Loren Nancarrow: September 27, 1953 – December 28, 2013

The Nancarrow Project

Here I sit, 24 years old, writing my father’s obituary on his banged-up old macbook that boasts an array of cool stickers, including the kayaker symbol he also had tattooed on his right shoulder. ‘SUSIE’ was tattooed on his opposite side.  His stuff is all around me; a dad-scented sweatshirt across my lap, old photos of him with a big ol’ smile revealing his trademark diastema on the shelf to my right, his favorite headphones curled up on the table in front of me. But it’s not just his things that are here, he is here too.

Dad, we’re all going to be alright. We are at peace knowing you are now free. We miss you and love you forever and beyond.



September 27, 1953 – December 28, 2013

Loren Alan Nancarrow, longtime San Diego TV icon, organic gardener and conservationist, passed away Saturday, December 28, 2013 at…

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3 thoughts on “Loren Nancarrow: September 27, 1953 – December 28, 2013

  1. ❤️THANK YOU Hannah,
    🌹YOU, my dear are a BLESSING to YOUR PARENTS‼️
    🌹YOUR PARENTS are PROUD of YOU and YOU are once again showing them that YOU can HANDLE what has been GIVEN to YOU‼️

  2. Dear Hannah. Such a wonderful tribute to your dad. I know he was so proud of you. May your family find peace in knowing that he is no longer in pain and forever doing his environment thing in heaven. Will light a candle tonight during your beach ceremony. Hugs. Jackie

  3. Thank you for taking us along and sharing everything with us. Love you Hannah. .Loren is free of pain. And he did not really leave, for his spirit will live on in all our hearts!♥ Wishing you all well! Happy New Year to you and your family.

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