Nancy Virginia Hamilton (1962 - 2020)

  • "My condolences to the family. Nancy was a friend of mine..."
    - Sarah B. Hayes
  • "I am so thankful to have met her when she gave me a glimpse..."
    - K. Curtis
  • "May God Comfort her family in this time of mourning. Joy..."
    - Joyce Bailey
  • "Condolences to the Hamilton Family during this most..."
    - Sheryl White
  • "My deepest sympathies. May God bless and keep you. I knew..."
    - Phyllis Taylor
Service Information
Dorchester Funeral Home
7842 E Oglethorpe Highway
Midway, GA
31320
(912)-884-2431
Memorial service
Saturday, Mar. 14, 2020
2:00 PM
St James Baptist Church
West Lincoln Street
Ludowici, GA
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Obituary

A TIME TO BE BORN:
Nancy Virginia was born January 28, 1962, in Savannah Georgia to late Julius and Claratha Hamilton.

A TIME TO LIVE:
She received her high school diploma from Long County High School. Ms. Hamilton retired from civil service after being employed with them for 35 yrs. She completed her stellar career at Winn Army Community Hospital, where she served as the Chief, Civilian Human Resources Manager.

Nancy Hamilton loved her family and loved to travel. She has lived in or visited some of the most beautiful places in the world, including but not limited to Germany, Istanbul, Canada, Greece, Paris, Alaska, Panama, San Antonio Texas, Mexico Italy and Rome.

A TIME TO WEEP:
Nancy Hamilton is mourned by her two sisters, Mary Mallard, Caryline HamiltonKish, (Don), cousins Alonzo Hall, (Annie ), Sherman Hall (Jewel) several nieces and nephews and her Goddaughter Ziana Collins. Nancy Hamilton was proceeded in her transition by her parents, Julius Hamilton and Claratha Hamilton, her brothers Carl, Johnny and William (Bill) Hamilton and her sisters, Mazie Fabain and Bobbie Steele.

Memorial Service: 2:00pm, Saturday, March 14, 2020, St James Baptist Church, West Lincoln Street, Ludowici, GA 31316

Dorchester Funeral Home will be handling the arrangements.

Published in Coastal Courier from Mar. 10 to Mar. 17, 2020
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