Andrea Nolan

May 1, 1976February 4, 2021

Andrea Nolan, 44, of Yonkers, died on Thursday February 4, 2021 at St. Joseph Hospital.

She was born on May 1, 1976 to Michael F. and Hortencia Torres Nolan in the Bronx. She was raised and educated in Yonkers graduating from Sacred Heart Grade and High School. Miss Nolan was a medical assistant for a doctor’s office in Yonkers for several years. She is survived by her parents, Michael F. & Hortencia Nolan, three children, Sabrina Nolan and Selena and Michael Girdauskas, three sisters, Margaret and Michele Nolan and Maria Teresa Paulercio and one granddaughter, Savannah Jade Escobar. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews, Matthew Nolan, Dominick Paris, George Reister, Kieran Jane Montgomery and Noelle, Neil Michael and Kendra Paulercio. She was predeceased by two brothers, Michael Kelly Nolan and Francis Joseph Nolan. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, all services are private. Whalen & Ball Funeral Home 168 Park Ave. Yonkers, N.Y. 10703 (914)965-5488




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Jennifer Gentile-D’Amico

February 19, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Andrea’s passing! Andrea was a wonderful childhood friend. Andrea always made life fun. She loved her family and they loved her. Sending my love and condolences!

Laura Winterroth

February 11, 2021

Dear Michael and family: We are heartbroken to hear of your great loss and sorrow. May Andrea rest in peace and may God bring you all comfort. With condolences and love, Laura and Harry

Bernadette Rosenkranz

February 8, 2021

I am her aunt and she was a beautiful young women. She is in our prayers

Kathleen Mayer

February 8, 2021

I am so very sorry to all of the family and friends of Andrea. May you Rest In Peace and watch over all of us. Much love Kathy mayer xoxo

Suzanne Olivieri

February 6, 2021

To the Nolan family, I'm so sorry for the loss of Andrea. God bless you all.

Roxana Marji Lafontant

February 5, 2021

I will always remember Drea’s smile and laughter...she was such fun and easy going. Growing up in the neighborhood, whenever I would see her she always ran over and gave me such a big hug...whether it was while we were in HS or years later when we hadn’t seen each other in while...I always admired how she did her own thing and followed her true heart and beliefs, not worrying about others thoughts...My heart is truly saddened by her passing, may she rest in eternal peace.