Nancy Haller

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Nancy Haller
Picture of Haller from the Ballet Pensacola website.
Born April 3, 1953
Pensacola, Florida
Occupation Dance instructor
Religion Jewish
Spouse Richard Haller
Parents Norman and Carla Willenzik
Children Vicki Haller Graff
Rachel Haller
Noah Haller

Nancy Haller is the eldest daughter of Pensacola businessman Norman Willenzik, who co-owned the Pensacola Restaurant Supply Company, or "Penko", located in the Lewis Bear and Willko Buildings on Palafox Place at Main. The company also included Nancy's uncle, Oscar, mother, Carla, and aunt, Ethel.

Haller is a dance teacher. She received her early training at the Elvie DeMarko School in Pensacola. She trained further at the University of Oklahoma as a dance major, and trained later in New York, Atlanta, and Memphis. Haller is active in community theatre as an actor and a choreographer. Currently, she teaches tap, jazz, musical theatre, and children's classes independently. You can find information on her website, Nancy Haller Dance.

She is a member of B'nai Israel Synagogue.