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Nanette 'Nanny' Pompa

Aug 23, 2016 From staff reports

Nanette "Nanny" Pompa of Lander died at her home on Wednesday, July 27, 2016.

She was 55 years old.

A memorial service celebrating her life is at 10 a.m.on Friday, Aug. 26, at the Sawmill Campground group shelter in the Sinks Canyon.

Nanny Pompa was born Feb. 19, 1961, in Heber City, Utah, to Martin Keith and Kathy Ann (Sharer) Allison.

When she was a young child the family moved to Lander, where she lived for the last 48 years.

While in Lander she raised two children, was a direct support professional at the Wyoming Life Resource Center and married and cared for the love of her life, Victor Pompa, who died in 2015.

"She loved sitting on her porch watching sunsets and sunrises, listening to thunderstorms, and the companionship of her pets," family members said.

"Above all she loved being a mother and grandmother, and special times with her family and friends.

"The following saying was very special to her: 'Please try not to be sad for me, try to understand, God is taking care of me I'm in the shelter of his hands. I'll be the first face you see when you get here.'"

She is survived by her son, Jason Roemmich; daughter Patricia Marnell and her husband, Robert; grandchildren Isaac, Andrew, and Elliana Marnell; brothers Bret Allison and wife Joann, Donn Collins and wife Sue, Shawn Collins, Alan Allison; and her sister, Michelle Jibben.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Victor Pompa; her mother, Kathy Collins; her aunt, Carmen; and her grandparents.

Arrangements under the direction of Davis Funeral Home www.TheDavisFuneralHome.com.

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