Ferenc M. Nagy

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Ferenc M. Nagy 50, Gilmanton, N.H. died Feb. 5, 2013 from injuries sustained in automobile accident in Alton, N.H.
Nagy was born in Boston, Mass. on Oct. 6, 1962 and was the son of Ferenc and Anna L. (McMullan) Nagy. He was a graduate of Northeastern University with a degree in business and transportation. He was a member of the Iron Eagle Motorcycle group and held membership in Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Gilmanton Year Round Library and Gilmanton Snowmobile Association and the Gilmanton Conservation Commission. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and snowmobiling and motorcycling. He was an Eagle Scout. Nagy was employed with Wolfeboro Bay Real Estate as an associate broker.
He was preceded in death by: his father, Ferenc Nagy in 1997; and a brother, Tibor H. Nagy in 1995.
Survivors include: his mother Anna M. Nagy of Lebanon and formerly of Bedford, Mass. and Hurden, Va.; one sister, Ilona Burdette and her husband Pat; a niece, Anna Stewart Burdette; and a nephew, Tibor Burdette, all of Lebanon.
Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12 at Cain & Janosz Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Manchester, N.H. with burial in Shawsheen Cemetery, Bedford, Mass. Rev Jamie Howard, pastor of the United Church of Christ officiated.
Memorial contributions may be sent to the Huntington's Disease Society of America New England Region 6, Boston Road Suite 203A, Chelmsford, MA 01824 or the Fraternal Order of the Eagles, 36 S. Main St., Concord, NH 03301.
To leave condolences go to www.cainjanoszfuneralhome.com.
Cain & Janosz Funeral Home and Cremation Service was in charge of arrangements.

Published in The Lebanon Enterprise on Feb. 13, 2013