Nancy Boland
Date of Death: December 5, 2011
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Nancy “Hoot” Boland, died peacefully at Harbour Health Center in Port Charlotte, Florida, on Monday, December 5, 2011. Nancy Boland was known for many things. First as a devoted, loving compassionate mother and wife. Nancy prided herself on being a great mom and wife. Nancy loved her family and would often share stories about her…

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Jennifer Dreyer left a message on January 22, 2012:
Nacy was a lovely person and I enjoyed chatting with her through the years while I was her nurse, before and after hurricane Charley. Even when she was at Tandem prior to HHC reopening, I was so happy to see a familiar face in an unfamiliar place. She enjoyed when I would bring my sons to visit and I remember her holding my youngest as a little baby -he is 5 now. I have many wonderful memories of her while I was employed at Southport Square and I can still picture her smile and hear her laugh. I will miss her. God bless you Nancy.
Sue Boland left a message on December 13, 2011:
I remember the first time I met Aunt Namcy in Florida. She had the same big smile and twinkling eyes as she has in the picture posted here. Always making you feel welcome and warm. Aunt Nancy you are sadly missed.
Merrianne McLoughlin left a message on December 13, 2011:
So sorry to hear of your mom's passing. What a great lady! I will always remember Aunt Nancy & Uncle Donny's visits to my grandparents house in Edison, NJ, and the reunions at the farm in PA. Such fun times; she taught me how to play double solitaire! Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
Hank Drummond left a message on December 9, 2011:
Dear Suzy, So very sorry to hear of Nancy's passing. We have such nice childhood memories of being with Nancy, Don and your family. You took such good care of her and I know she truly appreciated it. Keep those good memories in your heart. Hank and Cathy
Steve Bretton left a message on December 9, 2011:
Suzie, I was very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Nancy "the queen" was a special woman. It was a pleasure knowing your mom and you while I was at HHC. My thoughts and prayers are with you and family, I can relate as I also lost my mom last month. Be strong, she's in a much better place now.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Renee Collett left a message on December 8, 2011:
Dearest Suzie, So sorry to hear about Nancy. Even though she is in a better place, EVERYONE is going to miss her and her HUGE smile. I know where you got your positive sense of self and striving to keep going, helping others, and making a difference everyday. She now has passed on more strength to you, so you can do what you need to do. Remember when she was our patient???!!! Even though she had to go through all the rehab, I don't ever recall her being sad (maybe frustrated) or not smiling or laughing about life. A True TR inspiration. HA HA! You have hours of catching up, sharing stories with friends and family in the next few days.I hold the fondest memories of Nancy in my heart. Wish I could be there but I will contact you again soon. Love Renee
Ginny Johnston left a message on December 8, 2011:
Dear Suzy, What a beautiful picture of your mom. Mom and I are thinking and praying for you and your family especially this week. We love you. Ginny and Meg
Sharon & Bill Tisdale left a message on December 7, 2011:
There are some things that never, ever leave us. A Mother's love is one of them. She will be with you in spirit and in your heart forever. Nancy was a wonderful and special lady...she will be missed. May God provide you and your family with strength and peace. May angels walk with you... Sharon and Bill Tisdale (Daughter of Earl Holt who resided in Harbor Health center until his dealth 12-06-2010)
Elaine Lomers left a message on December 7, 2011:
What a wonderful lady - Suzie do you remember how wise she was when we wanted to try out smoking? She never said a word but she must've known from the giggles and smoke pouring from the bathroom. I think that may have cured us from being smokers - and she never had to say a word. ....And our first boy/girl parties? Larry and Pug and the roach incident - I don't think I would have had her patience with all of our crazy antics. She was great and you have certainly taken good care of her through these final years. Wonderful memories. Go in peace Nancy Boland!
Roberson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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