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In loving memory of
Nancy Monaghan
  • July 03, 1953
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  • December 25, 2021

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Nancy Monaghan, age 68, passed away at home surrounded by her loving family on December 25, 2021, in Daytona Beach, FL.
Nancy (mom, momma, GiGi, Aunt Nancy, the General) is survived by her daughter and son in law Heather and Mackey, of Daytona Beach, FL; her son and daughter in law Jeremiah and Leeann, of Daytona Beach, FL; her grandchildren Brandon (Ryry), Andrew (LaToya), Desirae (Steven), Alex, Paiten, Jameson, and Brantlee; her great-grandchildren Savanna, Summer, Sarryah, BJ, and Alaiya(AKA: Laylay); her sisters Sue and Sherry, her brother Robbie, a multitude of nieces and nephews whom she loved so very much, and many friends.
She is preceded in death by her mom, of Mobile, AL; her dad of Pensacola, FL; and her sister Brenda, of Atlanta, GA.
Nancy was born on July 3,1953 in Pensacola, FL, to parents Sybil and Robert Bunch. She moved to Daytona Beach shortly after graduating high school. Nancy was a truly phenomenal woman who loved her family with all her heart, keeping her arms and heart wide open for all, it didn’t matter who you were or where you came from, she loved you deeply and truly. She was beautiful, compassionate, heroic, independent, and a love-filled woman; never letting life’s ups and downs keep her in a rut. There are no words to express how special she was in our lives and how much she will be missed by all who knew her. We will continue to celebrate her life through visiting her favorite spot, the beach and carrying on her passion for the Christmas season.

We will have a celebration/get together in honor of her in the summer.

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  1. Selina Richardson says:
    30 Dec 2021
    I remember as a little girl, my mother, Sherry, packing up everything, selling our house to move to Daytona. You welcomed us! We all lived together for several years. I’m happy for those memories and I’m very sad you’re gone. You always looked at bright side of life and always saw the best in people. You will be surely missed! I love you always.. Until we see each other again, rest in my heaven.

  2. Cynthia Dunn says:
    30 Dec 2021
    Aunt Nance you were a shining light in this world. Growing up you treated me like your own never judged and I knew I could always come to you. You were a survivor through and through. No matter what life threw at you. You met it Head on and overcame. You were an incredible woman. You will be truly missed by everyone. Rest in Peace. I love you.

  3. Pamela Curtis lit a candle:
    30 Dec 2021
    Lit since December 30, 2021 at 12:53:10 PM

  4. Pamela Curtis says:
    30 Dec 2021
    I love you A.Nancy you were an amazing person and my favorite aunty. Rest In Peace and watch over us. Until we meet again.❤️

  5. Jacquelyn Mcallister says:
    30 Dec 2021
    Jeremiah and Heather:
    Please know our loving thoughts are with you each and every day… This is a huge loss for our family. We love you all

    Jacquelyn & Jackson

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