October 24, 2021, 57, Goldsboro –
Nancy Ann Nagle (nee Page), age 57, formerly of Olney PA, Audubon NJ, and Goldsboro NC, passed away suddenly on Sunday, October 24th, 2021. She died peacefully in her sleep after several months of battling multiple medical issues.
She was born on March 29th, 1964, and graduated from Cardinal Dougherty High School in 1982 in Northeast Philadelphia. Later in life, she was an active member of the Women’s Auxiliary American Legion Post 84 in Oaklyn, NJ. She worked as a teller for Wells Fargo bank for over fifteen years before relocating to North Carolina after the passing of her husband in 2013. During her time there, she reconnected with an old High School boyfriend, Paul, whom she happily cohabitated with for the remainder of her life.
Her passions and talents were many. Nancy was a kind, fun, and wonderful woman. She enjoyed playing word games and puzzles as well as dancing and cooking. She was a social person who loved her friends and family dearly. She often took great pleasure in being a hostess and had a strong appreciation for the comfort of herself and others within her own home. Nancy was an impeccable cook with a strong proficiency in the art of home-cooked meals. She loved country music, going out to eat, and found great relief in a rediscovered sense of spirituality during her time in North Carolina. She enjoyed watching movies with her children and her boyfriend and was notorious for “just resting her eyes” almost immediately after the opening credits. She loved her family more than anything, none more than her granddaughter, Emerson, who was the light of her life over the last fifteen months. That her granddaughter loved her back cannot be overstated and was evinced in her joy whenever they were together.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Nagle, and her sister, Donna Miller.
She is survived by her mother and stepfather, Helen, and John Laughlin; her son, Jim Russell; her daughter, Tiffany Lockwood; her granddaughter, Emerson Lockwood; her son-in-law, Evan Lockwood; her nieces, Brittany Francis, and Lisa Heimbigner; her sister, Sandy Fletcher; her brother, William Page Jr; her boyfriend, Paul Voit, as well as numerous friends and family members.
She will be missed dearly in a way that can hardly be expressed adequately with words.
A remembrance of life will take place at a later date, in a location closer to her more immediate family.
Arrangements by Seymour Funeral Home & Cremation Service. Online condolences may be sent to www.seymourfuneralhome.com.