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McKoy, Nancy Kirk March 20, 2023

Calling Hours:  6 to 9 pm, Thursday, February, 8, 2018

Mass:  9:45 am, Friday, February 9, 2018, St. Joseph’s, Bronxville

McKoy, Nancy P. (Kirk) – passed away on February 2nd. Devoted wife of 37 years to Jim McKoy. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Caitlin and Michael Carbonello, her son Conor, her brother Stephen Kirk, her sister Maryellin Kirk, sisters-in-law Maria Kirk, Mary Ann Kirk and Kathy McKoy, her brother-in-law Terry McKoy, and by her niece and nephews Lauren Kirk, David Kirk, Stephen J. Kirk, Justin McEvoy, and Keith McEvoy. Nancy was “Nana” to three grandchildren- Benjamin, Andrew, and Emma, whom she loved dearly.

Nancy was a graduate of the Academy of Mount Saint Ursula and Queens College. Following college, she taught elementary school before a 20+ year career at NBC News. Nancy loved spending time with her family and friends, reading, gardening, and spoiling her grandchildren.

Calling hours will be held on Thursday, February 8th from 6-8:30pm at Fred H McGrath and Sons in Bronxville. Relatives and friends are most respectfully invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joseph’s Church, Kraft Avenue, in Bronxville, at 9:45am. Interment will take place at Rose Hill Memorial Park, Putnam Valley.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Nancy’s name to the Kyle Goldberg Memorial Foundation 65 West 36th Street, Suite 600, New York, N.Y. 10018


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    Connie Tighe says

    It was great speaking with you today. I had no idea at the time that your Dad just passed away. I am so sad for you and your family. Your mother was a great friend in high school.
    Sincere condolences,
    Constance Nagle Tighe

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    Sylvia Lukmann Martin says

    Nancy was my best friend in grammar school in Bx.
    Knew Mary ellen and brothers too, what a wonderful loving family. God bless you Nancy and will always remember days spent together. Sylvia

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