Thomson Funeral Home


Nancy Mae McGregor

29 October, 19343 February, 2021

Nancy Mae McGregor

Sunrise: October 29 1934 Sunset: February 3, 2021

Nancy was born in Toronto into a family of seven children, all girls. Her parents emigrated from England and she shared a strong bond with her mother, Edith Mae Bogie. Nancy was a force of nature – an intelligent, independent woman, ahead of her time. In her youth, she joined the Air Force where she had a brief career as a disk jockey. A steadfast member of Augustine United Church, she served as secretary and member on many committees. Nancy was a loving and protective mother of three sons, raising them to become strong, compassionate, family-oriented men. Valuing camp experiences for her boys, she became involved in Camp Stephens for many years. Nancy pursued a university education when her boys were grown and in university themselves. A degree in social work led to employment with Children’s Aid Society of Winnipeg and later, in the Pediatric Unit at Health Sciences Centre. Nancy delighted in her grandchildren, enriching their lives with love, food and meaningful experiences. She was an integral part of their lives, attending hockey, soccer and rugby games, concerts, performances and school events and sharing her love of cooking. Nancy was a compassionate and pragmatic woman who touched many lives with her kindnesses and attention to the needs of others. We are so blessed to have loved and been loved by her. Nancy is cherished by her three sons and their families: Perry (Rhael), David & Bev (Andrew & fiancée Stephanie, Ellen) and Scott & Alice (Stephen, Magdalena). Nancy was grateful for her close friends Leslie, Rae, Anne and Peggy. Cremation has taken place; a family service has occurred and celebration of life will occur later. In place of flowers please consider a donation to Camp Stephens Campership Fund or Augustine’s Oak Table. We, her family, are grateful for the care of doctors, nurses and staff at St. Boniface Hospital and, in particular Reverend Don Ross for his ministering and friendship.


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Nancy Mae McGregor

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Karen Frank

23 February 2021

My deepest condolences to my nephews and their family.

I am so very sorry for your loss .

My sister was a very special person.

Love with Hugs Auntie Karen

Rebbie Albert

5 February 2021

To my cousins and their family. I was very sad to hear the news about Aunty Nan. She was a great person. The times I had the opportunity to be with her will be cherished. My heart and prayers go out to you all with love. Love Rebbie