Nola V. “Nell” Click

September 30, 2022

Nola V. “Nell” Click, 78, of rural Tipton, died September 30, 2022 at IU Health Hospital, Lafayette, Ind.  She was born May 22, 1944 in Bay Minette, AL to the late Henry Thompson & Hattie (Shaffer) Thompson Broxson.  She married Glenice G. “Glenn” Click on August 23, 1974 and he preceded her in death on August 20, 2020.

Nell was a 1963 graduate of Milton High School in Florida.  She had worked at Chrysler for 16 years, retiring in 2003. Nell enjoyed crafting, knitting, collecting dolls and cooking.  She loved her family and planning and hosting family parties.

Visitation and Services

Visitation will be 4-6 p.m. Thursday, October 6, 2022 at Goodwin Funeral Home, 200 S. Main St., Frankfort. Funeral services will begin at 6 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to the American Lung Association.

Survived by:

2 Daughters: Teresa Butcher of Lafayette, Tina (Carl) Sency of Macy, Ind., Son: Scott Click of Lafayette, 6 Grandchildren and 16 Great-Grandchildren.

Preceded by:

her parents, husband, 3 brothers and 3 sisters.


Leave your Condolences

5 Condolences for “Nola V. “Nell” Click”

  1. Taylor Johnson October 3, 2022 at 10:06 pm

    Well granny
    I know you don’t want me to cry and you’d always tell me not to and I’m trying to stay strong I really am for you but it’s hard. It seems like I just saw you yesterday and told you I wanted to come stay the night and you were holding my hand when I said goodbye and didn’t want to let go. I’m so thankful you were my great grandma, I wouldn’t want anyone else. You mean so much to me granny. You were by best friend and showed me so many treasures in life. But I’ll try to stop my crying and just look back at all the great memories we had. I miss you granny… so much. I love you
    -Your Taylor

  2. Sonya ( Sonnie) October 3, 2022 at 10:57 pm

    Granny I can’t began to have the words to tell the world how much you meant to me. The good news is that you already know. Thank you for showing me grace and the power of prayer. I know all those prayers are still circling our family. You were a treasure to me. I will do my best to take on the legacy of our family. I love you and I will see you soon. I’ll make sure to bring an army of people with me when I come. I’ll make you proud. Give Pop and Grandma a big hug for me. Dance and Praise in the throne room! I’ll always be grateful for you! I’ll always love you and cherish every moment together.

  3. Teresa Butcher October 5, 2022 at 9:14 pm

    To my mommy angel, this is not goodbye, it is just a temporary separation. Your life now will be pain-free and you can be with dad. I tried so hard to keep you with us but I know you were tired. I tried not to let you give up, but the Lord was ready. I didn’t wanna let you go. We had our ups and we had our downs but I wouldn’t of traded $1 million for the time we had together. You have always been my rock and now the tides have turned and I was able to be your rock. I promised you I would always be with you no matter what and that I would be with you for your last breath. It was such an honor for you to be my mother and it was more than an honor for me to be with you until the end. You are my blooming flower and my angel. I will see you and dad again and until then, I love you.

  4. Tiera Barrett October 5, 2022 at 9:20 pm

    Honestly it’s hard to even begin to have the words to express the amount of hurt and sorrow that I feel but I know that you fought hard to stay with us all. You always said please don’t ever cry and just be strong and in this time I couldn’t really keep from crying but I am blessed and honored to have spent your last moments with you and I know that you will be watching us from above. Finally you and Poppy get to be together again. I love you so much and you have instilled so much hard work, knowledge, and strength in this world to never ever give up. I love you so much my granny until we get to be together again you will always be near to my heart and my thoughts!!

  5. Mitch Ball October 5, 2022 at 9:21 pm

    Aunt Nell indeed had a zest and knack for hosting fun and memorable parties. I have fond recollections of family get-togethers at Glen and Nell’s homes during my youth. From the delicious homemade meals to the endless games and entertainment for all (especially the kids), I will always remember and cherish those special moments with your family. Those times are forever imprinted on my memory and in my heart. May you find comfort, peace, and healing during this difficult time.

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