Nancy A Logaglio

Nancy A Logaglio

Nancy A Logaglio

March 20, 1962~January 31, 2020

Logaglio, Nancy A. 57 of New Port Richey died January 31, 2020. She was born in White Plains, NY on March 20, 1962.

Nancy is survived by her husband Mark Logaglio, sons Lance Logaglio, Brian Logaglio, their wives, 3 grandchildren, and a large extended family stretching across the country.

Friends & family are welcome at the Dobies Funeral Home 6616 Congress St. New Port Richey on Wednesday Feb. 5, 2020. A viewing will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 PM with a service of remembrance at 6:30 PM.

Arrangements are under the direction of Dobies Funeral Home Congress Chapel

Condolence

Audrey Ruggiero (Best friends )

February 3, 2020, 12:00 am

Mark, Lance & Brian,

My deepest condolences to each of you. All of hearts are broken. I do not know what to say or do to ease your pain, nor mine.

I know we will see her again, she is healed, and I know she is near always.

This and all of memories, good and bad, will enable you, and all of us to put one step in front of the other, as we journey on.

She lives on through the children you raised, the grandchildren that are born and on and on for future generations.

For the lives she touched the short time she was with, we are all richer and better people because of her.

The children lives she & I impacted all those years at our Lady of Lourdes teaching religion are all enriched for having known her. The proof was when the young man we had taught came up to us & thanked us for that, we met totally by chance as we were heading to see the Christ.

She’s home with her Lord & Savior, He welcomed her home with “ well done My good & faithful servant.”.

Rest In Peace my dear, sweet friend, til we see each other again.

Remember, Nancy, to save a place for me.

Forever, in my heart, thoughts, and memories, love you sister.

Audrey

Audrey Ruggiero (Best friends )

February 3, 2020, 12:00 am

Mark, Lance & Brian,

My deepest condolences to each of you. All of hearts are broken. I do not know what to say or do to ease your pain, nor mine.

I know we will see her again, she is healed, and I know she is near always.

This and all of memories, good and bad, will enable you, and all of us to put one step in front of the other, as we journey on.

She lives on through the children you raised, the grandchildren that are born and on and on for future generations.

For the lives she touched the short time she was with, we are all richer and better people because of her.

The children lives she & I impacted all those years at our Lady of Lourdes teaching religion are all enriched for having known her. The proof was when the young man we had taught came up to us & thanked us for that, we met totally by chance as we were heading to see the Christ.

She’s home with her Lord & Savior, He welcomed her home with “ well done My good & faithful servant.”.

Rest In Peace my dear, sweet friend, til we see each other again.

Remember, Nancy, to save a place for me.

Forever, in my heart, thoughts, and memories, love you sister.

Audrey

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