Nancy Jacqueline Resnick

October 14, 1935February 9, 2021

Nancy Jacqueline Resnick, 85, of Braintree, passed away peacefully February 9, 2021. Born on October 14, 1935 in Boston, Massachusetts to Edward and Henrietta Liberman. She married her love, Bernard Norman Resnick, in February of 1957 who preceded her in death in 2002.

Nancy is survived by her children, Susan and Marty George, Scott and Lori Resnick, and Eric and Cindy Resnick; her brother and wife Paul and Joyce Liberman, brother and wife Daniel and Helen Liberman; grandchildren Rachel and Jon, Jessica, Jacob, Lucas, and Jonathan; great-grandchildren Amelia, Eliza, and Caroline; and many nephews, nieces, and loved ones who fondly loved her as Aunt Nancy or simply Nanni.

A founder and lifetime member of Temple B’nai Shalom of Braintree where she was loved and adored by the congregation during her 60 years of service to her 2nd family. Right up to her passing she was actively supporting fundraising and other initiatives for the Temple.

For many years Nancy worked for the Braintree (MA) Public School System as a school secretary where she touched the lives of countless students, educators, and administrators.

Even in her 80’s Nancy visited the gym 5 days a week highlighted by her countless hours on the rowing machine and talking about the latest news in Boston sports with her friends. When not at the gym, she could be seen mowing her lawn, painting the house, or tending to her flower beds.

Burial and Shiva will be private due to the current environment. Donations in her memory may be made to Temple B’nai Shalom, 41 Storrs Avenue, Braintree (MA) 02184.


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Sue Wilson

February 12, 2021

Nancy made the best Chocolate Chip Cookies EVER! When she made them especially for us with love as her secret ingredient I think, they tasted even better if that was possible. She was the best of friends with my Mom and they had such wonderful times together in all they did. When Mom moved to assisted living, Nancy made sure she remained connected to the "girls" and the Temple and visited her often. We also had many a conversation regarding Mom, her advice and support was so appreciated. She will be profoundly missed by so many, it goes without saying that her memory will surely be a blessing to all who knew her.

Patti Rosenfield

February 11, 2021

I am saddened to hear of Nancy's passing. I had the pleasure of knowing her for the past 23 years. She was a pillar of the temple and her high expectations for herself and everyone else made those around better people. She was a hoot, with a dry sense of humor and a look that would freeze Lot's wife. She led by example and I wish all of us the strength and faculties she had until the end. May you be comforted by her memory and those of Bernie too.

Sonia Livo

February 10, 2021

Your Nancy was a very accomplished woman. She had a big family and she could even have great-grandchildren. She has gone to sleep temporarily. The Bible, In the book of Isaiah chapter 26, verse 19 reads: “ Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning, And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life” So, our Almighty God promises that Nancy will resurrect and that she would live forever on earth (Psalm 37:29)