Swan Funeral Home

1224 Boston Post Road, Old Saybrook, CT


Nancy G. Trask

October 3, 1931June 13, 2020

Nancy G. Trask, of Old Saybrook, CT entered into eternal peace on June 13,2020

Nancy was born on Oct. 3rd 1931. She grew up in Northeast Harbor Maine and graduated valedictorian of her class from Gilman High School. She married her high school sweetheart Graham "Bud" Trask on Sept. 23rd, 1951.

Nancy was an avid seamstress and was an active member of Grace Episcopal Church she was know for her beautiful doll clothes that she would sew for their annual church fair.

She was predecesed by her husband Graham on Dec. 13th, 2000. And will be lovingly remembered by her children and their spouses;

Michael Trask (Mae) Niantic, CT, Linda DuBois (Jon) Vero Beach, FL, Richard Trask (Kim) Alachua, FL, Joseph Trask, (Nancy) Franklin, CT, Edward Trask (Erin) Norwalk, CT

She also leaves behind her cherished grandchildren Carly, Sean,Kyle, Rachel, Annie and Perrin

A private funeral service will be held at Grace Episcopal Church Sat. July 18th at 11am

The Reverend Charles Hamill will preside.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Grace Episcopal Church, Old Saybrook, CT or a charity of your choosing.

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Sandra Ames-Murphy

July 1, 2020

I am sorry for the family's loss. I hope you are able to find peaceful moments and share in happy memories during this sad time.

Scott Ames

June 23, 2020

So sorry to hear of the loss of you Mom. There were so many fond memories with our parents, from your Dad being our Little League baseball coach, to horseshoes in their backyards, to visits from coffee and cake. The Moms usually would sit in the kitchen, finally getting a break from their busy days and likely talking about their husbands, sons and daughters, I'm sure. May Mrs. Trask (first names didn't exist back then out of respect) rest in peace with your Dad and hopefully have a chance to share a sliver of Entenmann's cake with Mr. and Mrs. Ames.

Scott Ames and Family

Cal and Joyce Baker

June 19, 2020

Dear Michael, Mae, Carly and Kyle,
We were very surprised to hear of the passing of Nancy. She was such a faithful member of Grace Church. We will miss her enthusiastic smile and know that she is with our Lord. May she rest in peace. Blessings, Cal and Joyce Baker

Leigh-Bette Maynard

June 16, 2020

Mrs Trask was always so kind and caring to me when we were young. I remember visiting the house and she always made me feel so welcome. I would always see her at church as a young girl. Later my fondest memory was witnessing how kind and helpful she was to Eleanor. I had the most wonderful visits with the two ladies. Love your Mom Joey and Eddie. She always shared how you were doing with much pride. She’s a very special lady that will always be remembered fondly in my heart.

With deepest sympathy from our family to yours. May your memories always bring a smile to your face and light in your hearts.


Leigh-Bette and family