This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Theresa Nagy 47 years old , born on September 30, 1963 and passed away on March 24, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Deana Benjamin on March 24, 2014
I can't believe its been 3 years. I see the picture of us on my wall and I
think of you often. I miss you as much today as I did then.I will always think of you fondly and I know you are at peace.

                             Love you always Deana
Posted by Jean Mohler on March 24, 2014
Sure do miss you, Big Sis... Thinking of the funny things we shared makes me smile...and when I get sad and start to cry, I remember how you used to tell me, "Jeee-eeannn...stop it!" You were always the strong one... Give Buster, Chewie and Ginger a big hug for me! I love you forever! <3
Posted by Nikki Love on March 31, 2011
Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow,
May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.

Forever in our hearts! Tracie, Chad, and Destany Ramirez
Posted by Shawna McPike on March 29, 2011
You will be missed a great deal, we always had fun whether it was a birthday party, wedding, baby shower, or just a girls night out!! You will truly be missed by us all & our night outs will never be the same! God Bless & May you RIP...
Posted by Stacie Medve on March 29, 2011
Theresa, we have many memories that I hold dear to my heart. Over the years watching you dance thru each storm gave me the courage to dance thru my own. You are an amazing woman & I'm truly blessed that GOD gave us 25+yrs of friendship. Love,xoxo
Posted by Chris Palmer on March 28, 2011
Theresa: you will never be forgotten. I wish I would have known you better. Please know that we will watch over Bryan and love him like he was our own son. You truly did a remarkable job with your children. You are a hero to us all...God bless.
Posted by Deana Benjamin on March 27, 2011
Theresa you were a great friend I will miss you so much.I know you are not hurting or suffering anymore.      Love you Always Deana
Posted by Shery Kelly on March 26, 2011
I know we did not know eachother all that well, but we love Jessica like one of our own. She spoke so many times of your courage and strength, and expecially how much she loved you. I will make sure Brad loves her and takes care of her and so will I
Posted by Jean Mohler on March 26, 2011
Family, this is what Theresa held close to her heart. Until we see you in Heaven, we'll miss you... We love you forever! ~Lil Sis
Posted by Krisztina Nagy on March 26, 2011
Theresa my dear....I hope you found your peace. You are missed already. My condolences to the beautiful family she left behind. She spoke of you with lots of love and care. I really don't know what to say. I am still in shock...
Posted by Jessica Nagy on March 26, 2011
Mommy, words cannot express the amount of pain I'm in. I can't believe that you're really gone. I hope you know you will be missed dearly. I love you with all my heart and wish this wasn't so, but I know you're no longer in pain. I love you.

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Posted by Deana Benjamin on March 24, 2014
I can't believe its been 3 years. I see the picture of us on my wall and I
think of you often. I miss you as much today as I did then.I will always think of you fondly and I know you are at peace.

                             Love you always Deana
Posted by Jean Mohler on March 24, 2014
Sure do miss you, Big Sis... Thinking of the funny things we shared makes me smile...and when I get sad and start to cry, I remember how you used to tell me, "Jeee-eeannn...stop it!" You were always the strong one... Give Buster, Chewie and Ginger a big hug for me! I love you forever! <3
Posted by Nikki Love on March 31, 2011
Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow,
May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.

Forever in our hearts! Tracie, Chad, and Destany Ramirez
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My Guardian Angel

Shared by Jessica Nagy on March 26, 2011

There are so many stories...and I'm not sure where to begin, so I'll just start somewhere. When I was little my mom would always tell me how much she wanted to have a little girl. She tried three times, and finally the fourth time, she got her wish. I know I probably wasn't the "girly-girl" type she was hoping for, but what could she expect with me having three older brothers. Haha. Growing up with her was so much fun. I always loved going anywhere with her. Sometimes I'd just go to work with her, just to spend time with her. She was such a loving person. I remember one day we were at her work. Someone had dropped a full grown chocolate lab there and drove off. Of course, me being the child I was, I instantly bonded with her. When the spca came to pick her up, I started to cry. So my mom told them to leave, and she let me take her home. She would always do anything she could just to make us happy. I remember if there was anything that I wanted, and she had the money, that would be the first thing that she'd get for me. And even when she didn't have the money, she still found a way to get it. She always expressed her love for all of her children, even when we were "rotten little shits." She was so proud of all of us for graduating high school, and I never thought I'd see her as happy as she was. It was amazing. The whole room just lit up whenever she smiled at me.

 Mom, I'm so sorry that we didn't have the opportunity to party for my 21st birthday, but I promise when I turn 21 I'll make sure I'm thinking of you and having one hell of a party, and hopefully you'll be watching down from Heaven enjoying the day with me. I will miss you until the day we meet again. And I hope you know how many people are waiting for the day to see you again. I love you with all of my heart, and you will never be forgotten. Ever.

I love you, Mom.