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Nancy B. Coman


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Nancy B. Coman Obituary
Coman, Nancy B.
Nancy B. Coman, 85, of Portland, wife of the late Herbert W. Coman Jr., died peacefully in her home on Saturday June 9th. Nancy was born in Hartford, CT to the late Charles and Elizabeth Brink on May 20th 1933.
Nancy is survived by her daughters, Beth Rau (Dennis), Deborah Rooth (Curtis), and sons Mark Coman (IIene), John Coman (Sandy), Matthew Coman; Sisters Maureen Lawlor and MaryEllen Mozdzierz; 8 grandchildren: Dennis Rau Jr, Amanda McKenna, Jennifer, Scooter, and Kelsey Rooth, Thomas and Nick Coman and Luke Coman. 7 Great Grandchildren; David, Claire, Grace, Billy, Katie-Faith, Ellie and Brianna. She is preceded by a son Scott Charles, granddaughter Katie Rau, and sister Betty Jacobucci.
Nancy was a graduate of St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing in 1954. She worked as an RN in a many different fields of nursing. She retired as the Director of Nurses at Elmcrest Psychiatric Institute in the early 1980. Nancy's passion for nursing was passed on through her family as many are working in the healthcare profession.
After her retirement and raising their children Nancy and Herb spent many wonderful years wintering in Delray Beach Florida with special friends Nate and Elsie. It was there she honed her talent for cooking. She was a great chef and was selfless in providing culinary delights to family, friends and neighbors.
The family wishes to express our gratitude for all the special people who provided care with love and compassion to our Mom; especially Dolly, from visiting Angels, Julio, grandson Thomas and best friend and sister MaryEllen.
Calling hours will be Tuesday, June 12th from 5-7 at Portland Memorial Funeral Home, 231 Main St., Portland. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday, June 13th at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Church, Portland. Burial will be private in the Coman Cemetery in North Grosvenordale, CT.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the CT Veterans Association, 287 West St., Rocky Hill, CT 06067 or online at ct.gov/ctva
Published in Middletown Press on June 11, 2018
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