OBITUARY

Nancy Louise Maren

April 24, 1939February 27, 2018

Nancy L. Maren passed away on February 27, 2018. Nancy was born April 24, 1939 in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania to James V. Fineran and Virginia A. Fineran. She is preceded in death by both parents. She was beloved by her husband of 58 years, Paul A. Maren; her daughters, Kathleen Maren and Ann (Greg) Pugh; son, James (Cindy) Maren; grandchildren, Erin (Jimm) Callaghan, Elizabeth Pugh, Adam Pugh, Anna Maren, and Cate Maren; brother, Jim (Marylou) Fineran. Nancy was a member of St. Gabriel Parish in Glendale. After raising her children, Nancy worked for Modern Machinery in Cincinnati, Ohio and later Hancock Fabrics before retiring. Nancy enjoyed sewing, knitting, college basketball (March Madness), and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren whom she treasured. There will be a visitation at St. Gabriel Church, 48 W. Sharon Road Glendale, Ohio 45246 from 9:30to 10:30a.m. Saturday, March 3, 2018 with a Mass of Eternal Rest immediately following. Burial to follow at Gate of Heaven cemetery in Montgomery, Ohio.

  • FAMILY

  • Paul A. Maren, Husband
  • Kathleen Maren, Daughter
  • Ann (Greg) Pugh, Daughter
  • James (Cindy) Maren, Son
  • Erin (Jimm) Callaghan, Grandchild
  • Elizabeth Pugh, Grandchild
  • Adam Pugh, Grandchild
  • Anna Maren, Grandchild
  • Cate Maren, Grandchild
  • Jim (Marylou) Fineran, Brother

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, March 3, 2018
  • Mass Of Eternal Rest Saturday, March 3, 2018
REMEMBERING

Nancy Louise Maren

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Tammy Koppinger

March 2, 2018

Ann, hugs and prayers to you and your family!

Carol Cooper

March 1, 2018

Ann Marie,
I'm so sorry for the loss of your mom. My thoughts are with you and your family.

Angela (Poole) Daum

February 28, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. I work at Schmidt Dhonau and when I saw your mother come into our care, I felt immediately saddened. Ann - while we never spoke much in High School I always thought you were a nice person. I met your mother when I was interviewing for a job at Modern Machinery soooo long ago ( it seems). I instantly liked her - it was easy to see where you got your kind nature. Joan Doyle (a mutual friend) and I were sharing our memories of your mother earlier today and they were all good. Please be strong - you have family and friends to help support you through this difficult time. Much love, Angela.

FROM THE FAMILY