Nancy Goodrich Obituary – Nancy Goodrich Death | Passed Away | GROGG, NANCY A. of Goodrich once in the past of Clarkston, Michigan. Kicked the bucket on June 26, 2021. She was 95. Nancy was conceived May 10, 1926, in Dyersburg, Tennessee to the late Samuel and Dosha (nee: Taylor) Lipford. She is made due by two youngsters, Steve (Julie) Whayne and Kelley (Fred) Saber; seven grandkids, Mike (Courtney) Portrey, Katie Portrey, Ashley (RJ) Degrendel, Courtney Portrey, Austin (Kristen) Saber, Jessica Whayne, and Abby Whayne; two siblings, Bill Lipford and Bob (Sharon) Lipford; likewise made due by 17 incredible grandkids; a few nieces and nephews; she was gone before in death by her first spouse, James M. Whayne and her subsequent spouse, Leon Grogg; one girl, Leslie Portrey.
While at Dyersburg High School in Tennessee, Nancy was enlisted to go to Oakridge, Tennessee to deal with the exceptionally mysterious “Manhattan Project” to assist with building the Atomic Bomb. They became known as the “Nuclear Girls”. After WWII finished, she alongside her late spouse, James moved to Michigan where she went to work at the Clinton Valley Hospital in Pontiac.
She filled in as a medical caretaker for a very long time. After leaving Clarkston, she moved to Goodrich, living with her girl and child in-law Kelley and Fred Saber for a very long time. She had an uncommon bond with her canine Newman. Continuously encompassed by her grandkids and extraordinary grandkids. She was GG to her extraordinary grandchildren and consistently had an uncommon bond with them. A private help will be held.