Nancy Marie Boland

Born Nancy Marie Boland in Dedham, MA to Joseph and Anne, the first of four children. As the oldest, she felt a duty to care for her siblings. The four had a strong bond throughout their lives.

Married for 70 years to her beloved husband Dick who she lost in 2018. They raised their children in NH before moving to Florida in 1979. Though she loved living in Florida, she held onto her New England roots, so much so that she never lost her Boston accent.

Nancy’s loves were her family, friends, laughing at a good joke, shopping, the beach, and of course, ice cream. She was a devout Catholic and loved St. Mary Magdalene Church. She could always be found sitting in the very back row at the Saturday Mass, arriving early to socialize with the “back row” crowd before Mass.

Nancy loved her family more than anything and her four grandchildren brought her much joy. We are all better for having known her.

Those who have passed before her; Richard Gray, Robert Gray, Shirley Gray, Earl Molton, Velna Molton, Donald Corbett, Betsy Corbett, Nancy Corbett, William Mullen Jr., Joan Mullen, Robert Boland, Mary Boland.

Service will be November 14, 2022 at 11am. At St. Mary Magdalen.

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