Jack, Annie Christina 'Nancy'

Jack, Annie Christina 'Nancy'

June 13th, 2020

Of London, peacefully passed away at Dearness Home, on Saturday, June 13, 2020, in her 99th year. Nancy will be dearly missed by her close friends, Joyce Morris; David and Anne Sheppard; Elizabeth McLean (Mike), Gwen and Robyn Mitic; Richard Sheppard (Jacqueline) and family. Cherished cousin of Ken Jack (Joan), Joan Turner; and their families.  Predeceased by her brother Robert. A private Celebration of Life will be conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Nancy are asked to consider the Dearness Home. 

Please mail donations in memory of Nancy directly to:

Dearness Home

Attn:  Leslie Hancock

710 Southdale Road East

London, Ontario  N6E 1R8

 

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Kenneth JackOur cousin Nancy will be missed by all our family. Our many visits with her after her move to London and later as she took up residence at Dearness were always enjoyable. We were amazed at her continued brightness of mind and her ability to remember many of the days that we even had forgotten. In the latter years, our lunches with her while enjoying Swiss Chalet chicken were always a highlight. Laughter was a huge part of our visits.
Audrey(Knowles) Peppin and FamilyWe will always remember our “Auntie” Nancy who always stayed so interested in our lives, remembered all our birthdays and had such a positive outlook on life events. I can still hear her sweet chuckle and see her warm-hearted smile. She will be missed.
Jamie TurnerWill be sadly missed. Such sweetness and a true kind heart. Always enjoyed any conversation we had and cherished every visit we had. Such a loving soul. Love you Nance.
Kim JackCousin Nancy was an absolute marvel. Her energy and happy spirit never wavered. She continually looked on the bright side of life, found joy in simply being. Nancy’s quick wit stayed with her until the end. My brother Kevin and I fondly remember as children the visits from Nancy and her Mom when they took the train from Montreal to stay with us in Toronto. Later visits to see Nancy in London are also fondly remembered. I’m sure Nancy is resting in peace and is happy with a life well lived.
Julijana Bennett Nancy was such an inspiration to me and my daughter! She always had such a positive outlook on life and truly walked out each day with extreme gratitude for everything and everyone God placed in her path.she was a great mentor, teacher and precious friend to me who will be deeply missed. I loved surprising her at dearness with impromptu visits and delivering chocolates which she always devoured so quickly saying'theres too many chocolates here I cant eat all that ' then by the end of our visit the box was already half empty-lol. Love you and cant wait to see you in heaven when I get there....
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