November 1, 1928 – March 22, 2018
Nancy was the beloved sister of the late Ruth Dussault (husband late Henry Dussault) and the late Mary Conabee (husband late Charles Randall Conabee). She leaves a niece, Susan Conabee Hughes (husband William Hughes) of Potomac, MD and nephew David Dussault (wife Tammy Dussault) of Assonet, MA. She also leaves great nephews, Ben Dussault, Sam Dussault, Will Hughes and Charlie Hughes. She was the beloved dear friend of the late Angus Bailey.
Nancy was a third grade teacher at the Doran School for 40 years, leading a life of service to the children of Fall River, retiring in 1993. Upon retirement she spent time with her great nephews.
She loved all types of music, theater and movies. Nancy was an avid reader who loved to visit the Providence Athenaeum, travel the world and spend time with her dearest friends and family.
A lifelong resident of Fall River, she was the daughter of the late Edward A. Sullivan and the late Mary (McGrath) Sullivan, both of Fall River.
Arrangements are in the care of WARING-SULLIVAN HOME at CHERRY PLACE, 178 Winter Street, and Fall River. Burial is Private. To leave a note of condolence: www.waring-sullivan.com
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JACK AND NATALIE HACKETT
March 26, 2018
NANCY, AS A FELLOW LONG TIMER AT THE DORAN SCHOOL, I HAVE MANY FOND MEMORIES OF YOU.
A QUIET, RESERVED LADY WHO TOUCHED HER STUDENTS MORE THAN SHE EVER KNEW. YOU WERE ALWAYS AVAILABLE FOR HELP TO YOUR FELLOW TEACHERS. A WONDERFUL ROLE MODEL HARD TO REPLACE.
MAY YOUR FAMILY FIND PEACE.
March 24, 2018
I worked next door to Nancy for many years at Doran School. She was a dear friend and mentor. David, she loved you dearly. She always spoke so highly of you. The students in the afterschool program at Doran School 2 years ago made her a quilt. When I brought it to her at Clifton, she was so happy to be remembered by the school. We lost a nice lady that had such dignity and a great sense of humor.
My deepest sympathies.