Getting to know Nancy Corbige
|Greetings from Nancy Corbige,|
Nancy became a member of Grace in August 2021, and she has been attending for a couple of years before that. She came to live neighboring the church June 2018 (four years ago). She has been attending church regularly and has now more recently begun to assist in the new season of Sunday school. She also represents our church in the partnership of churches for Potawatomie Habitat for Humanity. Nancy also participated in the call committee, placing our new pastor and regularly volunteers working with the rummage sale.
Nancy grew up in Morton Grove and attended a Catholic church in Niles up until 16 years old, when her parents divorced, and then hadn’t attended church for 10 years. Once married, she attended a Methodist church in Glenview and lived in Rolling Meadows before moving to our neighborhood.
Nancy has a daughter, Laura, who is 25 years old and just beginning her fourth year of grad school in Boston, with focus on Forensic Psychology. She will be called Dr. Corbige in 2024.
As a Licensed Massage Therapist (12 years), Nancy is actively working to grow her practice here in Lily Lake, with locations also in Hoffman Estates and DesPlaines. She worked 18 years for AT&T (in Desktop Publishing and as an Administrative Assistant) until her layoff in 2008. That was her opportunity to go back to school for a year to become certified, gaining her Illinois State License and is also Nationally Board Certified for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (BCTMB).
Nancy says, “I am so grateful to be a part of the Grace Lutheran family, and I look forward to helping the church grow. To love God and to love one another is what it’s all about. Hopefully we all keep it as simple as that and spread that love around. I’m so grateful to be with those wanting to do just that same thing. Thank you!”
Nancy, I miss you!
I am sure that you know that your aunt Janice has passed!
Now she will get to see so many that has passed before us.
I'm feeling good but wonder when I will see the rest of the clan.
Hope all is good for you and yours!
Big hugs Roger!