EMBER SUSANNE NELSON-OTT
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EMBER SUSANNE NELSON-OTT Passed away April 29th at 32 years old. Her father Tracy Ott moved to Boulder City when she was 4, along with her brothers Brian Ott and Brandon Ott. There probably wasn't anyone in town she didn't know as she was always out and about and loved by everyone. She lived at home with her father and step mother Tonya Ott of 20 years. She also had a step sister Brandy Sandoval. Services are pending.


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Published in Boulder City Review on May 14, 2020.
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May 26, 2020
We were long time friends of Ember's grandfather, Herb. He was always delighted when talking about Ember, Brian & Brandon. I remember brushing Ember's beautiful hair, 25+ years ago, as I helped her & her brothers get ready for school. She was such a sweet, gentle spirit, grateful for the help those couple of days. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Tracy, Tonya and family. Sincerely, Ginny & Gary Noffsinger, North Bend, Oregon
Ginny Noffsinger
Friend
May 26, 2020
Ill miss you.....say hi to Casey for me..
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Friend
May 24, 2020
Ember showed me so much in life and I am forever grateful for her. I would not be the person I am today had I never met her. Ember you ment so much to everyone and you will be forever loved sister.
-Nick
Nicholas Cosgrove
Friend
May 23, 2020
Loved ember like a big sister and was always loveing and careing and had a big heart i miss her
Larissa
Friend
May 23, 2020
He was the best friend I have ever had. She was funny, witty, had personality for days, she was always helping anyone she could. I have known Ember for 20 yrs and spent the last 10 of them with ever everyday. She is and always will be loved a d missed... sleep with the Angel's love face.... I love you Ember!
With love always,
Jenn Thien
Jennifer Thien
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