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Nan Woolley

Nan Elizabeth Woolley

Thursday, November 19th, 1942 - Sunday, May 31st, 2020
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Obituary

Nan Elizabeth Woolley, 77, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 31, 2020 at Spectrum Lakeland Hospital. A long time Berrien County resident, she most recently lived at The Whitcomb in St. Joseph.

Born November 19, 1942 in Spangler, PA to John Edwin and Mary (Wagner) Thomas, Nan was a graduate of Abington Heights High School in Clarks Summit, PA and the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. In June of 1963 Nan married Dennis Woolley, they had three sons and remained married for 52 years before Dennis passed away in 2015.

Nan and her young family moved to St. Joseph in 1971. She and Dennis raised their family here. The mother of three active sons, she also worked as a dental hygienist for many years. After retiring as a dental hygienist, she volunteered as a Montessori school teacher. She involved herself in several local civic organizations including the Krasl Art Center and The Symphony League of Southwest Michigan. She was a member of St. Joseph and St. John & Bernard Catholic Parishes during her many years in the area.

Nan is survived by her sons, Andrew (Rachelle) Woolley, and Benjamin (Sharon) Woolley; four adult grandchildren; and her siblings, Patricia (Edward) Gibble, and John (M’Liss) Thomas. She is preceded in death by her husband, Dennis Woolley; her son, Dennis (Chip) Woolley, Jr.; and her parents.

A memorial gathering will occur at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to the Alzheimer’s Association, www.alz.org.
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Mike Sarola

Posted at 11:09am
Andy,
Very sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. Thoughts and prayers are with you and family.
Mike Sarola
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ROSALIE SANTARLAS

Posted at 05:01pm
IWE WERE SADDENED TO HEAR THE NEWS OF YOUR MOM'S PASSING. MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO ALL OF THE FAMILY. SENDING HUGS AND PRAYERS . THE SANTARLAS FAMILY
JR

Jeff Rhoa

Posted at 12:55pm
Andy,

My deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of your mother. I wish you all the best during these difficult times. Jeff Rhoa.
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RAWoolley

Posted at 07:59pm
In loving memory from Kathy and Dick.
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Fr. Bill Jacobs

Posted at 07:44pm
Dear Family & friends,
Wishing you & yours my sincere & heartfelt Sympathy. She was definitely a "Gem" as a part of SS John& Bernard Parish. She always had a smile as well something very positive to share. I will offer a Mass tomorrow morning in her Memory . I was very priviledged to be a part of her journey. May God reward her goodness,

In Sympathy,
Father Bill Jacobs
Former Pastor of SS John & Bernard Parish


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