Nancy Emerson Post of Clarence, a former college and hospital administrator, died Wednesday in the Center for Hospice & Palliative Care, Cheektowaga. She was 75.
Born Nancy Gullette in Denver, she attended school in Muncie, Ind., and earned her bachelor's degree from Barnard College in New York City. She completed her master's degree and all of her doctoral studies except the dissertation at Indiana University.
Before moving to the Buffalo area in 1967, she was dean of student affairs at Eastern New Mexico University, dean of students at Wilmington College in Ohio and dean of women at Alfred University.
After her divorce, she was director of admissions at Calasanctius School, then administrative control clerk at Erie County Medical Center. She retired in 1997.
Active in First Presbyterian Church for 35 years, she served as a deacon, trustee and member of the pastoral nominating committee and Bible study. She also was a member of the Clarence Contemporary Club.
She enjoyed reading, poetry and knitting.
Surviving are four daughters, Martha M. Anderson and Jennifer L., both of Clarence Center, Susan E. Nadrich of East Amherst and Catherine J. Gowron of Clarence; and six grandchildren.
A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in First Presbyterian Church of Clarence, 9675 Main St.