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Nancy Morrisette Milligan

Henrico, Virginia

Sep 19, 1932 – Jan 13, 2013


September 19, 1932
January 13, 2013
Henrico, Virginia


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Woody Funeral Home Parham Obituary

MILLIGAN, Nancy Kight Morrisette, passed away Sunday, January 13, 2013. She was born on September 15, 1932 in Norfolk, Virginia. She is survived by her devoted husband of 60 years, Norman, and their sons, Rusty, Ronnie (Laurie) and Randy (Elizabeth); grandchildren, Emily, Anne Stewart,...

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I did not have the pleasure of knowing Mrs. Milligan personally. However, I know that she raised decent, respectful children. May God bring the family comfort and peace during this time of loss.

A friend of Rusty's,
Cathy Lehman

Mr. Milligan and family,
My thoughts and prayers continue to be with you during your loss. Mrs. Milligan was a classy lady and I enjoyed taking car of her during my years at Emeritus. I am so thankful that I was able to see her over the holidays. She was so proud of her sons and all of her grandchildren and was so excited when talking about the new nurse in the family. Her smile was contagious. I will never forget the many talks we had and how much she loved you all. Thank you for...


Carolyn and I are out of town and have just learned of your loss. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.


Mr. Milligan and family, so sorry to hear about Nancy. Unfortuneately, I have been out of town on business and couldn't visit. Please know that I am always available should you need anything! It was a pleasure taking care of Nancy while I worked at Emeritus. She was such a special person and quite a "lady." She will be missed tremendously!

Charlotte Baker
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Rusty, Ronnie, Randy and Mr. Milligan, there is a huge reunion going on, I can hear the laughter it is so loud! Thank you Nancy for the hospitality: coffee (coca-cola) fresh pie or cake as you entertained my mother, my sister and me (between puffs!) at your kitchen table. Thank you for hosting the Newhall and Ridgefield bus stop, letting us crowd onto your front porch in the pouring rain, making sure we were safe as we waited. Thanks for not letting them plow or sand and salt our sledding...

Ronnie, so sorry to hear of the death of your mother. I've heard from those who knew her that she was a positive influence in all she did. I tried to see you at the funeral home last night but drove around the parking lot 10 times without finding a space. Sorry I missed seeing you but had to go on to Choir. My sympathy to you and all your family.

Reading through these entries, I am reminded of what a terrific woman Nancy was. She was everything that has been mentioned and sooo much more, most of all she was a proud mother and grandmother. I enjoyed spending my weekends talking with her at Emerius. My sympathy to you all.

Norman, our thoughts are with you and your family.We will never forget the many good times together with you and Nancy.
We will be in touch.

I am so sorry for your loss. When our mom (Hazel Berryman) was at Emeritus, my sister and I looked forward to visiting with Nancy as we were arriving or leaving. She always was smiling and had a word of encouragement. She shared stories about her family. She was so proud of each of you. Please know that you are in our prayers.