Nancy Greene (Larner)

Nancy Greene (Larner)

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10/25/12 09:35 PM #1    

Nora Godwin (Johnson)

Nancy was a beautiful person inside and out.I will never forget her kindness to me Sr.Year,while my dad was dying of cancer,of  her comforting me at school. We weren't permitted to show upset or concern at home,and I had to do my crying elsewhere....may she rest in peace.   Prayers to Hank and  their sons.

10/29/12 02:02 PM #2    

Stuart Lasser

Passionate is a good word to describe Nancy -- everything she did, she did with total enthusiasm and dedication.  Family, friendship, politics, golf, and Hank -- you name it and Nancy had it covered in spades.

My guess is that Nancy mostly dug the role of 'grandmother'.  She and Hank spent literally every available minute doing for their children and grandchildren.  Together they would spend numerous consecutive weekends chasing soccer games, visiting with their kids, and sutff like that.  And they always made time for friends, recognized charitable institutions, and gave of themselves unselfiishly.

I miss Nancy and, fortunately for me, have remained close to Hank for nearly 65 years. How lucky can one be!

11/29/12 11:04 AM #3    

Georgia Busch (Nostrand)

In the early '60s I had the pleasure of sharing quality time with Nancy, her parents, her brother Richie and younger sister Pattie on vacation in Sea Girt, NJ.  Nancy knew early on her heart's delight:  Hank Larner.  Nancy exuded thoughtfulness, intelligence and joie de vivre.  I will forever recall Nancy cheer leading our gridiron team with high energy, sureness of purpose and radiance.

03/01/13 03:15 PM #4    

Susan Marcantonio (Monroe)

My sincere sympathy to Hank and their family.  My memories of Nancy go back to our days at St. Rose of Lima elementary school.  She was vivacious and full of personality--always a strong presence in the nicest way.  I'm sure her loss is felt deeply.

Sue Monroe

03/26/13 11:05 PM #5    

Laura Berke


I am so sorry.  Laura

05/06/13 02:42 AM #6    

Chris Roberts (Cobb)

I have thought a lot  about Nancy over the years. We shared cheer leading and  I remember her so fondly. 


05/16/13 05:37 AM #7    

Alfred 'Cooker' Lotman

Hank & Nancy a couple meant to be.  MHS '63 spirit & committment rolled into one.

05/29/13 10:23 PM #8    

Marty Ganek

Nancy is missed by all who knew her, a special person who excelled in everything she did.

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