Obituaries

Nancy E. Trickett

Died: 2019-02-13
Resided in: Danvers
Viewing type: Visitation Gathering
Viewing location: Mackey FH
Viewing date: 2019-02-18 10am-11am
Service type: Celebration of Life Service
Service date: 2019-02-18 11am
Service location: MFH
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Contributions: Danvers Sr. Ctr., 25 Stone St., Danvers MA 01923
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Nancy E. (Teal) Trickett, 84, passed away peacefully with her family by her side at the Kaplan Family Hospice House after a brief illness on February 13. She was born August 7, 1934, in Chelsea, MA, the daughter of the late Emerson and Effie (Baggs) Teal. Nancy graduated from Everett Vocational High School. She then went on to marry the late Henry B. Trickett and settled in Everett, later moving to Plum Island and then Danvers. Her life was taking care of her family, and she loved cooking and feeding everyone who came through her door. She was very giving and compassionate and loved by all. She is survived by two loving children; her son, Carl, and his wife, Karen, and daughter, Nancy Rogers, and her husband, Steve. She had four grandchildren; Evan Trickett and his wife, Michelle, Kristen (Trickett) Corriveau and her husband, Jason, Christopher Rogers and his wife, Bernadette, and Stephanie (Rogers) Barry and her husband, Christopher. She had nine great-grandchildren. Later in life, she went to the Senior Center in Danvers and enjoyed hot dog night, Bingo, dinners catered by Henry’s, and socializing with friends she made there. Most recently she lived in Wellspring Village at Brightview in Danvers, where the staff loved her and went above and beyond what we could have expected. She was predeceased by her sisters, Eileen Hamm and Susanne Cooper, and her brothers, Walter, Emerson and Douglas Teal. Her surviving siblings are Beverly Makranin, Ada Roberts and her husband, Rex, and James Teal and his wife, Dawn. She also left many nieces and nephews. Family and friends will gather at the Mackey Funeral Home, 128 S. Main St., Rt. 114, Middleton on Monday at 10am followed by services at 11am. All are kindly invited. If desired, memorial donations in her name can be made to the Danvers Senior Ctr., 25 Stone St., Danvers, MA 01923.

Nana (as she was often called in our presence) was a sweet and gentle person, who seemed to welcome all with a big smile. "Hi girlfriend... hi boyfriend, what's going on", we would often hear her say to Stephanie & hubby, Chris. While we have only known Nancy a short while, we will miss seeing her at family gatherings- like Thanksgiving. It was apparent that 'Nana' so loved those moments - listening and laughing and just spending time with her daughter's family & friends. Renée and Bill Barry
My thoughts and prayers are with Nancy's family and loved ones. I was close friends with Susanne and have many fond memories of Nancy and the Teal family. May she Rest In Peace. Janis Cheslofska Bartkin
Nancy was a true "Nana" to everyone. Always with an open door policy and an open ear to listen. A kind and loving person. Our hearts go out to you as you learn to adjust not having her in your lives. She is going to be sorely missed.
Nancy was such a dear person to have in our midst here at Wellspring Village. I so enjoyed her presence and quiet humor in any activity. It was especially delightful to go to the Danvers Sr. Ctr. where she was welcomed like the queen of the center! I will be among the many to miss her! Family, please know that I will keep you in my prayers. Annette Nicolas, Wellspring Village at Brightview Senior Living Danvers.

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