Nancy Gleason Obituary, CARE organization member has passed away

Nancy Gleason Obituary, Death – We are writing to tell you about the passing of Nancy Gleason, who had been a part of the church for a very long time. Nancy had been a very active member of the congregation. In the past, Nancy had been a very involved participant in the congregation’s activities. In the past, Nancy had been a very active participant in the many activities that were held by the congregation. During this time of mourning, we want the family and friends of the departed individual to know that we are sending our deepest condolences.

As a result of Nancy’s involvement in the CARE organization, which is run by my wife and I, she has been able to form relationships with a significant number of people who live in our town. Her ability to be so friendly and compassionate has made this possible. My wife and I run the CARE organization. We serve in the role of directors. These people were putting up their utmost effort to get through challenging times in their life,

but they were having trouble doing so despite their best efforts. Be sure to include her husband Pat as well as the couple’s children Daniel and Kate in your thoughts. In addition, remember to pray for her. Include in your prayers in especially her husband at this time. Please keep her family in your thoughts and prayers throughout the day. They are at a difficult time right now. They are going through a challenging period right now. On April 12, at 9:30 in the morning, there will be a memorial service held for her at St. Mary Magdalen.

The service will take place on that day. The 12th of April was the day she passed away. She drew her very last breath on April 12th, and departed this world shortly afterward. O Lord, may you bestow upon her the gift of rest that last for all of eternity, and may the glory of your light shine brightly upon her in every conceivable way and at all times. I pray that, at long last, she may be granted the tranquility and repose that she has deserved for all of eternity and may she rest in peace.