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Nancy Martin

Nancy Sue Martin (McKinzie)

Monday, September 20th, 1943 - Monday, April 27th, 2020
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Nancy Sue Martin, of Gonzales, passed away Monday, April 27, 2020 at the age of 76. She was born September 20, 1943 in Temple, Texas to Joel Feldon and Emma Bell (Sallie) Hewitt McKinzie.

Nancy was a cafeteria chef for GISD. With that, came a love for preparing meals and baking. She was famous for her chocolate cake and fresh baked bread. Nancy was also an excellent seamstress. When she wasn’t coloring with her great-granddaughter, Nancy would be found sewing an abundance of doll clothes for her. She thoroughly enjoyed that, along with her highly delighted Wal-Mart shopping trips.

Nancy was survived by her daughter, Sheryl Breitschopf (Dennis) of Gonzales, son, Michael Breitschopf of Seguin, sister, Mary Lou Sturgill of Arkansas, brother, Buddy McKinzie of San Antonio, grandchildren, Jeffery Breitschopf (Claire), Chris Kalina (Dusty), Chelsey Kalina (Benji), great-grandchildren, Delaynee Kalina, Liam Kalina, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, and son, Richard Allen Breitschopf.

The family wishes to protect their friends and loved ones by adhering to the city and county restrictions on mass gatherings concerning limiting the exposure to COVID-19. Funeral services will be private and for immediate family only. A visitation will be held Wednesday, April 29, 2020 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. at Seydler-Hill Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to: Heart to Heart Hospice, Austin. Friends may leave their condolences to the family by visiting Arrangements are under the care and direction of Seydler-Hill Funeral Home.
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Brenda Anderson

Posted at 03:35pm
I will deeply miss my Aunt Sue. She was so full of life, always happy and laughing. I have many wonderful memories that I will cherish forever. She was such a loving caring soul. I’m so thankful for all the times we spent together. To all of her friends and family may God give you comfort and lift your heavy heart. May he wrap you in love and comfort. May he be by your side during this time and reassure you that we will all dwell together in his house when our time has come. For God is our savior. I love you Aunt Sue.


Susan K Ward

Posted at 10:19am
Sheryl You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Sorry for your loss.
Darwin & Susan Ward

Kim Maple

Posted at 10:00am
Aunt Sue was loved by so many. She had a free spirit about her, she would laugh till tears rolled down her face and then laugh some more. I will always remember dancing in her kitchen and staring at her as she did her make up. She will be missed by all who knew her and loved her. Praying for Gods love and comfort to surround each of you.

Kenneth Mckinize

Posted at 06:25pm
Sue was loved by all who knew her. She never lost her positive outlook on life even though she suffered these last years.
She will be missed

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