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In Memory

Nancy Feldman (Siefer)

Nancy Feldman (Siefer)


Nancy Feldman Siefer of Tempe, AZ

After a battle with cancer Nancy passed away the evening of March 21, 2024

Nancy and husband Stu Siefer, originally hailing from Detroit, moved to Tempe in 1970 after completing a tour with the Peace Corps in Honduras.

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Adult Education/Linguistics at Arizona Stqte University and taught for over 20 years at Glendale Community College. Her profile indicated she taught English, literature and Yoga in Tempe, Arizona:

A retired English professor who taught at Arizona State University and the Maricopa Community Colleges, Nancy volunteered for the Jewish Organization of Tempe, the precursor to the East Valley JCC; the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, where she taught English to juvenile inmates in the now-defunct Madison Street Jail; the Brandeis National Committee Phoenix Chapter; Sun Sounds of Arizona; Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County; and at AZJHS, where she helped record, transcribe and catalog oral histories.

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03/23/24 05:29 PM #1    

Barbara Finkel (Leviton)

Nancy was always a doer and a giver.  I found a picture of our soriety at Wayne State Univerity. Also, we kept in touch until two days before she passed away. Nancy certainly was 10**** ,

04/09/24 01:50 PM #2    

Sanford Braver

Nancy and Stu and I all arrived in Tempe in 1970. That year, if memory serves, we ran into one another walking our babies (hers were twins). We remained somewhat friendly and even jointly arranged (together with Audrey Feldman) a Phoenix-area Mumford 61 mini-reunion, probably in 2001. Nancy was a class act, and will be missed. Heartfelt condolences to Stuart. 

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