Let the memory of Nancy be with us forever
  • 74 years old
  • Born on May 25, 1944 in San Francisco, California, United States.
  • Passed away on July 8, 2018 in Lecanto, Florida, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Nancy Zembruski, 74 years old, born on May 25, 1944 and passed away on July 8, 2018. We will remember her forever.

SERVICES: being held on August 11, 2018 (Saturday) at 11:00am.  

LOCATION: Central Baptist Church (click on link for Google Maps/Location) Central Baptist Church @ 16 Elm Street, Westerly, RI 02891

Nancy's OBITUARY in the Westerly Sun: Please Click Here

CONTACT or QUESTIONS: Nancy's sons Matt and Adam helped develop this site. If you have any questions about the site, please feel free to contact one of us here:

Matt's Email: mzembruski@gmail.com

Adam's Email: adam.zembruski@gmail.com

*Click on the Volume Button on top of the screen to turn on music and you'll hear some of Nancy's favorite songs!! 

Posted by Susan Porzio on 8th August 2018
I love and miss my childhood friend. So many memories and wonderful times.
Posted by Joe Glaus on 3rd August 2018
I've only seen my Aunt Nancy a handful of times in my life, mainly during my childhood. I don't even know if she was ever aware of the impact she left on me. As a very shy kid, Nancy had a way of breaking that shell that encapsulated me and filled it love and compassion. She actually listened and cared about everything I had to say. She was a very gentle, caring and beautiful soul. Seeing her and my mom together was such a joyous thing, my mom was always laughing and smiling ear to ear...just happy. That's the effect she had on everyone. I only wish I could have seen my Aunt Nancy as a grown adult and I could make us some cocktails and we can jam out to music, that would be truly great! We all miss you Aunt Nancy! Love Always, your Nephew. Joseph P.S You have AMAZING taste in music :)
Posted by Kaipoholialani Kurch on 30th July 2018
My mind is flooded with a life time of memories and loving thoughts. Moments really, that float through tears, to the surface and settle deep down in my heart. Formative memories that combined with others that have made me who I am today. I have always enjoyed knowing that your love, my Big Sister, was but a phone call, a text, Facebook post away; and now it will be in dreams, prayers, and my heart. I still love German Chocolate Cake, Macadamia Nut Ice Cream, and collecting shells on the beach. I still rinse out dishes in the sink - till I can get to them. I still crazily fold dirty clothes and put them in the hamper. I still make “Our Speghetti Sauce” - I call it that to distinguish it from my Mom’s. And I still reflect on fragemented encouragements that you instilled in the mind of an eight year old - so very long ago. Oh, how formative these memories were indeed; and how impressionable your love has been on my life. I will miss you to an extent I can’t describe, You will always be in my heart, thoughts, and prayers. OXOXOX always! Sean Today I heard: “Do you know the way to San Jose”, Hi!
Posted by Doris Moore on 29th July 2018
I had the honor of Nancy being my friend, neighbor, and PEO sister. As often as I spoke to Nancy, she never had a negative thought, she had me smile, what a positive person even during her illness. Nancy was certainly a wonderful example of what we all desire to be. We had fun talking about our sons, grandchildren, and spouses. I was a recipient of her gifts of knitting which I will cherish I thank God that I know I will see her again. God bless you, Nancy and your family.
Posted by GriMbo Jonze on 29th July 2018
My Aunt Nancy was a truly wonderful woman with an infectious laugh that filled rooms. Whenever Nancy and I spoke, she had this incredible ability to make me feel like i was the only other person in the universe... such a stellar listener that actually cared about my thoughts and opinions. She was one of a kind. I will miss you dearly. Love always from your nephew, James
Posted by Julia Curro on 28th July 2018
I thought this would be monumentally difficult for me to do, but once I began thinking of all she meant to me, it flowed effortlessly. when I think of Nancy, I think of thoughtful, generous, patient, fair, funny, trustworthy, nurturing, kind, mentor, understanding, spiritual, hopeful, loving, optimistic, diplomatic, encouraging, and most of all her endless joy of being a wife and mother. I am so thankful to have had her in my lift, my everlasting soul sister.
Posted by Judy Peterson on 28th July 2018
I met Nancy 56 years ago, we had many good times, Reedley College, San Jose, SF and Hawaii. Nancy was a joyful friend with a very big heart. I'll miss her and will always remember her laugh, smile, sense of right, and the way she approached life, the good and the not so good. Love you, and miss you my dear,dear friend, Sham
Posted by Diana Spay on 27th July 2018
Our sons are but one of several things we have in common: a life-threatening illness, a love of each of our husbands who loved us and stood by us in the best AND worst of times and NEVER wavered in their support and advocacy, a love of books and reading - how we met and a deep love of our respective who have loved and supported us through our illnesses, no matter the outcome. They stood by their Dads too in a long burden of many ups and downs. Nancy and I have had to be strong warriors in the on-going face of battle. May all the good and loving parts of Nancy live on.
Posted by Adam Zembruski on 25th July 2018
Here's a flower for you Mom. We put some of your favorite songs here. "imagine all the people...."

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