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Nancy R Furnari

Nancy R Furnari

September 18, 1942 - January 26, 2020

Nancy R. Furnari, 77 of Andover, Mass has peacefully passed with her loving husband and her children by her side on January 26, 2020. Nancy was born in Lawrence, Mass. On September 18, 1942, the daughter of Oliver (PeeWee) Ouellette and Alida Ginchereau Ouellette. Nancy was raised in Lawrence, Mass before moving to Methuen, Mass. <br /> Nancy was a beautician for some time but spent most of her time raising her three boys. Family members include her husband of 31 years, Anthony Furnari of Andover, Mass., her three children include, Paul G. Caruso, Robert S. Caruso and wife Julie Caruso, Darren T. Caruso and wife Bonnie Caruso, Also a step daughter Janell Furnari Walsh and her husband Edward. She was a grandmother of 6, and great grandmother of 3 1/2 beautiful children. <br /> She also leaves behind, her brothers Deac Ouellette and his wife Rita, George Ouellette and his wife June, Russell Ouellete & his wife Patricia, Jerry Ouellette and his wife Faith. Sisters include Pat Curran and her husband Frank, Gloria Martelle and deceased husband Jim Martelle and many nieces and nephews, who all loved her so very much. <br /> Nancy's whole life was about her family and how much she truly enjoyed their company and love to be with us all. She enjoyed, crafts, bingo, and being around her friends. <br /> A celebration of life is being held at St. Theresa of Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish on February 8th, 2020 at 10:00 am. <br /> In lieu of flowers, donations are being accepted to The Activities Department at Academy Manor, 89 Morton St, Andover Mass in Nancy's honor.

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Diaz-Healy Funeral Home

107 S Broadway, Lawrence, MA

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