Nan Harriet Michalewicz

March 12, 1940June 9, 2021

Nan Harriet Michalewicz, 81, of Nashua, formerly of Biddeford Pool Maine, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 9, 2021. Born in Biddeford, Maine on March 12, 1940, she was the daughter of the late Robert Noble Sr. and Hazel E. (Crowley) Noble. She attended and graduated from Biddeford High School, where she was a majorette in the class of 1958.

Nan had a passion and talent for cooking, she could make a 3 course meal out of anything or nothing at all. An avid sports fan, she followed the Red Sox and New England Patriots religiously. She enjoyed company of all ages, especially babies, and was of true social butterfly nature. Nan loved being surrounded by her family who were the most important part of her life. She was a sassy, giving, one of a kind woman, who loved deeply. She will be missed by all who knew her.

She is survived by her sons Scott Michalewicz and his wife Cheryl Palmer-Michalewicz, Craig Michalewicz, Trent Michalewicz and his wife Sherrie Michalewicz, Kurt Michalewicz and his wife Kristina Michalewicz, Gary Michalewicz; daughter Kristen Gover and her husband Bill Gover; grandchildren Tyler Michalewicz and his wife Haley, Kaileigh Michalewicz, Devin, Stacia Michalewicz and her partner Peter Powell, Clair, Adam, Selia Michalewicz, Timothy Rair, Bryce, Caitlin and Justin Gover, Zackary and Lindsey Michalewicz, Cameron, Julia, Nicholas, and Lauren Michalewicz. Nan adored the newest members of her family, her great-grandchildren Tate Michalewicz and Kai Powell. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She is predeceased by her brothers Robert L. Noble Jr., Gary K. Noble; and sister Cynthia A. (Noble) O’Leary.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

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Nancy Michaud

June 19, 2021

We had some fun times, especially the dinners on our birthdays. Rest in peace my friend.

Tammie Jarry

June 17, 2021

Your mom and I go way back and have so many great memories! We had a lot of fun and good times together. She was a great mom to all of you kids and she will be missed dearly by all of you I know. I am happy that both of our families have so many great memories growing up! My deepest sympathy to you all❤️ friends always ❤️

With all our love,
Terry, Red, Kevin & Tammie

Kristin Burchell

June 17, 2021

Dear Kristen and Family: That smile is one thing I will always remember about your Mom. She was always laughing and joking when I saw her. Kristen, I see where you got your headstrong approach to life. That will always be a part of you. Though she is physically not with you she will forever be in your hearts. And, knowing your Mom, she will pop up in the most unusual and sometimes totally unexpected times. May you find peace. Kristin.

Hattie McCarthy

June 16, 2021

I loved listening to mom, (Vicki Goodwin), Cynthia and Nan talk and share stories and laughter while we sat at picnic table at Hattie's. (Mom put us all to work peeling peaches, or apples or potatoes.) I'm so sad we won't do that again on this Earth. Thank you Nan, though we haven't talked in a long time, I always felt at ease with you and enjoyed your counsel and company. Miss you.

Cheryl Michalewicz

June 16, 2021

Heaven gained another another amazing woman. You were definitely a woman who loved unconditionally that you were closest to and I admired that in you.
We will forever miss that spunky woman telling people the way it was (good or bad) who always had the best comebacks and laughed whole heartedly.
But most of all we will miss your love.

Cheryl Michalewicz