In Memory

Nancy Darlene Williamson (Whalen)

Nancy Whalen (Williamson)

1946 - 2016

Nancy D. (Nee Williamson) of Pleasant Plain, Ohio. Beloved wife and best friend of Thomas J. Whalen. Also Survived by her sister Patricia L. Williamson (Madeira Class of 1967). Preceded in death by her parents Elmer V. and Mary Aber Williamson. Nancy was born November 27, 1946 at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati and passed away January 16, 2016 at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati. Nancy Graduated from Madeira High School in 1965, she was a Calligrapher and successful Business Woman. Thomas would like to thank all in involved in her care at CVICU. Services were held at the convenience of her family.

I think we can all agree with Pat when she said:

 “As I think of Nancy, I think of the bible verse, whatever you do, do with your might. Well done Nancy. You have loved those around you with all of your might and heart. You have touched hearts. You have touched lives. You made a difference. You will be missed. We will see you again.”

At this time there are no plans for a funeral, visitation or memorial service.

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01/17/16 11:47 AM #1    

Joan Schutz (Mohlman)

Nancy I am so glad we got to see you at our 50th Class Reunion in September. You have left us to soon and you will be missed by not only your our family but by your Class of 1965 Family.   Sending Tom and Pat my deepest sympathy for thier loss. 

01/18/16 11:51 AM #2    

Ann Southcombe

This is really a hard one for me. Nancy was my dear friend since grade school. Whenever I would come to home to Cincy (I left Ohio in the late seventies) , I had special times with her. She is the last person in my life I had a connection with growing up in Madeira. My Mom, Dad and brother are all gone. I feel I have lost the last of my family. We had so many fun times growing up. Girl Scouts, walking to school together, our trip to NYC and mainly sharing the secrets of our lives and laughing. I will truly miss you my friend.....

01/19/16 01:49 PM #3    

Dorothy Frances Perkins (Rehl)

Don and I would like to extend our sympathy to Nancy's husband, Tom, and her sister, Pat.  We are happy that we got to talk with Nancy at our reunion.  She was a truly kind person.

Dorothy & Don Rehl

01/20/16 09:29 AM #4    

Carol Ann Stone (Clark)

Nancy was a wonderful friend to all. I remember the time she, Ann Southcomb and I took a trip to Ann's farm shortly before graduation and were swimming in the pond at the farm, Ann cut her foot on a piece of glass in the pond, didn't think Ann would be able to wear her heels for our graduation cermony. Just remembering the good times we had with Nancy and so sorry for the loss to your family.

01/20/16 10:09 AM #5    

Barbara Jean Lindner (Yahn)

It makes me sad to read that we have lost another Madeira classmake from our 1965 class!  Nancy was always a good friend to everyone.  So sad.......

01/22/16 01:45 PM #6    

Elaine Elliott (Albers Short)

I am so sorry to hear of Nancy's passing. Like Ann Southcombe, I was all through school with Nancy. We lived  just around and down the street from each other. Many good times were spent together at her house and mine. Our mothers were good friends. I loved being in her Girl Scout troop and having Patty join in.  In the winter we would sled ride down Dones hill from Naomi. In the summer we would play the neighborhood "kick the can ". 

I recall the year we gathered together at my house to plan one of the Madeira reunions. She was always full of great ideas and helped so much to find classmates and make it a success.

I remember in sharing with the families the joy when her cousin, Tom, came to live with them.  Then I was there to share their sorrow when Tom was killed along with Jack Evans in that terrible auto accident.  

So many different emotions flood back into my mind. Most of all, I remember such a sweet and warm friend. Never a harsh word ever came out of her mouth. Heaven has truely gotten another angel.


01/22/16 04:58 PM #7    

Christopher "Kit" Kemp

Sending heartfelt condolences to Nancy's family. She will be missed.

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