Nancy Graham

Nancy Graham (Sacolic)

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Nancy C. Graham,54, of Woodland,PA. went to be with the lord on July 9, 2020.
She was born on March 6, 1966 at Clearfield. Nancy was a loving mother of 3 that enjoyed doing arts and crafts.
Left to cherish her memory are her sons Spencer,Shane, and Derrick Graham and her husband Darrin Graham.
Nancy is preceded in death by her father Raymond Sacolic and her mother Elsie Sacolic.
Memorial contributions in Nancy's name can be made to the American Cancer Society.
PA Simple Cremation, Clearfield is assisting the family with arrangements.
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Julie Fenton

Posted at 10:58am
My deepest sympathies to all of the Graham family. I spent many Thursday nights during her son and my son's senior year working side by side feeding the football team. I got to know her and we became friends. We stayed in touch after our sons graduated and I truly believe she was sent to be in my life for a reason. She was the most positive person I know. She loved her family and spoke about how proud she was of each of her sons. I will miss her. My heart is with all of you at this difficult time. Julie Fenton and family

Linda Young

Posted at 10:51am
Prayers and Love to the family .

Tom and Linda Young

Wendy R Wooster

Posted at 10:22am
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Nancy. It was a pleasure having to have met her when she started working for American HomePatient. We clicked right away and ended up being pretty good friends. Eventually, she was able to leave AHOM and I eventually ended up leaving for a new job at PSU. We kept in touch for a little while but then that ended up fading away. She was always a joy to be around. Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers. May God wrap his loving arms around you all. Wendy "Pooh" Wooster


Posted at 07:31am
Rest in peace my friend. Prayers and hugs of comfort for the family.

Brooke Bush

Posted at 03:25am
Nancy was one of the most incredible women that I have had a pleasure to know. She filled the room with smiles, no matter who was around. Her heart was good and strong. She was creative and determined. She took pride in her family, especially her boys. Every time I saw her, she was telling a story about one of them or showing a picture or having everyone listen to a song. She constantly talked about Hope, her hubby, and her sons.
This world was blessed to know someone like Nancy, with her kind and giving soul. And now heaven is blessed to know her too.

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