Nancy L. Isner
October 8, 1952~ January 24, 2017

Nancy L. Isner, age 64, of Erie, passed away Wednesday, January 24, 2017. She was born in Jamestown, NY on October 8, 1952.

Nancy was a lifelong Elvis fan, enjoyed her boxers, and traveling with her family.

She is survived by her husband, David Isner; her mother, Starr Bennett; one daughter, Tayler Hardee; three sons, Timothy, Tad, and Tod Trickler; one sister, Ginger Robinson (Wayne); four brothers, Timothy Bennett (Michelle), Liberty Bennett, Wade Smith, and Mark McCray; five grandchildren, Mia Lanier, Jason McCoy, Cody Ross, Dillion and Cindy Trickler; her in-laws, Wanda Brunner, Kathy and Bryce Hair, Bobby and Gloria Isner; and many nieces and nephews. Nancy was preceded in death by her stepfather, Donald Bennett; and one brother, Donald Smith.

The family would like to thank the staff at DaVita for the wonderful care given to Nancy.

Private interment was held.


If you would like to share your memories, pictures or leave comments about or to Nancy, please email here.

Nancy loved songs by Elvis  This is one for you Nancy

January 27, 2017
To the Entire Isner Family, So Very Sorry for your loss. She fought long and hard, May She Rest in Peace.
 Forever a Friend to David and the Family.
Rosie Myers ECF, Belltown, Pa

January 27, 2017
You were always so very kind to all of us and I shall always remember us together as kids playing with our brothers and sisters. You will be missed by all who knew you!
Your Cousin,
Marty Moore

January 26, 2017
To Nancy's Family,
What a wonderful loving person!!! I will never forget her laugh and her smile.. Heaven has gained another angel..
You have our deepest sympathy..
God Bless You.
Georgia Sipple, Summerville, SC
January 26, 2017
Dave, we're sending you our love and condolences,  we'll miss her deeply.
I'm sorry we won't be able to make it to the funeral,
I have kemo starting again ,my cancer has returned for a second time.
Uncle Irvin & Aunt Bertha Moore
Titusville, PA

January 26, 2017
Wanda and family,

I am so sorry for the loss of your sister in law Nancy. She will always have a place at Life Ever After and just know that I believe that she is with our Lord and you will see her again.
Margaret Harrison


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