Nancy Ann Morrell was born January 14, 1939 in Logan, Utah. From an early age she was active in and enjoyed school, loved to sew, and played the piano. She graduated from Box Elder High School in 1957. She attended BYU and got her bachelor's degree as a business teacher in June 1961. After teaching at Box Elder High School, she then returned to BYU to get a Master of Education degree and worked as a student teacher at BYU as she completed her degree.\nWhile at BYU, she met Darryl M. Stewart and they were sealed in the Logan Utah Temple on December 18, 1964. Darryl and Nancy's earthly life together abruptly ended in 1969 when Darryl tragically died in an accident. After Darryl's death, Nancy returned to Brigham City where she raised their three children, living in her home for almost 50 years. \nUpon returning to Brigham City, Nancy reconnected with several of her high school girl friends and felt truly blessed to be part of this amazing circle of women. They would meet regularly to share stories and offer support as they each raised their families.\nOnce Nancy's children were all in school, she returned to work as a teacher for the Box Elder School District. She taught the Brigham Office Occupational Training program (BOOT) for many years. After funding for the BOOT program ended, Nancy transferred to Bear River Middle School to teach keyboarding and computers until her retirement seven years later.\nNancy's home was always open to friends and family and she would spend many hours visiting with guests to her home while offering needed encouragement. She was affectionately called "Mom" by more than her own three children. She was a thoughtful listener, friend, and confidant to the countless friends who were blessed by her loving acts and words.\nTo many people in the Brigham City area, Nancy was known as the "Chocolate Lady" as she supplied thousands of pounds of quality dipping chocolate to the sweet-tooths in the community each year.\nOver the years, Nancy became an avid sports fan. She rarely missed a Jazz game and closely followed news about the team. She always rooted for her Alma Mater but enjoyed cheering for all the Utah schools in both basketball and football. \nNancy loved sewing all her life. Her beautiful handwork was meticulous and elegant. Everything she sewed was made with care and quality. After retiring, humanitarian sewing projects became her passion and joy. Her tally notebook showed that since 2007, she made and donated 764 flannel scrap baby quilts; 143 Hemstitched and crocheted baby blankets; 1,224 loom hats; 178 plush footballs sewn; and 298 burps and bibs. \nAs an active and faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Nancy taught and served in ward and stake Sunday School, Primary, Young Women's, and Relief Society callings. Her lessons were always focused on doctrine and thoughtfully prepared, allowing her to share her testimony in a profoundly personal way.\nClose family members preceding Nancy in death and waiting for her include:\nHer husband, Darryl Martin Stewart\nHer mother and father: Lyman Daines and Florence Nichols Morrell.\nHer mother and father-in-law: Gilbert Sheldon and Mary Isabel Martin Stewart\nHer older brother: Dwight Lyman Morrell\nHer sister-in-laws: Shirley Klingler Morrell and Tammy Sue Stewart\nHer brother-in-laws: John R Naumann and Gordon Gilbert Stewart\nClose family members who will miss her deeply and are saying goodbye to her today include:\nHer youngest daughter: Darrylann Stewart \nHer son: Travis Morrell Stewart and his wife Yeonhwa Kang Stewart with her three grandchildren:\n\tKylie Yena Stewart\n\tDarryl Caden Stewart\n\tDania Yeji Stewart\nHer oldest daughter: Lynette Stewart Hollingshead and her husband Jon W Hollingshead.\nAn older brother and her only sister:\n\tDavid Nichols Morrell (wife Shirley)\n\tRuth Morrell Naumann (husband John)\nAnd her two younger brothers and their wives:\n\tPaul Leslie and Kathleen Morrell\n\tClyde Ray and Rose Marie Morrell\nHer brothers and sister-in-law: David Randolph Stewart and wife Durrinda\nStephen Grainger Stewart and wife Donna\n\tAlice Virginia Stewart Scott and husband Gary\n\tDarcy Alan Stewart and wife Colleen\nAnd many beloved nieces and nephews; great-nieces and great-nephews.\nNancy passed at home, very happy and content, and surrounded by those she loved. In the end, Nancy wanted us all to know that there are no good-byes; only good memories.\nNancy's children would like to offer their sincere gratitude to all the family, friends and church-members who came to visit her over the past weeks to offer comfort and express their love. \nIn lieu of flowers please donate to the Nancy Ann Stewart Memorial Fund. Donations will be directed to student scholarships and humanitarian programs. You can donate online using Popmoney.com or send check or online payment to America First Credit Union, 35 E 100 S Brigham City Utah, 84302. Please direct donations to account 9106584 at America First Credit Union. Thank you for supporting Nancy's passions for education and humanitarian work.\nA viewing will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, December 6th at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 E 200 South, Brigham City, Utah\nAn additional viewing will be from 10:00 to 10:40 a.m. Friday, December 7th at the Brigham City 8th Ward, 139 E 300 North, Brigham City, Utah.\nFuneral will start at 11:30 a.m. Friday, December 7th at the Brigham City 8th Ward, 139 E 300 North, Brigham City, Utah, followed by a Family Luncheon.\nGraveside and Interment will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, December 8th at the Eastlawn Memorial Cemetery, 4800 N 650 E Street, Provo, Utah.