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Charlene Stevenson Nagy
22 octobre , 1953 – 6 mai , 2019
Charlene T. Stevenson Nagy, 65 Of Alexandria, Virginia
At 5:30 AM on Monday 5/6/19 @(Inova Mount Vernon Hospital, went to be with our Lord after complications from cancer, was surrounded by her family and friends.
Born in Luisville, Kentucky on October 22, 1953 to parents Charles Vernon and Mary Elizabeth (Lesho) Stevenson.
Married to John F. Nagy on 12/24/81 until his passing on 8/24/2017.
Charlene’s pride and joy was her daughter (baby girl, Deanna Joy Mushero) and her grandson (Timothy W. Mushero, Jr. (TJ, Stinkpot who could do no wrong in her eyes).
Charlene worked as an RN at Mount Vernon Hospital for 30 years, retired in October 2017. Charlene had many friends/co-workers who she cherished and loved from the bottom of her heart. Her patients meant the world to her. She took pride in her job and responsibilities as an RN.
Charlene was preceded in death by her father: Charles Vernon Stevenson, her brother: Stephen Charles Stevenson, and by her husband: John Francis Nagy.
Charlene is survived by her mother: Mary Elizabeth (Lesho) Stevenson, her sister: Susanne Stevenson, her daughter: Deanna Joy Mushero (Timothy Wayne Sr.), her grandson: Timothy Wayne Mushero Jr. (TJ), her nieces: Angela, Crystal and Stephanie (Stevenson) plus many great nieces and a great nephew, and many cousins.
Meaningful Expressions of Love: as expressed by family and friends.
Charlene Never met a stranger, she had Saint Anthony (patron of lost things) on speed dial; she would go out of her way for anyone, she would bring home every stray cat or dog, she made time for every person in need of anything, she had a heart of gold, she had a major impact on everyone she met. She had a tendency to be late, she had ten thumbs and nicknamed “Grace” as a joke, she was not materialistic, “take me as I am” type of lady with no airs about her, she beat to her own drum.
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital or your favorite charity.
- Visitation mardi, 14 mai , 2019
- Mass of The Resurrection mercredi, 15 mai , 2019
- Christian Burial mercredi, 15 mai , 2019
Charlene Stevenson Nagy
2 octobre , 2019
My heart is broken tonight, as I just found out Charlene has passed on. I worked with her at IMVH for 3 years on night shift. She was kind, welcoming and a friend from the start. I remember her as a woman who loved her family above all and her dogs were precious to her. She was always ready to offer help, and was a blessing to patients in her care. She was a wonderful nurse, filled with compassion and love for others. I know her faith was strong, so I don't doubt that it carried her through to the end and helps to hold her family up. I keep your family in my prayers.
8 mai , 2019
To Nina and family & Mrs. Stevenson,
I wish to convey my deepest sympathies in the loss of your beloved Charlene. What a phenomenal and strong women she was. Always caring and compassionate to those around her and especially to the patients that she cared for. I don't know if you fully understand all the love that she gave to her patients and their families. She was loved by her patients, colleagues and friends for the wonderful person that she was. I was so in awe of her love & devotion for the care that she provided to her husband through his most challenging times. She was a sensational person and I will miss her dearly. She brought joy to my heart just to be around her, always seeing the best in people.
God is the lucky one now as he has her with him for all eternity. May she rest in peace.