60.2 F
The Villages
Thursday, April 22, 2021

Nancy A. Cuccia

Nancy Cuccia
Nancy Cuccia

Nancy A. Cuccia of The Villages, Florida passed away on March 17, 2021 at the age of 85.

She was born on July 29, 1935 to Edward and Helen Stutzman in Seward, Pennsylvania.

Nancy was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was a kind, caring and friendly woman who will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her.

She was always active and loved playing bocce ball, golf, mahjong , cards, going for walks and participating in chair aerobics. Nancy was a very creative and crafty woman who always kept busy.

Nancy is survived by her husband, Vincent and two children, Kenneth Patrick (Nancy) and Karen Keith (Tom) of New York; two brothers, James Stutzman (Judy) of New York and William Stutzman (Elaine) of Pennsylvania and one sister, Shirley Grata (Larry) also of Pennsylvania. In addition to her siblings she is survived by seven grandchildren, Joey Evans (Maddie) of Louisiana, Amanda Evans, Sara Keith , Juston, Brandon, Kyle and Ava Patrick, one great granddaughter, Savannah Evans, all of New York and many nieces and nephews. Also surviving are Nancy’s step-grandchildren Julianne and Jonathan.

Nancy was preceded in death by her parents, three sisters: Janet Stutzman, Joyce Kravec , Marion Culwell and former spouse Frank R. Patrick. Nancy’s service will be live streamed on April 10, 2021. Memory slides will run at approximately 10:45 AM and the service will begin at 11:00 AM.

The service can be viewed live at www.trinitysummerfield.com. In addition, she will have a memory page for thoughts and comments at www.nationalcremation.com

Memorial donations may be made in Nancy’s memory to the American Heart Association or the Trinity Lutheran Church, Summerfield, Fla. 34491.

Stylist arrested at salon academy in The Villages after romantic criminal mischief

A hair stylist was arrested at a salon academy in The Villages after allegedly conducting criminal mischief while her former beau was at the beach.

Sumter County has state’s highest rate of vaccinations for COVID-19

Sumter County has the state’s highest rate of COVID-19 vaccinations among those eligible for the vaccine.

Village of Fenney resident and sheriff’s employee prefile to run for Sumter Commission

A Village of Fenney resident and a sheriff’s deputy have prefiled to run for seats in 2022 on the Sumter County Commission.

Stylist arrested at salon academy in The Villages after romantic criminal mischief

A hair stylist was arrested at a salon academy in The Villages after allegedly conducting criminal mischief while her former beau was at the beach.

Sumter County has state’s highest rate of vaccinations for COVID-19

Sumter County has the state’s highest rate of COVID-19 vaccinations among those eligible for the vaccine.

Village of Fenney resident and sheriff’s employee prefile to run for Sumter Commission

A Village of Fenney resident and a sheriff’s deputy have prefiled to run for seats in 2022 on the Sumter County Commission.

Woman who got break in golf cart DUI jailed after caught back behind wheel

A woman who got a break after a drunk driving arrest involving a golf cart in 2019 in The Villages was arrested after she was caught back behind the wheel.

Breeder wants valuable Great Dane found wandering south of State Road 44

An owner has failed to claim a microchipped Great Dane found wandering south of State Road 44. Now the breeder wants the valuable dog back. Villages-News.com's Marv Balousek has the story.

Oxford man arrested after seeking help for sister who died at Villages hospital

An Oxford man was arrested after seeking help for his sister who died at UF Health-The Villages Hospital.

The straight facts on server shortages

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Summerchase resident says he hopes Villagers will support servers earning a low minimum wage.

Poor conditions at Mallory Championship Golf Course

A Villager writes about the poor condition at Mallory Championship Golf Course. Read his Letter to the Editor.

Response to proposal by county administrator

A reader from the Village of Santiago, in a Letter to the Editor, offers an idea for providing EMS service in The Villages. He is critical of a proposal floated by Sumter County Administrator Bradley Arnold.