Oh Nancy! How can you be gone?! You were a force to behold even before you graduated from St. Anthony of Padua High School!
Student Council, honors English (I bet you were NOT one of the girls that Sister Kristen yelled at " Girls! Put those knees together! " She had the view from in front of all those skirted young girls:), Glee Club, Hootenany, Schola the wonderful madrigal group, "Carnivall".....
I also remember that Nancy hosted an after a dance gathering at her house. Prom or Commencement not sure which, but my mom would not let us stay long because I had to be home by midnight! My mother has no idea how safe we were in your home! I was furious with my mother.
I lost touch with Nancy in our adults lives, but always thought of her often through the years: She being one of those special people
that inhabit our lives without a physical presence, never forgotten, and always thought of so fondly.
She was warm, brilliant, funny, graceful, holy, loving, authentic, strong, talented. I am so sad she left her wonderful family and friends too soon. She enriched all our lives.
Love, Linda Graziano