Nancy Encarnacion
1936 - 2021
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Nancy Encarnacion
Jan. 26, 1936 - Jan. 3, 2021
Resident of Concord
Nancy (Hassett) Encarnacion passed gracefully from this life on January 3, 2021. She was surrounded both physically and spiritually by her loving family.
She was preceded in death by the love of her life, her husband Frank Encarnacion and her parents, John and Ann Hassett.
She will be dearly missed by her sister Janet and husband Joe, their children and their families. Also, her many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
Nancy earned her BFA from Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon University) in Pittsburgh, PA. She was a graphic designer with Chevron and the owner of Encarnacion Graphics in San Francisco.
She was a beautiful and talented soul.
Funeral services will be private.
Donations can be made in her name to:
St. Bonaventure Catholic Church Renovation Fund, 5562 Clayton Rd, Concord, CA 94521 or Carnegie Mellon University School of Art Merit Scholarship Fund at: www.give.cmu.edu


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Published in East Bay Times on Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 15, 2021
Nancy you are very very special ❤ This is Joy your inhome caregiver. I will miss you . You had so much talent on this earth with people especially. People were your favorite in life. You loved to have the table set in case many showed up to eat. You have the best character of anyone I have ever known. I've known many people so that says much for you Nancy,
I pray for your family Nancy , they will miss you .
Joy
Acquaintance
January 15, 2021
I met Nancy in San Francisco through the Urani family who lived across the street. I moved into the same building, our apartments were side by side and we became fast friends, two struggling graphic designers. Some of the adventures we shared - setting up a sidewalk sale on Fisherman's Wharf with our miniature watercolors "Many Minis", that was a blast. Buying (Nancy bought) a beautiful but ragged carved chair on McAllister street and we completely refurbished it for a visit from her parents. We drove across country in 1967- SF to Texas in her VW bug, for Christmas with my family. Nancy was creative, fun, and loved living in San Francisco. She loved her family, especially her nieces and nephews, they were her joy!
Over the years Regina (her long-time friend) helped me keep in contact with Nancy after I moved to Texas, setting up lunches and visits with her and Frank. Nancy was a dear friend, she will be missed.
Leta M Altom
Friend
January 12, 2021
She was a wonderful friend from the very first time I met her in the Fine Arts Dept. as freshmen @ CMU. She was my maid of honor, & my oldest son, Stephen's, godmother. My husband taught her how to shift gears on the hilly streets of San Francisco with me tensed up in the back seat. We spent all our holidays together, & she would often come to our home in San Mateo frequently for dinner on weekends. After 6 years we left California but did return to visit with Nancy & Frank. We will all miss her so much, but she's in a much better place in heaven with Frank. Love you!
Marilyn Lawton
Friend
January 10, 2021
My dear sister: I am glad we shared so much and that our happy memories and loving family ties kept us close connected I miss our phone chats and singing your favorite song You Are My Sunshine Now you are with Frank and all loved ones . I will pray for you Love Janie Lou
Janet Schumacher
Sister
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