Mrs. Nancy Kustermann

Nancy Jean Kustermann, age 72, of LaGrange, passed away on October 04, 2018 at the WellStar West Georgia Hospice. She was born on November 19, 1945 to the late Charles Sias and Mary Mahalic Sias in San Francisco, CA.

Nancy had over 20 years of Public Relations, Marketing & Real Estate Experience…From Hilton Head Island, SC, where she published a weekly magazine, “T.V. News”, writing a weekly column entitled “Island Hopping with Nancy” and acted as advertising agency for major developers, hotels, resorts, tennis & golf clubs, restaurants & retail shopping centers…to Palm Springs California where she was Director of Public Relations for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company at their Rancho Mirage Hotel. Since entering the Real Estate arena in 1999, Nancy had listed and sold upscale properties in Atlanta GA and up and down the GA 400 corridor in Roswell & Alpharetta, GA. She and her husband moved to the gracious southern town of LaGrange twelve years ago to live on West Point Lake. Today, she and her husband Bob are one of the city’s most highly respected real estate teams.

Nancy had served on the Boards of The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra & LaGrange Art Museum. She was a member of the LSO Guild and Woman's Club of Bellevue Mansion. She had served as President of the Board of Realtors.

Survivors include her beloved husband, Robert "Bob" Kusterman; cherished daughter, Christine Ashley Trapnell Sporrer (Kevin); sisters, Ginny Vilensons, Cindy Wales (Alan); adored grandchildren, Kaylin, Chaz, Colton, Camille, Christopher; sister in law, Germaine Hesiak; extended family and friends. She is preceded in death by her brother in law, John Vilensons; mother in law, Irene Kusterman.

The family will have visitation from 5:00-7:00 PM on Sunday, October 07, 2018 at the Higgins LaGrange Chapel with a Prayer Vigil at 6:30. A Funeral Mass will be held at 11:00 am on Monday, October 08, 2018 at the St. Peter’s Catholic Church with Father Timothy Gadziala, Chief Celebrant. Interment will follow the service at Restlawn Memory Gardens. The family expressed that Nancy's favorite color to wear was white, so white is more than appropriate to wear to her service. Online condolences may be sent through our website,