Nancy Chillog


11:00 am
Saturday, October 30, 2021
St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church
217 Lenore Dr
Saskatoon , Saskatchewan, Canada

Obituary of Nancy Isabelle Chillog

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Nancy Isabelle Chillog (née Nelson) passed away peacefully on Oct. 22, 2021. Born in Yorkton on June 11, 1963, she attended Angus Spice Elementary, St. Joseph’s Junior High, and Yorkton Regional High School. She was a talented and dedicated figure skater with the Yorkton Figure Skating Club who also coached in Preeceville and Sturgis. After high school, she studied commercial cooking at Kelsey Institute in Saskatoon and briefly studied at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Education. She took a summer job with the university’s Division of Audio Visual Services and enjoyed it so much that she left school to work there full time. She made lifelong friends during her time on campus. Nancy married Kenneth Chillog on July 21, 1989 and they had two daughters, Amy and Ashley. In 1996, she began her career as an administrative assistant at Yorkton Aircraft Service, where she loved her job and the people she worked with for many years. In 2019, Nancy and Ken moved to Saskatoon to join their daughters. She loved her family and friends, cooking, managing Ashley’s soccer team, watching Amy perform in plays, and having (large) backyard fires where she couldn’t be parted from her poking stick. She is predeceased by her mother, Isabelle Nelson. Nancy is lovingly remembered by her husband of 32 years, Kenneth Chillog; her daughters Ashley Chillog and Amy Putnam (Christopher); granddaughter Lydia Putnam; father Randall Nelson; sisters Helen Nelson (Jude Keast) and Carolyn Hindmarsh (Bruce); brothers Fred Nelson (Janet Vesterback) and Byron Nelson; sister-in-law Sheri Coutts (Les); nephews Joseph Coutts, Logan Coutts (Leta), Connor Nelson, Matt Hindmarsh, Sam Hindmarsh (Bailey); and nieces Bethany Hindmarsh (Warren Heiti) and Severn Nelson (Cory Price). The funeral will be at St. Anne’s Parish in Saskatoon at 11 am on Saturday, Oct. 30, and will be livestreamed at

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