Nancy Jo Reinert Cluck

Nancy Jo Reinert Cluck

Nancy Jo Reinert Cluck, 57, Cosby, Missouri died Monday, February 4, 2013 at her home.

She was born August 18, 1955 to Robert and Barbara Deal in St. Joseph, Missouri, where she has lived all her life.

Nancy graduated from Central High School in 1973.

She was in the banking business from 1973-1982 and worked at Weyerhauser Paper Company from 1982-1988. She broke and trained Quarter Horses till 1989.

Nancy started her career in Real Estate at Coldwell Banker General Properties on December 7, 1987, where she worked until her passing.  Nancy was recognized as the #1 agent for over 19 years and in 1996 was honored by the St. Joseph Regional Association of Realtors as the Agent of the Year.  She enjoyed a reputation for being a knowledgeable and professional Realtor.  She served her customers for years as the Nanny R Team, which consisted of her daughter Bobbi Howe and Kathleen Saulan.   She was extremely loyal and loved her Coldwell Banker family.  She was widely respected and will be missed by her many friends throughout the St. Joseph real estate community.

She loved her career of helping people, and enjoyed her horses and pets, especially her dog CeBe, who people often mistook for the Coldwell Banker Dog.

She was preceded in death by her father.

Survivors: husband; Darrell Cluck; daughter, Bobbi Jo Howe (Ryan), St. Joseph, Missouri; brothers, Dennis “Deno” (Lisa), Savannah, Missouri, Mike (Judi),Loveland, Colorado, and Gregory “Butch” Deal (Mitzi), Loveland, Colorado; mother, Barbie Jo Deal, Savannah, Missouri; one grandchild, Alexander Jameson Howe; and several nieces and nephews.

Services:  3:00 P.M. Friday, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery.  The family will receive friends 5:00 to 7:00 P.M. Thursday, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory.  Flowers are appreciated and for those wishing to make a contribution, the family requests they be made to Broken Creek Youth Ranch, 9902 S W Hwy 31, Stewartsville, Missouri 64490.

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Messages of Condolence

  1. Carole Silcott & family says:

    Our hearts go out to Nancy’s family. She was a beautiful person inside and out. She was not only a friend, but one of my favorite realtors at Coldwell Banker.

  2. Linda Landes says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Nancy’s family.Knowing that Nancy loved horses I would always send her some photos of different breeds. I sent Nancy an email asking is she was going to attend CHS’s 40th class reunion and she said that she was looking forward to it. I know that she will be with us at the reunion. Again, please accept my deepest condolences..God Bless

  3. Janelle Dickinson says:

    My thoughts & prayers go out to all of Nancy’s family. I enjoyed my years working on the Nanny R Team, she taught me so much, I still use many of the lessons in my own business. Nancy had a smile & laughter that could light up a room. Bobbi she was so proud to have you as her daughter! Smile at the memories. My sympathy to all.

  4. Kayla Stafford Hughes says:

    My thoughts and prayers go to the family and many friends Nancy had. She was a wonderful person and will be truly missed. My sympathy to all.

  5. Terry Nance says:

    My thoughts & prayers for all of Nancy’s family. Nancy I are were best friends in high school. She always had the most beautiful smile & we had so much fun! She will be missed!

  6. Susan Dennis Angell says:

    I first met Nancy in kindergarten at Pickett grade school. I have fond memories of her as a classmate all through grade school and Central. I hadn’t seen her in many years but had heard from others that she was still a wonderful person. My heart and prayers go out to those left behind. May God wrap his arms around you at this time.

  7. Bill Euler says:

    After having gone all through High School with Nancy, but not really knowing her, i started working along side of her went i entered the Real Estate industry in 2000 at Coldwell Banker. I recently saw another friend put it right on saying that she had never seen anyone work so hard and make so many friends by just being passionate about her business and putting her clients needs first. After i left St. Joseph in 2005 to enter the K. C. market we continued to catch up on each others business and pass referrals back and forth. I will genuinely miss Nancy and her kind ways. God Bless and RIP! My thoughts and heart felt prayers go out to the family and coworkers.

  8. Linda (Neiderhauser) Wiggins says:

    My heart just broke when I heard the sad news of Nancy’s passing. I worked with Nancy for many years in real estate and she truly left an impact on me. She set the bar high for those around her, with her strong ethic for her work, and for life. Her beautiful smile was contagious and so was her energy. My prayers go out to Nancy’s daughter Bobbie, and her mother and brothers, and to all those in the real estate community.

  9. Sandy Blair, Preferred Title of St. Joseph says:

    It was always a pleasure working with Nancy over the years. She was truly a professional and so dedicated to her clients. There are no words that can ease their pain, but my prayers go out to all her family, friends and co-workers. May they trust and lean on God to help them through their grief.

  10. Judith Geiger says:

    Nancy was a wonderful friend and Realtor. She will be greatly missed.
    Our sincere condolences to Bobbi Jo and all of the family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. May you have the Peace that passes all understanding.

  11. Elizabeth Eisenberg-Moore says:

    Meeting Nancy Jo as a young girl it was pure pleasure. Her beautiful spirit shone even at a young age.
    She came to take care of my oldest daughter, Joyce when her baby sister was born. Joyce has always remembered her as sweet happy lady.
    My codolences go out to her family.
    We were step-cousins through Kermit and Kathryn Deal.

  12. Vikki Crouch says:

    I think of Nancy and smile. She was dedicated to her mother, her family, her clients, her daughter, and to her friends. I remember her thoughtfulness when someone around her was in need, her professional work ethic, and her generous spirit as she expressed gratitude and kindness. Her smile and laughter were refreshing. Her self-discipline set a standard for excellence in many areas of her life. I think of Nancy and smile…I think of Nancy and say, “Thank You, Lord, for Nancy Jo Reinert Cluck.”

  13. Don and Joan Peterson says:

    We had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know Nancy when we listed our home with her. She worked so hard to get our home sold. She was a joy to work with and such a go-getter. She loved life and all around her. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and co-workers. She will truly be missed.

  14. Bobbi Howe says:

    Thank you all for the kind words about my mom. They mean the world to Darrell, myself and the rest of the family. I know she is looking down and smiling knowing all the lives she’s touched. Much love to you all.

  15. Monte Reinert says:

    I knew Nancy when she was young and fresh out of high school seeking a route to unlease her ambition and talent. I could see then that she was an exceptional person and her accomplishments are no surprise to me. Sadly, for those she loved and who loved her, her life has ended. She lives on, as we all eventually will, through our children. Bobbi Jo was her pride and joy as she is to many of us.

  16. Darrell Cluck says:

    I want to thank everyone for sharing their condolences for Nancy. I have been blessed to have had her in my life for a brief period of time, and my life has become more enriched because of her. She was a remarkable person, who not afraid to take on any new challenge that came along, and she kept me hoppin’ to keep up with her. She so loved her work and the clients and other agents she worked with. She had countless friends, and I’ve been blessed to become acquainted with a few of them. You all will never know how much I and Bobbi appreciate the outpouring of love and support we have received. I am in awe of how many lives she touched and blessed. Thank you all so much.

  17. Donna Ussary says:

    Bobbi Jo we were so blessed to have your family as our neighbors, Nancy made wonderful cocoanut cream pies that she would share. You were our grandaughter. We loved you all so much and our hearts go out to you now.

  18. Robidoux Realty (Jesse & Brenda Blackmon, Jason & Jeanette Dunbar) says:

    Our condolences go out to Nancy’s family. Nancy touched so many lives in so many ways. She will be missed by us at Robidoux Realty. This sounds so cliche’ but there are not words to express the sorrow of Nancy’s passing.
    I spoke with Nancy a few days ago when she called to show a property I have listed. It makes me realize that we should perhaps slow down and take a few seconds to speak with friends & acquaintances because that moment and that day will never come this way again. We were all the better for knowing Nancy.

  19. Marcy Flowers says:

    We met Nancy years ago in the horse show
    realm and had contact over the years. We bought two homes using her as a realtor and was so impressed with her professionalism. She was always cheerful and a joy to be around. Our thoughts and prayers to you her family during this time of loss.

  20. Rob Houp says:

    I have nothing but good thoughts of Nancy. I so admired her as I followed her career, and all the accomplishments she achieved, never hesitated to say “she’s my cousin”, you know!
    She has always held a special place in my Dad’s heart, “Uncle Bob”. The Houp family will certainly miss her warm and friendly smile…

  21. Lower and Marie Colley says:

    Darrel, although we did not have the privilege of knowing Nancy, just by reading the comments by others, she was an amazing person. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this time. May God give you strength.

  22. Robert Fast, MD says:

    I just learned about Nancy today & am both shocked & almost speechless. She was one of the most lovely & lively ladies I have known in my life; someone whom I admired greatly. The world is simply not as bright or colorful w/o her.

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