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                                Anne Rose Nagy

February 23, 1919 – February 4, 2018Nagy

 

Anne Rose Nagy, age 98, of Monroe, passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 4th at Wellspring Lutheran services.

Born February 23,1919, Anne was one of three children born from the union of the late Peter and Karoline (Muhlhammer) Nagy. She attended St. Mary’s Academy, and went on to graduate from Monroe High School with the class of 1937. On September 2, 1939, Anne married the love of her life, the late Frank D. Nagy at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. For many years she worked as a clerk at Woolworth and Kresge’s.

Anne was a member of Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church,and its past Altar Society. She volunteered for Meals on Wheels, the Monroe Public Schools Student Census, and was the 3rd precinct foreman for City of Monroe elections. She was also a member of the Mercy Memorial Hospital Guild and the Rose Garden Club.

To cherish her memory, Anne leaves six children: Dale (Kathy) Nagy of Boise, Idaho, Frank Nagy of Monroe, Michigan, Daniel (Patty) Nagy of Spokane, Washington, William (Jan)Nagy of Pompano Beach, Florida,, Carolyn (Dennis) Gacioch of North Canton, Ohio and Beth Anne (Ehren) Paul of La Salle, Michigan; twelve grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and one great great grandchild.

In addition to her parents, and husband, Anne is preceded in death by two brothers: Frank and Joseph Giljum.

Family and friends may visit from 2 until 8 pm on Friday, February 9, 2018 at Rupp Funeral Home. A Rosary Service will take place at 6 pm. She will lie state at 9 am on Saturday, February 10th, at Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church in Monroe, with a funeral mass at 10. Rev. Raymond Arwady will officiate. An entombment will immediately follow at St Joseph Cemetery, Monroe.

Memorial contributions are suggested to Saint John Church or Promedica Hospice.

Online condolences to the family may be made through www.ruppfuneralhomeinc.com.

10 Responses to Anne Rose Nagy

  • Amy Hamilton says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. This world is a lovelier place because of the children your mother leaves behind. Sincerely, the Hopper and Hamilton families

  • Dan Didario says:

    Thoughts & Prayers to all of you, I remember your Mom from my days at St. John’s. My Mom was Ann Didario and she was friends with your Mom, I think they were members of the Altar Society together. May God Bless all of you.

  • Lynn McCloskey Harter says:

    I was so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was such a kind and gentle lady. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  • Deb and Dave Millican says:

    Please know our love and thoughts are with you. Mrs.Nagy was a lovely and special woman. I have some very special memories of your mom that I hold dear. I was able to visit your mom at Wellspring while Dave’s dad was there and we had some lovely visits with he -

  • Lillian Ames says:

    Mrs. Nagy was special to my brother and me when we were growing up. (Burr and Lily Snyder) I’ll always have good memories of your mom and your family. Thoughts of healing and prayers for all of you.

  • Mr &Mrs Mark mignano says:

    our sympathy to the family. Anne will always be in our prayers. love to all the nagy’s. so sorry we can’t be there.

  • It was such a pleasure to take care of her!!!! She loved my son. I loved her so. May God wrap His comforting arms around you all!!!! Sending prayers your way!!!!!! Xo

  • Joe and Jan Loruss says:

    Frank we was sorry to hear of your moms passing away shes an angel in Gods army now. God bless You and your family. Take care of yourself God bless you through these hard days ahead but know you will see her again some day.

  • Stephen Giljum says:

    My condolences to Beth, Bill, Caroline, Dale, Dan, Frank and your respective family’s. I just heard about it today (2/13/2018), and I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother was one of the sweetest and kindest people I knew, and gave the best hugs. She and Uncle Frank were some of my favorite people and I will mourn her passing now. I look forward to seeing her, Uncle Joe and my Dad again one day in heaven.

    Your cousin Steve

    I miss you Aunt Annie. :(

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