Nancy Ann Nagle

A Celebration of Life service for Nancy Ann Moss Nagle, 77, will be held at Harrod Brothers Funeral Home at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 8, 2014, with Reverend Larry Hall officiating.  Family and friends will be received beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

Ms. Nagle passed away Friday, May 2, 2014, at the St. Joseph Hospice Care Center.

Nancy was born in Green Co., KY, the only child of the late James Alfred and Pauline Ann Pendleton Moss.  She obtained her Masters Degree in Teaching and retired after 35 years.  On more than one occasion during her tenure at Frankfort/Franklin County School systems, Nancy was recognized on the All Academic Faculty.  After retirement, she became a tour guide for Travel Adventures.  She was a member of the United Methodist Church in Georgetown. 

Nancy’s loving son, Jim (Jennifer) Nagle; and five grandchildren, Maxwell, Avery, Moira, Scarlett, and Willow Nagle, all of Lexington, were her life.  Nancy shared a special friendship with Janice Osborne and Anne Robbins.

Flowers are welcomed, or the family would be pleased for you to support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 26 Broadway, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10004, in Nancy’s memory.

Arrangements are under the direction of Harrod Brothers Funeral Home; condolences may be shared via the online guest book at  www.harrodbrothers.com. 

 

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  • I was saddened to hear of Nancy's passing last May. Nancy and I were good friends in grade school through high school. She was one of the attendants in my wedding. We kept in contact sporodicly throughout our adult lives and made a point of calling each other every year on our respective birthdays. She was not much into writing. I was able to get ahold of her last March but was disappointed I never heard back from her when mine occurred on May 5th. Now I know why. She was a great friend when we were young and I'm sorry we never lived close enough to get together later in life. We had a brief meeting at the airport in Honolulu one year as we were passing through. My husband, Dick and I wish to pass on our condolences to her son, James, and his family. Sorry it took so long but I only just found out when I had my Christmas card returned and it was marked deceased. Love to her family.

    Bevery (Raddatz) and Richard Dunham