Nancy Jane Bultman

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Nancy Jane Bultman

April 24, 1955 - February 21, 2019

Nancy Jane Bultman Nancy Jane Bultman passed away on Thursday, February 21, 2019, in Indianapolis, Indiana. The daughter of Chester Riley and Sarah Madge (nee: McClanahan) Bultman was born at Margaret Mary Hospital in Batesville, IN, on April 24, 1955.

From 2002-2019, Nancy lived at the Cardinal Center, a basic developmental group home in Silver Lake, IN. She worked at the Cardinal Center in Warsaw, IN, for several years. She attended the Center United Methodist Church in Silver Lake.

Her family wishes to thank those who worked with her at the Cardinal Center and her Silver Lake community she called her home.
She is survived by her sister, Sandra Dickey (Dale) of Bateville; brother George Bultman (Mary) of Osgood; niece Rebecca Bultman and nephews, Christopher Bultman (Raychelle), Bradley Dickey (Mary), and Benjamin Dickey (Kim); along with great nieces and nephew, Claire Monique Dickey, Aubrey Ellen Dickey and Ian Bradley Dickey.

The private funeral will be Tuesday, February 26, 2019, at Meyers Funeral Home with Pastor Chris Renick of the Batesville United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will follow at the St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetery in Napoleon, IN, with her family.

The family requests memorials be made to the Napoleon Volunteer Fire Department Building Fund c/o the funeral home. Online condolences
Published on February 23, 2019
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Laura Campbell
Mar 04, 2019
I met Nancy many years ago when she first moved in to the Wade group home (before moving to Silver Lake). Nancy had so much personality and took an interest in everyone she met. Nancy loved pencils and had quite the collection, if you ever needed one, you knew where to go.
Rest in peace Nancy and I'm so glad I got to know you.
Janice Lambert
Mar 01, 2019
Working with Nancy is one of the greatest privileges I have had during my time at Cardinal Services. Each time I saw Nancy she always gave me something to smile about. She loved to talk about her family and all the adventures she had growing up. Nancy loved her sister Sandy and would often talk of memories she had of visits with her. Nancy often shared her love of singing with me . Her favorite tunes seemed to be from TV shows like Gilligan’s Island , Petticoat Junction and the Brady Bunch. Nancy had a great sense of humor and loved to talk and laugh about life. Nancy would often say to me “you are my friend and I am your friend” “ I Love you my friend”, she would usually gently pa...t my hand as she said this. I will miss you my friend.Read more