Born July 30, 1951 to Jim and Jean (Gilbertson) Michaelis in San Francisco Ca. Graduated high school in Newcastle Wy. 1969 Attended University of Wyoming 1970 -71 Married: Frank (Jed) Rambin 1980 in Gillette, Wy., had son Josh, 1981. (Divorced in 1998). Moved to Sacramento 1998, Met future husband, John Kerhlikar in 1999. Cohabitated in 2001, Married: (11-1-11) in Maui, Hawaii. Survived by: husband John Kerhlikar, son, Josh Rambin, step daughters-in-law, Jamie (Kerhlikar) Price (husband, Rick) Sacramento Ca, Jodie (Kerhlikar) Robinson, (husband, Kevin) and step son-in-law, Johnathan Kerhlikar (wife, Cara). grand children: Jett Rambin, step grand childern: Libby and Maggie Price, and Joran Kerhlikar. Siblings: Jim Michaelis, Green Valley, Az., Tim Michaelis (wife, Vi) Loveland Co., Janie Sukut (husband, Scott) Bozeman, Mt. and Kim Michaelis (wife, Chris) San Diego, Ca. Numerous nieces and nephews, aunts uncles and cousins as well as her best friends: starting with her sister: Janie, - Pam Clarkson, Candy Calvert, Heather (Rand) Post, Pattie Moore, and Barbara Otey. And many others that she kept in touch with. Worked for the engineering firm of CH2MHill in Sacramento, Ca. as a graphic designer from 1998 until retirement in 2018. Hobbies: Travel, Golf, Reading, Painting, Cooking, and Shopping! The above doesn't due justice to the remarkable lady Nancy was. We all know what a beautiful person and how well read she was. She had the largest collection of books - that may rival many small libraries. And that doesn't include the hundreds of books on her Kindle. She was the most approachable person and least condescending person you would ever want to meet. She was a great listener, and loved a good personal story from anyone and everyone. Her letters where 'frameable' - she could have become a great writer. She brought life and fun to every party and would always be up for a night out. John and her traveled all over the U.S. and Canada and Europe many times over, and took several cruises in Europe and the Atlantic and Caribbean oceans. Even venturing to Africa and Madagascar. Many more travel plans were in the works when her time started to run out. All will miss her dearly.