of those around her.
This just can’t be. 😭 I loved her as a teacher.. ran into her recently, almost 20 years later and she still remembered my name and was so sweet. She will be missed and remembered fondly by so many. Prayers to the family.
Jill Hoff Dillon
I’ve struggled with what to write since yesterday, but there are never the right words. Our boys were incredibly blessed over the years with some amazing teachers. One of those that stood out was Nancy Brost. She never failed to tell us how much she loved them, and we loved her right back for all she did. They laughed with her and had a lot of fun, but also respected her and learned so much. The perfect learning environment. Our hearts are truly broken. We hope she knew how incredibly grateful the Dillon family is that she came into our lives. Hug your people, tell your teachers what a difference they make, and pray for those who loved Mrs. Brost.
We may never fully understand why Nancy Brost was taken from us so soon, but one thing that remains clear is the immense love and admiration that the community had for her. The world may have lost a brilliant educator, but her legacy lives on through the countless lives she influenced. To her family, friends, colleagues, and students, we offer our deepest condolences, thoughts, and prayers during this difficult time.