• Nanette Iryne Yost Fluck

  • Nanette Iryne Yost Fluck, 89, died September 8, 2019, at The Landing at Willow Grove. She was the daughter of Ambler Fire Chief 1937-1947 Clarence (Jake) Yost & Anna Lapetina Yost of Ambler, PA. Nanette attended St. Anthony's Grade School and graduated from Ambler High School in the Class of 1947.  She was predeceased in 2007 by her loving husband of 57 years, Albert Fluck; and in 2012 by her cherished sister Marion Yost Ray.  She is survived by her four children - Eve (Joe), Bob (Suzy), Jerri, and Mary; along with eight grandchildren - Marion Nanette, Scott, Jason, Jennifer, Jessica, Emily, John, Heidi;  and seven great grandchildren.

     
    Nan was well known for her fine secretarial skills and retired in 2007 from Dr. Albert Harrison's opthalmology office in Ambler. Her volunteer efforts for The Whitpain Ambler Wissahickon Alumni Association were appreciated by many. Nan was a life long member of St. Anthony's Church in Ambler. She and Al loved to have parties at their home in Ft. Washington. They also tremendously enjoyed, and were very involved with, big band jazz. Nan and Al traveled to numerous locations in the U.S.A. to enjoy and help with jazz band performances, particularly those of their friend, Stan Kenton and his Orchestra.
     
    There was a private family burial at Rose Hill Cemetery.  A memorial celebration will be held Saturday, October 5th from 1-4pm at Shaeff-Myers Funeral Home, 145 Tennis Avenue, Ambler, PA.  Family led prayer, and memory sharing, will be at 3pm.
     
    In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to:  St. Anthony's Church, Ambler, PA;  Jazz Education Network at Jazzednet.org;  Alzheimer's at ALZ.org.
     
    Arrangements by Shaeff-Myers Funeral Home
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    • Nan! You were the tried and true KENTON LADY — no other could have been who you were ! Thanks for you your husband and daughter’s promoting Krntonia! You were ‘numero uno’ in supporters of Stan Kenton!

      Rest In Peace!
      Tony Agostinelli

      September 18, 2019 Anthony J Agostinelli
    • A loss for the wonderful Ambler community in which I grew up.

      My father, Dr. Albert Harrison, always spoke so fondly of Nan. She was so sweet and goodness knows, must have had the patience of an Angel…

      Best wishes to all of her loving family.

      September 18, 2019 Howard Harrison
    • I have fond memories of great conversations with Nan while waiting for my appointments with Doctor Harrison. She went to high school with my Uncle, James M. Gant, and knew both my grandparents. She often told me wonderful stories about 1940’s Ambler. It was always a pleasure to chat with her. She was a gem. My sincere condolences to her family.

      September 18, 2019 Steven Vause
    • Nan was so kind and welcoming to me when I joined the family. I will never forget her big smile and giving nature. I am so sorry for your loss.

      October 8, 2019 Amy Lapetina
    • Really going to miss you, Nan. You were so gracious and nice to me as a second cousin. And thank you for sharing all those Lapetina family stories over the years. Loved visiting you and Al almost every time we returned to PA to visit. Say Hi to Al for me. Love, Tony

      October 8, 2019 Tony Lapetina

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