Nancy B. Voisine

May 31, 1955December 27, 2020

Nancy B. Voisine, 65, of Southington passed away on Sunday, December 27, 2020 at the HOCC at New Britain General. She was the loving wife and best friend of Southington Volunteer Firefighter Dean Voisine.

Born May 31, 1955 in Waterbury, she was the daughter of the late Nelson and Eleanor (Pond) Booth.

Nancy was employed by Dr. Christopher Manning’s office for many years. She was a member of the Southington Festival Chorale for 25 years, which was something she always looked forward to each season. She was also a member of the Southington Citizen Emergency Response Team for some years. Nana simply loved to enjoy life and have fun. What she would want anyone reading this now to do is to simply smile and remember the fond and funny memories. Remember her pieces of advice, the grip of her hand, and the little laugh when she wanted to bring the point home.

Nancy enjoyed so many things: The Red Sox, The NY Jets, reading, singing, cooking, shopping, going to the casino and hitting the slots, cruising, living life with Poppy, and was instrumental in creating and nurturing an amazing camping family, whom she loved so very much. Most importantly, her true passion was completely and unapologetically spoiling her grandchildren rotten. She loved them with all her soul, and would do anything to make them happy.

If she were here now and could say one thing to you all, it would be, to get along. Live your life and remember that family and the love around it is irreplaceable. Her greatest hope for family is to be together, supporting each other, and loving each other without restraint. “Open different doors. You may find a you there that you never knew was yours.”- Mary Poppins

In addition to her husband she leaves her children, Jason Voisine of Southington, Brandie Villanova and husband Zach of W. Hartford, Amy Gousse and husband Ryan of Southington and Destinee Smith and Jason Lafland of Southington; four grandchildren, Leila, Kyley, Mason and Arlo. She also leaves a sister Beverly Alter and life partner Kathleen Carbone of Sarasota, FL

A celebration of life for Nancy will be held in the summer of 2021. The DellaVecchia Funeral Home, 211 N. Main St., Southington has been entrusted with the arrangements. Donations in her memory may be made to the Southington Festival Chorale, PO Box 543, Southington, CT 06489. Att: Amy For online condolences please visit,


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Linda Donais

January 11, 2021

I am so very, very sorry to hear of Nancy's passing. Prayers for her and to all of her family. May she rest peacefully. She will be missed by all at our Southington Chorale. God Bless.

Christne and Linda Durant Glass

January 9, 2021

We will miss her pithy comments at our house parties. Our prayers are with the family.


January 8, 2021

Spent many funny moments with Nancy trying to learn and sing the second soprano part in the SFC. Will definitely miss your smile and your help when the SFC can sing again.

Mary Pepides

January 8, 2021

Nancy's voice and smile will be greatly missed at SFC. My her Spirit soar.

Sheila Ierardi

January 4, 2021

So shocked to hear this. I've been a patient of Dr. Mannings for years and it was always such a pleasure to speak to Nancy at the end of the visit. She was always upbeat and was so proud to show me any new pictures of her grandchildren. My condolences to her family, and I hope those grandchildren know how much their grandmother loved them. I will miss her.

Rodney Colella

January 1, 2021

Nancy was a great person and friend and will be greatly missed by all. My condolences to her complete family.

Dr Len Goldstein

December 31, 2020

From a great outside biller to a warm and wonderful secretary and office manager, Nancy provided a great sense of welcome and support to all who came to our office for many years. Her empathic style shone naturally through all her interactions with patients and staff alike and was an important part of the healing milieu we endeavored to provide. She leaves behind an abundance of warm memories and will be sorely missed by all who knew her.

Regina Coviello

December 31, 2020

Nancy, I will miss you when I go to Dr. Manning's Office. You were like family. Between my mom and myself we have been going there forever. We would talk about what was new with our families and always laughed about something. One day we were talking about baseball. I am a NY Yankees fan, but I told her how I had loved Gary Carter from the Mets. She looked at me turned around and handed me baseball cards of Gary Carter she had. I actually cried when I got to my car. I have them on my desk where I can see them and I think of her. She was wonderful and I will miss her.

Mike and Deb Prozzo

December 30, 2020

Although we did not have the opportunity to meet you and your family in New Orleans for the wedding, we are so blessed to have met some of your other family members that we have come to love in our retirement years and now share our lives with. May you and your family take comfort in the knowledge that our prayers and thoughts are with you at this very difficult time. Know that Nancy is in the arms of the Angels and you will someday be reunited again 🙏

Shannon Gousse

December 30, 2020

Nan, Nancy, Nace (mom), is what I called her . A beautiful woman who I saw her as a mother figure. Yes I felt the Nancy grip on my arm when she knew when I was up to no good! She had a heart of gold and wanting nothing for the best for us! When I say us, I mean Jason,Ryan,Nick, Amy, Brandie , Destinee, myself and god many more. What breaks my heart most is leaving behind my sister in-law Amy Gousse. Amy is her daughter , best friend and her true confident. Life won’t ever be the same without you Nan, but we will never forget the the positive influence you had on us. You were one of a kind, the sweetest person on this earth. All of you who knew Nancy now know this pandemic is no joke, please take extra precautions, wear a mask, if you think you’re sick stay home, don’t spread this disease. You never know when or if it could affect you or your family. We all feel it is unfair and god took our special angel to soon but he has a greater plan for Nancy up in heaven. I know she’s by gods side looking over all of us making sure we’re living the best life we can. She will miss her grandkids Leila, Kylie, Mason & Arlo who will also miss their awesome Nana. We all have great memories with Nancy When I think of Nancy I also think of Dean, what a perfect couple! Dean is also a great man, husband, father and especially Poppy!!! All the support we can give Dean and the family I know would be greatly appreciated. If I can ask everyone to say a prayer or a moment of silence for this beautiful family it will go a long way.

Nancy will forever live on in our hearts!
Love you Nance!!!

Shannon Gousse