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Nancy E. (Chapman) Ivaldi

Stoughton, Massachusetts

Apr 1, 1934 – Feb 16, 2018 (Age 83)

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Nancy E. (Chapman) Ivaldi, 83, died Friday, February 16, 2018, at the Nemasket Health Care Center in Middleboro after a period of failing health. She was the wife of the late Edward W. Ivaldi, Sr. Born and raised in Stoughton, she was a lifelong resident of Stoughton and a graduate of Stoughton...

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I'm so sorry I could not be at the service in memory of Nancy. There were so many good days to remember of times with the Boy scouts, Icebreakers, Church kitchen, camping at Camp Childs, Knitting Groups, and just being with a real good friend. Nancy was one of a kind--the kind we need more of. I love her and will miss her greatly.

All our love and prayers to the entire Ivaldi extended family. Nancy was a very special lady and will be missed by many. John & Jean Fernandez - Ocala, FL

Dear Ed, Paula, Luke, Kristin, Ben, and Nikki,
You are in our hearts and prayers as you remember your Mom, and Grandmother. Nancy was such a lovely woman, and we truly enjoyed being with her at all of your family celebrations! May God fill your hearts with His peace, and the blessings of happy memories. All our love to you, the Kernaldis

How fortunate we all are to have known this
dedicated, lovely Christian woman. Hugs to
all the Ivaldi family from the McGarveys.

Aunt Nancy was a steady, gentle presence in my life growing up next door. She was a wonderful example to me as a young girl of a woman, wife and mother with a servant's heart, determined to care for her family and loved ones. I will always remember her kindness.

Love and prayers to all my family. So many wonderful memories of my sweet aunt.

Though I never had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Nancy Ivaldi, I did know her son, Ed Ivaldi Jr., his wife Paula and their 4 children. This part of the Ivaldi family has always been very special to me and exemplify what true Christian's should be. I'm sure Mrs. Nancy Ivaldi was very proud of her family.
R.I.P. dear Mrs. Nancy Ivaldi, until I will see you when the Lord also calls me home to glory.

Dear Jen, Marc, Brendan, Jillian and Ivaldi family. We were so sorry to hear that Nanny passed. We remember her as a sweet caring person. She was a wonderful person whose life revolved around helping others. Prayers and God Bless all of you!

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