Nancy Brannock

Needham, Massachusetts

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So sorry for your loss. So very glad "Rodie" and the family were together today, for the lovely tribute!

From the day we met, I immediately knew that I had indeed landed on my feet by becoming the family dog. I suddenly found myself with two healthy square meals a day, an attractive back yard in which to play, several exciting walks a day, an occasional treat for good behavior, and my own personal pet sitter when the family went out of town. I'll miss Mom's smiling eyes, her gentle voice, the extra special way she prepared our meals, the way she would remind us of our medications, tending to our...

Dear George,
It was a privilege to know Nancy. Deepest sympathy,

Vickie Gottlob

Dear Tommy, George, Tom, Cleve and Brannock Family,
I was so saddened to hear of the passing of Nancy. I remember her as tho most gracious, friendly, good and loving person. I know how much she will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Thoughts & prayers with you all.
~Nick Duke, Sr.

Tommy/ Cleve - sorry for your Dad's loss.Two women he loved gone now.Thoughts with you George.

at Hillsboro

I loved her very much. i loved being with her all the time, from Hillsboro to Nantucket. I will always remember her as a great friend and family member.

Cleve, we are so sorry for your loss.
Brian & Wanda Grischkowsky

George - We will always remember your lovely Nancy, especially for the time we spent together at Hillsboro. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Barbara and Jinks

Cary- so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you at this time.
Kris and Sam Hudson


Nancy's Obituary

Nancy Bigelow Brannock was born to Henry Glover Bigelow and Gertrude Barbara Lynch Bigelow on March 25, 1930. She passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2013 after a short illness. Nancy is survived by two of her three children; Vernon C. Fritch and Andrea F. (Fred) Parle, and three grandchildren James,...

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