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Norma J. Nanni
October 20, 2023
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Norma Jean Nanni, a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and sister, passed away peacefully on October 20, 2023, in Birdsboro, PA. Born on April 19, 1966, in Reading, PA, to Mary and Norman Cominskie, Norma lived a life filled with love, kindness, and thoughtfulness, leaving a lasting impact on all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Norma completed her education at Daniel Boone High School before going on to earn an associate’s degree from McCann's College of Business. Her dedicated work ethic and keen attention to detail led her to a fulfilling career in the accounting department at Berks Homes. Norma was not just respected for her professional acumen, but also loved for her warm personality and ability to brighten the office with her presence.
In her personal life, Norma was a beacon of love and care. She was the cherished wife of Dan, with whom she shared a beautiful journey of life, filled with precious memories. As a mother to Josh and Joe, she embodied the essence of maternal love, always providing guidance, support, and warmth. Norma's joy multiplied with the arrival of her four grandchildren, whom she adored and showered with affection. She was also a devoted sister to Patti, Denise, and Charlie, and their bond was marked by mutual love, respect, and shared laughter.
Norma had a zest for life and a passion for various interests. She had a creative soul and found immense joy in arts and crafts. Her ability to create beautiful things from simple materials was truly remarkable. Norma was also an adventurer at heart. She loved off-roading, feeling the thrill of the ride, and the freedom it brought. Trips to the beach and mountains were her favorite getaways, where she enjoyed the tranquility of nature and the company of her loved ones.
Norma was a woman of many virtues. Her loving nature made her a favorite in her community, and her kind and thoughtful ways touched many lives. She was always there for those in need, offering support, a listening ear, or a comforting word. Her positive outlook and resilience, even in the face of her battle with cancer, were an inspiration to all.
Norma Jean Nanni was a remarkable woman who lived her life to the fullest. Her legacy of love, kindness, and thoughtfulness will continue to live on in the hearts of her family and friends. As we mourn her passing, we also celebrate the life of a woman who made this world a better place with her presence. She will be deeply missed, but her spirit will continue to inspire and guide us.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.