Lannette Pancoast

Died: May 11, 2015
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Lannette “Nana” (Seaver) Pancoast, 56, of Binghamton was taken from this world unexpectedly due to a brief illness on Monday, May 11, 2015. She was predeceased by her parents Walter and Marjorie Seaver. She was a devoted mother to her children, a daughter Jamie (John) Helstein, Windsor; two sons Steve “Squeaker” (Heather) Pancoast, Binghamton and Lee (Katie) Pancoast, Vestal; a loving “Nana” to her grandchildren Olivia; Autumn; Johnny; Landon and Rosalyn. She was also survived by two sisters Marion (Kimber) Anderson, Endicott and Rita Heeter, Jacksonville, FL; a brother Robert (Donna) Seaver, Endicott and also several nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends, Kristin and Rob, Kristina, and countless others. Lannette devoted 25 years of her life to the day habilitation program at ACHIEVE touching the lives of many, where she will be deeply missed by the family she developed there over the years. Lannette’s greatest joy in life was her family. She was incredibly proud of her children, and would constantly brag about their accomplishments. When she became a Nana, life couldn’t get any better. She absolutely adored her grandchildren and was their #1 fan. She enjoyed spending time at the beach, and taking in the sun any chance she got. She also enjoyed her new found love of sailing with her special friend, Joe. Most importantly, Mom will be forever remembered for that smile of hers. Her smile had a way of reminding you that life is not that bad; that it will get better, and that life is too precious to be so serious. We all love and will miss you more than words can express. “No regrets”.
Funeral Services will be held Sunday 1 pm from the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 East Main Street, Endicott, with the Reverend David Seaver, cousin of Lannette officiating. Burial will be in Riverhurst Cemetery, Endicott at the convenience of the family. The family will receive friends at the Allen Memorial Home Sunday from 10 am until service time at 1 pm. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy in her memory may be made to ACHIEVE, 125 Cutler Pond Road, Binghamton, NY 13905.

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Date: Sunday, May 17, 2015

Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm


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Date: Sunday, May 17, 2015

Time: 1:00 pm -


 

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Wendy olson posted on5/13/15

Thankyou for being such a wonderful inspiration and friend to all of your "special family" you will be remembered always. Fly high with the Angels.

 

Rick & Amy Allen posted on5/16/15

Steve & Lee, We are very sorry for your loss. May the memories offer some comfort and the prayers from your family and friends lift you up. It never gets easier you just adjust to your new normal. Prayers for strength to you and your families. Rick & Amy Allen

 

Jamie Bryant posted on5/15/15

I knew lannette! I used to go see her when there wasn't work in the workshop i saw her in her office! She made me smile! I will miss her! I know her daughter too! She is just like her mom! Like mom like daughter I say! She makes me smile too that's why I said she's like her mom! Sorry for your loss!

 

Jamie bryant posted on5/15/15

I am so sorry for your loss! I knew lannette some! I visited her in her office when there wasn't work in the workshop! I will miss her so much! She was always happy! She made me smile! I know her daughter some too! She is just like her mom! Happy always! I know she got that from her mom! Like mother like daughter i say! She also has her smile! Sorry again for loss!

 

Christopher & Kathryn Cooper posted on5/14/15

Steve and to all of the Pancoast family. I'm humbley sorry for your loss. Steve you and I have been friends for such along time from our days at Broome Amb. I never got chance to meet your mom. It sounds like she was a wonderful women and mom. Again I'm sorry buddy for your loss. We will be thinking of you and your family in this difficult time.

 

Jean Bolden posted on5/14/15

I can remember a lot about Lannette. I started to work back in 2007 and the second face I meet was Lannette and greeted me with open arms and welcome me ARC at the time. Than same year we had a fundraiser and it was bowling. We were asked to bowl against the Admin team. There was 5 of us that was trainers and Hap Spec. against Admin. We were having a lot of fun. Yes that year we won. Lannette, I can hear you saying to me Jean , when I got a spare or a stick. But this year that I have been there is 8 yrs. Lannette would all was talk to staff in the hallway. She was all was there for us. Lannette , I just want to say that I will be missing you very much. Like today at work I walked past your office and a tear came to my face. I just was thinking you will not calling me name anymore. But you are in my heart for ever.

 

Debbie Owen posted on5/14/15

I worked with Lannette several years ago at ACHIEVE and have nothing but fond memories of her. My condolences to her family and everyone at ACHIEVE.

 

Mary Jo Thorn posted on5/14/15

On behalf of Lannette's Achieve family, I extend to her family our heartfelt sympathies. Lannette was an amazing woman whose spirit touched the lives of so many people. Her kind nature and contagious and beautiful smile will always be remembered. Our hearts and prayers are with you all.

 

Lynn Edick posted on5/14/15

It is with deep sadness that I am writing this condolence. I know how dedicated she was to her children and grandchildren. She was a wonderful person and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Love to all who loved her. I will remember many fun times when we were much younger.

 

Patty Lindow posted on5/13/15

I knew Lannette from working at Day Hab at Achieve. Always was there to talk to when needing advice. Always had a smile on her face and a positive word to say even in the heated moments that arouse there. Very caring and dedicated lady to ALL. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends .

 

Leanne Branning posted on5/13/15

My memories of my friend are all beautiful and fun. She was a special woman and her daughter was right on when she spoke of her smile. She had a great sense of humor and a wonderful heart and I will always remember her with fondness. She is missed already and all my prayers and condolences to her kids. She did a wonderful job in raising them to be wonderful people.

 

sheila jackson posted on5/13/15

Lanette had a spirit about her that we all wish we had. The times that we were with family she just had a bliss about her with her children and grandchildren... I am sure there are so many broken hearts today, but thank God we knew and loved her.....

 

Tim and Chris O'Neill posted on5/16/15

Steve and Lee, we are very sorry for you're loss.

 

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