Condolence & Memory Journal

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Nancy and my mom were old friends. I don't remember how they met. It was before I was born, maybe Peter Cooper Village in NYC, sometime around 1950? She and her husband, Ed, were like honorary aunt and uncle to my 2 brothers and me, as well as almost the only adults who we called by their first names. Nancy had a great sense of humor, an infectious laugh, and she always seemed up for anything fun. She and my mother were the same age, but my mom died of cancer 25 years earlier, followed by my father 10 years later. I'm sorry I gradually lost touch with Nancy after my parents died because she was always a special person to me and to my family. Sending love to her family, especially Austin and Caty.

Posted by Leslie Stevens - Ahwahnee, CA - Family Friend   June 17, 2021

Oh how I will miss Nancy just as all of her other friends. I knew her from becoming one of many friends of my mom's at Carelton Willard. I loved to hear her stories of growing up in Baltimore and the "wicked" things she did. She was such a wonderful, all encompassing person to everyone she met. I'll miss dinners with her at CWV as she pulled up to the table in her most recent acquisition of her "one speed" mobile wheelchair when her hips were so bad that she couldn't walk that well. She always had a smile on her face that could only make others smile as well. Rest in Peace my friend. You will be surely missed by all.

Posted by Merri Lee Johnson - MA - Friend   April 18, 2021

On behalf of everyone at Concord Country Club, we send our deepest sympathy to the Smith family. Nancy and her late husband Ed joined the Club in 1965 and Nancy held a membership for more than 40 years. She will be remembered fondly by all her friends at CCC.

Posted by Elaine Dupuis - Concord, MA   April 14, 2021