In Memory

Nancy Aimes (Mayo)

Nancy is survived by her husband Mark Mayo, HHS class of 64, son Riff and two grandsons. Her sister Darlene Aimes Walters, HHS clas of 61. Nancy graduated with the HHS class of 1964 but always felt part of the classes of 1963 and 1965

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07/11/20 01:30 PM #1    

Carol Huber (O'Keefe)

I'm so sorry to learn of Nancy's passing. Heartfelt wishes to her family. I'm sure many of your 64 and 65 class mates wil think of you fondly. 
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07/19/20 03:09 PM #2    

Phil Ramsey

This statement is from Helene Metzgar Rood


I decided to use my space to try and put in words a tribute to my friend Nancy Aimes Mayo. Many of you know she graduated in 1964, but she always said, " I went to school with the classes of 1963 and 1965 too".
On April 5th, Palm Sunday, her husband Mark called to let me know that my long time friend was gone. It was a shock, and although unsubstantiated, my guess is a heart attack. The past few years had been full of health issues.
I have known Nancy since Fishback dance studio days, grade school, and then at Jefferson Jr. High we became "sister" friends.
We had some wonderful times of dance recitals, conventions and competitions. Road trips to Gallup for Ceremonial, and prom, in her convertible. For many years she lived and worked in Oklahoma City. When she moved back to Albuquerque we had time to meet for breakfast, lunch, dinner, events and reconnecting with, and sharing new friends.
Nancy had an enthusiasm for time with friends, her son and grandsons, and the last 8 1/2 years with Mark.
I miss my friend and will always be grateful for the years and happy times we got to enjoy. Nancy Noreen Aimes 3-1946--4-2020 RIP


07/19/20 07:42 PM #3    

Larry Wyatt

Very nice of you Phil to make an In Memory for Nancy. Thanks.

Nancy was my neighbor. Lived 3 blocks north of me on Laguayra. My first big date was walking her home from Zia Elementary in 3rd grade...circa 1954. During High School we had a 'thing'...when I passed her house I would honk my horn "Beep Beep". When she passed my house she would honk her horn "Beep Beep"...The neighbors complained. We didn't care. We just kept doing it. Now that I'm older I guess she was flirting with me. And that makes me glad.

So Long Nancy. Beep Beep.

07/28/20 03:57 PM #4    

Helen Rankin (Bamert)

I was very saddened to learn of Nancy's passing. My condolences to her family.

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