It will come as no surprise that Nana was most eager to let the umpire know when she did not agree with a call that had been made against her grandson.
She spent her earliest years in Green Bay and before entering grade school her family relocated to Eau Claire.
While at Royal, Nancy wore many hats.
Nancy married Jack Genrich on July 3, 1959, and together they had one daughter, Shelly.
Over the course of her career, she was shot at more than once, stalked, engulfed by tear gas, burned from the cigarette of an angry protester and accompanied police on drug raids.
Nancy McCauley 76, of Groves died Friday May 25, 2012 at Cypress Glen East Nursing Home in Port Arthur.
Our thoughts will be with you and your family in future days as time brings back beautiful memories that overshadow the sufferings.
October 8, 2020 After 36 years of devoted service to Royal Credit Union, Nancy McCauley is entering retirement.