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Nancy Berardi Hogan

July 12, 1930October 26, 2020

Nancy Berardi Hogan was born on July 12, 1930 and passed away on October 26, 2020. Nancy was the 3rd child of Florence Grace Howell Belbusti (Dube) and Victor Belbusti. She grew up in Framingham, MA. She was mother of 7 children. 5 surviving, Maureen Russo of Cocoa, FL, Karen Mansfield of Titusville, FL, Joseph Sleczkowski of Pepperell, MA, Donna Jones of MA, Diane Mahar-Beaverton, OR, sisters Rose Sandstrom of Chicago and Lola Higgins of Jacksonville, FL. Many nieces and nephews and 12 Grandchildren and 9 Great grands. She was predeceased by her son Robert and daughter Katherine. Nancy is also survived by her stepdaughters Deanna Pletschke and Paula Berardi and 2 other grandchildren and 1 great grand child. She never thought of them as Steps.

In 2001 she became a member of St John of the Cross Secular Order of Discalced Carmelites. She loved to harmonize with her sisters and continued to sing worshipping the Lord. Her favorite song was "Here I am Lord". She love to crochet and many have her end products. She loved the babies that were able to visit either her own greats or staff family members. She did not die of covid but was a casualty due to the isolation it caused in the elderly. Her warm smile and quiet ways will be missed.

Funeral Mass will be held on November 4, 2020 at 11:00 am at St. Helen Catholic Church, 2000 20th Street, Vero Beach, FL. Committal Service will be held on November 4, 2020 at 12:30 pm at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, 6026 North Us Highway 1, Fort Pierce, FL.

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Selena Russo

November 4, 2020

Oh Nanny! So many amazing memories of playing Cape Cod Rummy with Nono (and others) as a kid. I could never fit all the cards in my hand and had to use a seat making sure you guys were peaking and cheating! You started my love for cards early and that was definitely one of my favorite part of our visits! I will never forget your homemade sauce and pasta we had at every holiday (no matter what, still a tradition for us Russo girls), it was the best. You taught me about the carrot being in the sauce to help reduce the acid. You were a happy, loving, sweet soul always smiling. You loved to meet new people and loved making them smile too. You gave your heart to Jesus years ago and I know you are right next to him exactly where you were meant to be. Please watch over all of us and know you and your contagious smile will be missed dearly. Love you always... your favorite Grand Daughter (that never got old lol) xoxoxo

Melissa Russo

November 3, 2020

My grandma Nanny, you will be missed by my self an my two children, She made us all beautiful blankets with our favorite colors an was always happy to see the great grandchildren when they came to visit, an loved listening to her stories about when she was my age, we will miss you an love you Nanny❤️

Lindsey grounds

November 3, 2020

about our great grandma, i’ll never forget the times vava (maureen) haylie, miranda and i would go visit her and she would stop everyone including her friends and staff just to tell them who we were and how beautiful we were. she made beautiful blankets that the family and i have, we even got to choose our yarn color. she always told us about her past and all her favorite songs, she was a great singer. us great grandchildren will miss our great grandma, including rest of our family. love and miss you bunches.

Lola Higgins

November 2, 2020

I neglected to add that Nancy is also survived by her stepdaughters Deanna Pletschke and Paula Berardi and 2 other grandchildren and 1 great grand child. She never thought of them as Steps.

Lola Higgins

November 2, 2020

Nancy was the 3rd child of Florence Grace Howell Belbusti (Dube) and Victor Belbusti. She grew up in Framingham, MA. She was mother of 7 children. 5 surviving, Maureen Russo of Cocoa, FL, Karen Mansfield of Titusville, FL, Joseph Sleczkowski of Pepperell, MA, Donna Jones of MA, Diane Mahar-Beaverton, OR, sisters Rose Sandstrom of Chicago and Lola Higgins of Jacksonville, FL. Many nieces and nephews and 12 Grandchildren and 9 Great grands. She was predeceased by her son Robert and daughter Katherine. In 2001 she became a member of St John of the Cross Secular Order of Discalced Carmelites. She loved to harmonize with her sisters and continued to sing worshipping the Lord. Her favorite song was "Here I am Lord". She love to crochet and many have her end products. She loved the babies that were able to visit either her own greats or staff family members. She did not die of covid but was a casualty due to the isolation it caused in the elderly. Her warm smile and quiet ways will be missed.

Lola Higgins

October 31, 2020

I miss you already big sister, Godmother. God was finally ready to bring you home.

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