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November 4, 1950 ~ October 11, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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Nancy was born in Mankato to Richard and Gladys Krusmark on November, 4, 1950 and graduated from Mankato West High School. She married her long-time love, Randy Flynn, September 13, 1985. Nancy was an energetic, fun-loving mother, wife, grandmother, great grandmother, friend, and endless other titles, her contagious laughter, warmth, and kind- heartedness could never be summed up in a paragraph. She was an epic Vikings fan, Twins fan, loved dancing and music.… but nothing made her more over-joyed than being with her family.
She is survived by; daughters, Kassie Blaschko (Jeremy Shelton), Kalli Holliday (Derrick) Holliday); grandchildren, Josh and Erica Ristau, Haley Blaschko (Josh Hegna), Shanae Ristau, Jodi Ristau, Debbie Ristau; great grandchildren, Bently Wendroth, Kiara Wendroth, Hunter Ristau and Avery Ristau, Octavia Hiniker; sisters, Cindy (Yogi) Halvorson and Vicky (Larry) Bellendir; many nieces, nephews: and many great nieces and nephews.
Preceded in death by her husband, Randy Flynn, parents, Richard and Gladys Krusmark; son, Scott Ristau, and granddaughter, Lanesha Ristau.
We will be having a Celebrations of Life in two locations. Friday Nov 3, 2023 from 5-8pm at 15315 Maple Island Road Burnsville, MN 55337 and Saturday Nov 4, (her birthday) from 12 – 3pm at Mankato Eagle Club 708 N. Riverfront Drive Mankato MN 56001. As a Minnesota Vikings superfan, we welcome you to wear your Vikings attire. Private Interment will be at Woodland Hills Memorial Park in Mankato, MN.