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Donald "Don" Lynn Nafziger
Born in Illinois
75 years
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     Donald “Don” Lynn Nafziger, 75, of Peoria, passed away at 9:20 a.m. on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at OSF Richard L. Owens Hospice Home in Peoria, with his family by his side.
     Funeral services will be private. There will be no visitation. Interment will be at Swan Lake Memory Gardens in Peoria.
     Don was born on December 31, 1941 in Bloomington, a son of Carroll and Laveta (Crawford) Nafziger. They preceded him in death. He married Irene M. Mangold on April 2, 1966 in Peoria. She survives.
     He is also survived by his daughters, Angela Nafziger and Kimberly (Jonathan) Wrigley, both of Peoria; grandchildren, Ashley, Kaitlyn and Nathan Suddith and Joshua and Justin Wrigley; and siblings, Sandy (Marty) Chlapecka of Bloomingdale and Doug (Kathy) Nafziger of Mapleton.
     Don graduated from McMurray College in Jacksonville and was of the Methodist faith. After 30 years, he retired in 2006 from Peoria Blacktop/R.A. Cullinan/United Contractors Midwest. He worked hard all his life, giving 110%.
     He was the most loving husband, father and grandfather anyone would want. He was always supportive of the goals and dreams of his wife and children. He adored his grandchildren and enjoyed spending time with them and supporting them by attending their activities. He loved the outdoors- golfing, snowmobiling and yard work. He was always working on a project, be it yard work, electrical, plumbing or carpentry. He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially helping his daughters.
     Memorial contributions may be made in Don’s memory to OSF Richard L. Owens Hospice Home in Peoria.
     Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Clary Funeral Home, 3004 West Lake Avenue, in Peoria.


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Hendrick Polanco My Deepest Condolences December 13, 2017
My deepest condolences.  May these few words from the Holy Scriptures bring you comfort in your time of grief...
John 11:32-45
32 And so Mary, when she arrived where Jesus was and caught sight of him, fell at his feet, saying to him: “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.” 33 Jesus, therefore, when he saw her weeping and the Jews that came with her weeping, groaned in the spirit and became troubled; 34 and he said: “Where have YOU laid him?” They said to him: “Lord, come and see.” 35 Jesus gave way to tears. 36 Therefore the Jews began to say: “See, what affection he used to have for him!” 37 But some of them said: “Was not this [man] that opened the eyes of the blind man able to prevent this one from dying?”
38 Hence Jesus, after groaning again within himself, came to the memorial tomb. It was, in fact, a cave, and a stone was lying against it.39 Jesus said: “TAKE the stone away.” Martha, the sister of the deceased, said to him: “Lord, by now he must smell, for it is four days.”40 Jesus said to her: “Did I not tell you that if you would believe you would see the glory of God?” 41 Therefore they took the stone away. Now Jesus raised his eyes heavenward and said: “Father, I thank you that you have heard me. 42 True, I knew that you always hear me; but on account of the crowd standing around I spoke, in order that they might believe that you sent me forth.” 43 And when he had said these things, he cried out with a loud voice: “Laz´a·rus, come on out!” 44The [man] that had been dead came out with his feet and hands bound with wrappings, and his countenance was bound about with a cloth. Jesus said to them: “Loose him and let him go.”
45 Therefore many of the Jews that had come to Mary and that beheld what he did put faith in him;
Please go to the following link for more information regarding the Hope expressed in this passage
http://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/dead-live-again
C. Bourguet My deepest condolence December 13, 2017
My condolences, as feelings of pain and bitterness become unbearable. It is my desire to convey a comforting thought based on the Holy Scriptures
          
  John 5:28 "Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out."
 
 
This passage speaks of the resurrection of our loved ones. It is not God's plan to see us suffer and die, so He extends the following invitation to us: "Come near to God and He will draw near to you" (James 4:8)
 
Please go to the following link to obtain more information regarding the Hope expressed in this passage and again we are sorry for your loss.
 
 http://www.jw.org
 
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