Nancy "Debbie" Belcher

Charleston, WV

Nancy "Debbie" Belcher

Nancy “Debbie” Love Belcher, 72, of Kanawha City, went to be with her Heavenly Father on August 30, 2022.

Debbie was a 1968 graduate of Sherman High School in Seth, WV. She graduated as a Registered Nurse from the University of Charleston in 1988. She was a dedicated and loving nurse who worked for CAMC for over 25 years.

Debbie attended Kanawha City Baptist Church. She enjoyed spending time with her beloved family and dogs. She was frequently seen walking her dogs in the community. Debbie faithfully collected “J” dollars to donate to the Children’s Cancer Society each month.

She was proceeded in death by her husband and love of her life, Gary Belcher, parents, Charles Edward Love and Mary Louise Love; and siblings, Buddy Love, Faith Berry, Sandi Stickling, Gary Love, and Rick Love.

Debbie leaves behind her sons Jack “JD” (Christina) Belcher and Gary Scott (Heather) Belcher; granddaughters, Maeghan Belcher and Autumn Belcher; siblings, Larry (Donna) Love and Robin Leadingham; and her fur babies, Charlie and Hoppy.

A private celebration of her life will be held for family.

In lieu of flowers, those wishing to honor her memory may make donations to the National Children’s Cancer Society, at

Memories and condolences may be shared by visiting and selecting the obituary. Arrangements are in care of Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston.

4 replies
  1. Hope Stanley says:

    Our family first met Nancy (Debbie) at Kanawha City Baptist Church. She took special interest in our Baby Calvin when he was born prematurely and spent a long time in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, telling us that God had placed him in her heart. She did several nice things for him, even giving him a beautiful Build A Bear. We came to love her for her kind, loving spirit. Will never forget her smile. We all will miss her. Earth’s loss – Heaven’s gain! Praying for the family.

  2. Robin Fischer says:

    I worked as a nurse with Nancy for many years at CAMC Memorial Division; she was such a beautiful person inside and out. God’s light shining through her was bright and I know that she blessed so many with her energetic and loving spirit. Praying for her family and all who love her.

  3. Hulin Cook says:

    I will miss her and the dogs walking ever day and our conversations we had while visiting on street walks. She always was happy and loved her dogs. She will be missed. RIP DEBBIE

  4. Pat Robinson says:

    I went to school with Nancy and worked in nursing with her. She was an exceptional person and excellent nurse. She was kind and compassionate to a fault. Her loving spirit will be missed. Sympathies for her family at this time.

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