Nancy M. Eberhard

September 18, 1935December 30, 2020
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EBERHARD - Nancy M. (nee Meyer) December 30, 2020; beloved wife of the late Paul N. Eberhard; loving mother of Susan (James) Koeppel, Margaret (Carl Fischer), James (Arlene) and John Eberhard; dearest grandmother of Jennifer (David), Matthew, Samantha (Karl), Daniel (Laura), Michael, Madison, Jack, Abigail, Molly and Aaron; dear great grandmother of Daniel, Lily, Bennett and Charlotte; sister of the late Richard Meyer and Patricia (David) Hamon; sister-in-law of Carolyn and Nicholas Eberhard; survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Friends may call Tuesday, 5-8 PM, at the PERNA DANGLER ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME, 1671 Maple Rd., Williamsville. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Wednesday, 9:30 AM, at Christ the King RC Church. Flowers gratefully declined. Memorials to Amherst Meals on Wheels. Please share online condolences at


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, January 5, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, January 6, 2021


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Dolores Eberhard Boncal

January 28, 2021

Our lives were blessed with Nancy As we shared many laughs together over the years. Family gatherings brought us together but not too often. What we have lost on earth is heavens gain. May Jesus hold you and your family close to his heart And bring comfort and peace to all. Our condolences, Dee And Bill.

Karen Meister

January 7, 2021

I just watched Nancy's lovely tribute film; she was beautiful, inside and out and never changed. I have so many memories of good times together, starting when we lived a few doors away from each other on Northfield when our children were babies, running into your family at Dairy Queen for breakfast in West Virginia on our way to Florida ( the only place open for miles!) and continuing to our annual lunch at the Family Tree after we moved to Florida. Nancy was a lifelong friend and I will miss her. God bless you all and know that she dearly loved her family.

carl spezio

January 7, 2021

Nancy and Paul were two of the many relatives we kept contact with. We went to Giancarlos before Covid shut it down, for lunch with Nancy. It was a wonderful time , as we caught up on so many family questions, Nancy was a wonderful lady and we will miss her. Our sincerest sympathy goes out to Peggy, Sue, John and Jim, who we know your mom was so proud of. Your dads and moms cousin Carl and Noreen Spezio

Carolyn Owen (Illos)

January 6, 2021

John, Jim, Peggy, Sue & families,
My deepest condolences to you all. Your mom was a wonderful woman with a kind soul. Our Ridgewood families were the best, and she will be missed at the annual gathering for sure. In recent years when I brought my kids to church we needed to take the elevator because my son uses a wheelchair, so we shared the ride with her many times. She always shared a positive energy. My thoughts and prayers are with you. —Carolyn

Kevin Sorrentino

January 5, 2021

I didn’t know Mrs Eberhard but know her son John and family. By knowing him and how good a man he is then he must have been brought up by a strong mom ! May she Rest In Peace , God Bless to the whole family.
Warmest regards... Kevin Sorrentino & Family.

Robert & Marlene Kraft

January 5, 2021

Sue, Peggy, Jim, and John:
Our deepest sympathy your mom was a pistol always positive and happy, her and your dad were always a happy team..
Bob(Krafty) and Marlene

Laura Beckinghausen

January 3, 2021

Nancy was dedicated to fostering devotion to our Blessed Mother Mary. She served unselfishly continuously as Treasurer of the Christ the King Rosary and Altar Society from 1980 to 2006. She was also dedicated to attending the recitation of the Rosary at the funeral services of so many of our deceased members.

As a tribute to Nancy, some members of our Society will be attending her funeral mass on Wednesday, January 6th at Christ the King Church and will recite the Rosary at the back of the Church after mass.

We pray Dearest Blessed Mother, assist Nancy in her journey to Heaven.

Laura Beckinghausen, President
Rosary and Altar Society
Christ the King Church

Carol & George Sciolino

January 3, 2021

Our condolence to the Eberhard family.
We enjoyed the company of Nancy at neighborhood gatherings.
She will be missed but not forgotten.

Carol and George Sciolino

Heidi D'Amico

January 3, 2021

I have a lot of memories especially when I was younger, but lost touch with Aunt Nancy through my 30s and 40s. However, over the last few years, I truly enjoyed spending time with her when we had the Eberhard Girl's Weekend get together. Unfortunately, this year forced our weekend to be cancelled. I remember hanging out at Aunt Nancy's house and the cousins sleeping in the camper in the front driveway and swimming in the pool. Aunt Nancy always had food and a good laugh. She was devoted to her family and her faith. I'm sure like everyone else who knew her, we never want someone we love to suffer, but perhaps with was her time to leave this dimension and take her place in heaven with Uncle Paul. I love you Aunt Nancy, and I feel good that my last conversation with you we were able to tell each other those important words. Be at peace. Love, Heidi

Joseph DeMarie

January 3, 2021

We have Nancy in our prayers. She was a great neighbor in Lawndale, always smiling notwithstanding her discomfort. It was always a joy to see her. We shall miss her.

Millie and Joe DeMarie