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Nancy White
  • April 29, 1935
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  • August 05, 2019

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Edgewater, FL – Nancy E. White, 84, died peacefully in Edgewater, Fl.

Nancy was born in Haverhill, MA on April 29, 1935 to John Freeman and Marion (Maddox) Hackett.

She graduated from Lawrence Vocational as an LPN, then received her A.S. from Daytona Beach Community College as an RN.

Nancy worked as staff coordinator at Ocean View Nursing Home, New Smyrna Beach for many years. She then worked for Dr. Frank Farmers office, New Smyrna Beach, Fl before retiring.

She was very active in the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Jane Sheldon Chapter and served as a past Regent.

Among her passions she loved a good game of cribbage, reading, boating, puzzles and ancestry re-search.

Nancy is preceded in death by her sisters Muriel Reed, Gertrude Piccirillo and brother Kenneth Hackett, first husband, Curtis C Bouchard, her son Curtis C Bouchard Jr., daughter Cathleen A Bouchard, husband Walter White Jr. Lt. Col Army Ret and step son Walter White IV. She is survived by her children Debra Bouchard, Patricia Bouchard Towsley and her husband Leo, step-daughter Louise White Peters and her husband Jim, brothers Raymond Hackett and his wife Donna, Robert Hackett and his wife Ann, grandchildren Meredith(Brian) and Lindsay, great-grandchildren Alexis(Jake), Mikai, Andrew and Selina,  many nieces and nephews. Nancy had a wonderful life and thank you for all that made it so.

Celebration of life service will be held at the Edgewater Union Church, 500 S. Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater FL 32132 on Sunday August 18th at 12:00 following the regular church service.

Burial will be at the NH Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, NH with a grave side service.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice.

A special thank you to the staff of Halifax Health Hospice in Edgewater, Fl., and Rev. Ned Michaels.

 

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  1. 07 Aug 2019
    Ann Hackett posted an image:


  2. 06 Aug 2019
    Raymond says:
    First, beautiful sentiments Meredith.
    Aunt Nancy, I made sure you had your own day and was born the day after you. You gave me only loving memories my whole life and I enjoyed every moment. Your hugs were sincere, your sense of humor was refreshing and your love is felt as I speak.
    Having a fried shrimp dinner was the last meal I remember that spoke that we were much alike.
    Say hello to everyone, bask in our wishes and we will see you soon. Love you with everything I am. Big hugs

  3. 06 Aug 2019
    Meredith Weber says:
    I am so Thankful and so blessed to have been loved by such an amazing woman. My nana was my everything, she loved me unconditionally through all my ups and downs. I will always look up to my beautiful nana and cherish all of the beautiful memories. I have comfort knowing that she is at peace now and reunited with her loved ones, I know I will see her again in heaven and maybe she will be able to take me for some ice cream. I love you Nana and I know you will be watching down over me.