OBITUARY

Nancy Elizabeth Pink

28 September, 195514 June, 2021
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Nancy Elizabeth Pink, age 65 of Dartmouth passed away unexpectedly on Monday, June 14, 2021. Born in New Bedford she was the daughter of the late Gerard George and Leah Mae Pink.

She graduated from UMASS, was a Licensed CPA, and semi-retired from MASS Mutual in Springfield, MA.

Nan had an excellent eye for quality and detail and created a beautiful home environment. She was an avid reader her whole life, especially mysteries. She was a pet parent of cats and a dog. Nan was a crafter a painter, and a lifelong fashionista. She also enjoyed music of all genres and she was an accomplished pianist, fiddler, lead and bass guitarist and clarinetist. She will be deeply missed.

Nancy is survived by her loving sister, Rebecca Pink of New Bedford, her brother; Jonathan Pink and his wife Donna of Lakeville, his children-nieces, Rachel Pink and her husband Jim MacWilliam and Olivia Pink; her nephews, Alexander and Zachary Pink. Nan’s beloved dog Mona is officially adopted by Rebecca. She was the sister of the late Richard and Martha Pink.

Her Visitation “Life Story” will be celebrated on Saturday, August 21, 2021 from 2:00pm-4:00pm in the WARING-SULLIVAN FUNERAL HOME AT DARTMOUTH, 230 Russells Mills Rd., Dartmouth, MA 02748. For on-line tributes www.waring-sullivan.com

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Christine Medeiros

19 July 2021

Rebecca and Jon,

Our deepest sympathy. My heart breaks knowing that she was taken too soon. I am sure that she is with your mom and dad and the rest of the Pink family watching over you and yours. Mona will find peace with her new mom. Life is short...live each day like it was your last because we don't know. Cherish the great memories that you have of her until you meet again, no regrets!

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Chris and John V

Rebecca Pink

16 July 2021

Nan. I am so proud to call you my sister, No matter what seems the distance- you are right here in my heart forever and I in yours. I can't fathom these past years without you. I know there are challenges ahead but it was always you telling me how strong I was so I know I'll be alright. We are growing in Spirit, Nan, and we will never stop. I will always treasure our friendship, my beautiful sister. Be still and listen for thy voice...

Martha Story-Foisy

15 July 2021

Today, I found out with much dismay of Nancy's passing. I had not seen Nancy in recent years but I fondly remember our time spent together when she lived in Springfield. We shared books as we had somewhat the same tastes there and I enjoyed many a luscious dinner and wine at the Virginia St house. She turned me on to the best nail salon ever just over the city line into Longmeadow! Nancy was the most lovely lady, beautiful inside and out, brilliant, kind, interesting and interested. All of it in one beautiful package. I mourn her death acutely and extend my deepest sympathy to Rebecca, Jonathan and all her family. A bright light is gone from our planet.

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Biography

Nancy Elizabeth Pink, age 65 of Dartmouth passed away unexpectedly on Monday, June 14, 2021. Born in New Bedford she was the daughter of the late Gerard George and Leah Mae Pink.

She graduated from UMASS, was a Licensed CPA, and semi-retired from MASS Mutual in Springfield, MA.

Nan had an excellent eye for quality and detail and created a beautiful home environment. She was an avid reader her whole life, especially mysteries. She was a pet parent of cats and a dog. Nan was a crafter a painter, and a lifelong fashionista. She also enjoyed music of all genres and she was an accomplished pianist, fiddler, lead and bass guitarist and clarinetist. She will be deeply missed.

Nancy is survived by her loving sister, Rebecca Pink of New Bedford, her brother; Jonathan Pink and his wife Donna of Lakeville, his children-nieces, Rachel Pink and her husband Jim MacWilliam and Olivia Pink; her nephews, Alexander and Zachary Pink. Nan’s beloved dog Mona is officially adopted by Rebecca. She was the sister of the late Richard and Martha Pink.

Her Visitation “Life Story” will be celebrated on Saturday, August 21, 2021 from 2:00pm-4:00pm in the WARING-SULLIVAN FUNERAL HOME AT DARTMOUTH, 230 Russells Mills Rd., Dartmouth, MA 02748. For on-line tributes www.waring-sullivan.com