Fuquay-Varina - Nancy Jeanne Mannino-Loo, 70, passed away on Friday, June 8, 2018. A Mass will be held at 11:00 on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 at St. Bernadette Catholic Church, 1005 Wilbon Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC.
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My beautiful sister Nancy .We have share so much of our lives together the 3 of us The Mannino kids.Those were the happier times together. this is the saddest most heartbreaking time. The pain of losing you is unbearable.How can we exist with you? all the phone calls, long talks etc. I know i will reach for the phone and forget i cannot speak to you.Mere words cannot describe how much we love and miss you.
Our Nancy, so lovely so smart, so full of life, your amazing smile that would light up the room.Your bravery for fighting such a long and painful battle, still having hope until the very end..My sister had a brilliant mind, a member of Mensa. A teacher for many years who adored her children and as they adored her as well. Nancy loved to cook and bake, and continued our Italian traditions. as i will also pass them on to my daughter as well..She loved her husband Glenn, her 2 boys, were the light of her life. her pets, her church her singing in the choir.
Yes, i was blessed with such an amazing sister. who is now in the arms of my parents and the Lord. May she now find that peace and happiness she so deserved. Nancy, you will never be forgotten by many many people, you will be missed every day.
Someday, when God decides, we will all be together once more as a family. Until then my heart will continue to ache.
RIP, my dear sister Nancy
Keep giving us signs, that will give us comfort.
My eternal love always
Your big sister Linda
Submitted by Linda Mahia on Jun 12 2018 07:22:41 PM
Jon and Mike, I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother. As a daughter, I can't imagine life without my mom, and my heart breaks for you. As a mother, I have to say that she must have been very proud of you both. I love the way you work and play so well together. I can see that you love each other and nothing warms my heart more than when my children are loving each other. I'm sure your mom felt the same way. The best way to honor her would be to continue showing that kind of love to your family and neighbors. Please let me know if you ever need anything even if it's just a short conversation. I'm praying for your family to have peace and strength during this very difficult time.
Submitted by Jean Creede on Jun 12 2018 06:05:00 PM
So sorry for your loss. May “the God of all comfort” be with this family. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)
Submitted by C. Williams on Jun 12 2018 08:56:09 AM
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Linda lit a candle on Jun 11 2018 11:50:53 PM
Glenn, Mike, and Jon,
Nancy was a generous, kind soul, a faithful servant, and the quintessential Italian mom. She would do anything for anyone and even extended her kindness to animals. She loved singing in the choir and attending mass when she could. And yes, she always made more food than was necessary. She loved my son, Alan, like one of her own. I aways knew that if he wasn't at home, he was at the Loo's, and that gave me comfort. I could always count on him bringing back some delicious homemade goodies. Thank you, Nancy for making too much food!
Nancy was proud of her boys and rightly so; Mike and Jon are successful young men who have supportive, loving women in their lives. You and Glenn did a good job of raising them!
I will miss Nancy. I know she had challenges in her life. I saw her fight hard to overcome them. Yet, she never lost her faith when times were difficult. I know now that she is at peace and not suffering.
I am a better person for having known Nancy.
Submitted by Jeannette Karnofsky on Jun 11 2018 09:59:15 PM
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Scott Mahia lit a candle on Jun 11 2018 06:32:23 PM
Dearest Cousin Nancy,
No words can describe the loss of you. My heart has broken once again. Your love generosity and kindness surpasses this universe. I will never forget all you have done for me. The fun times we had growing up together and when you picked me up from school. The Clubs, bakery runs, Pizza clown n Baccis, Remember “Sugar”.......All the children you taught in your classes have been blessed by your knowledge. As well as your boys. They will forever be indebted to you and your patience. Your suffering no more and in the gates of heaven I’m sure with the rest of our relatives. Until we meet again. I love you and will miss your tender voice and gentle way.
Love you always Carol and family.
Deepest Condolences to Glen , Michael, & Jon
Submitted by Carol J. Pereira on Jun 11 2018 04:47:40 PM
To Glenn and family - deepest condolences - Nancy and Veronica were friends of many years - Nancy always had a beautiful smile - she was loved by us - they are both in God's hands -
Submitted by Jack Scheinuk on Jun 10 2018 07:13:08 PM
My dear Aunt Nancy we are devastated and heart broken. I know you are now at peace embraced by the love and light of god and wrapped in the arms of your mom and dad. I will always remember my big 💜’d Aunt Nancy who loved to shop, bake and cook enough to feed an army. Had so many fun times as a child going on adventures with you and spending weekends together. It’s not goodbye it’s until we are together again see you some day on the other side. We miss you and love you! Love your niece Cheryl & Family 💜💐
Submitted by Cheryl DeMattico on Jun 10 2018 12:59:24 PM
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