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Lana Nord

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Lana Nord

Wenatchee, WA

And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.” ~ Paul McCartney, with The Beatles, from “The End.”

On November 27th, 2011, Heaven called one of it’s angels home. During her time here, Lana Nord touched the lives of many people and each of those people were better for her touch. She was a warm and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, as well as a kind and faithful friend. Lana was not inclined towards loud, public declarations of her faith, but chose instead to quietly lead people towards it by simply living an exemplary Christian life. She worked all her life, even after being disabled and strove to be the best at whatever work she was given. She was a voracious reader and spent many an hour of her leisure time curled up with a book. She taught herself how to paint and created many beautiful craft projects. Although she was a very shy person, she stunned family and friends by performing on stage in live theatre productions. She also liked to garden, particularly pruning her rose bushes. But by far, her favorite activity was doting and loving on her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her father, Charles Agan of Chelan; and her mother, Mary (Linn) Agan, also of Chelan. She is survived by her brothers, Rick Agan and Bill Agan both of Chelan; husband, Greg Nord of the home; her son, Jon Waterman of Bruneau, ID; her daughter, AnaMaree Ordway of Wenatchee; three grandchildren, Collum Waterman, Jake Ordway and Ciara Waterman; and three great-granddaughters, Payton Garcia-Ordway, Sienna Waterman and Bailey Waterman.

Matt 25:21

Well done, good and faithful servant!”

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