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Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Nancy A. English - Obituary
It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we inform you off the loss of one of the Sisters of the W.O.T.M. #686, Nancy English. She was a loyal and devoted Mother, Grandmother, and Friend. She was the epitome of what a W.O.T.M. should strive to be. Always helpful, even when her health was failing her. Always willing to stand up and volunteer to help, even when she wasn’t quite sure what job she was volunteering for. She graced us all with her smile and greeting when you walked into the Moose Lodge. She was a kind and forgiving person and she will be forever in our hearts and memories. Her loss will be felt greatly by many. May her soul rest in peace. Our prayers go out to her family and all that had the great fortune of having her in their lives. We thank you Nancy, it was a privilege to know you, to have you as a dear friend and part of our fraternity.

The Women of the Moose

Obituary for Nancy English

Nancy Ann English, 74, of Hudson passed away on May 10 after a long illness. A lifetime area resident, she was born in Akron, the daughter of the late Ben and Madeline Dominski. Nancy was a very active member of the Women of the Moose and held several local and state offices over the years. She was also a member of the United Church of Christ in Kent.

A loving mother and grandmother, she leaves behind her children, Nanette (David) Lowery, Kimberly (Robert) Martini, Suzanne (Philip) Otterson, Aaron (Debbie) Movens, and Jason Movens; brother, David (Doris) Dominski; 16 grandchildren; and 17 great grandchildren. Her husband, Jim English, her daughter, Theresa Siefert, and her first husband, John Movens preceded her in death.

Calling hours will be on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. and from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday at the Dunn-Quigley Stow Chapel (3333 Kent Rd. at Rt. 91). Pastor Houston Hall will officiate funeral services on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at the United Church of Christ (1400 E. Main St., Kent, Ohio). Interment at Oakwood Cemetery will follow.

We will have a Moose Service and Celebration of life Saturday May 14th at Cuyahoga Falls Lodge 918, 4444 State Rd, Peninsula, Ohio 44264. Starting at 6pm.

Obituary Courtesy of Dunn-Quigley Funeral Homes. Visit http://www.dunn-quigley.com

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Welcome to Cuyahoga Falls Moose 918 and Women Of The Moose Chapter 686.

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1) An active lodge or chapter member's immediate family.
2) The lady friend of an active lodge member or the gentleman friend of an active chapter member.

A prospective member is defined as ANY GUEST that is accompanied by a member who can sponsor them for membership. The prospective member must be accompanied at all times by his or her sponsor. The prospective member must be properly signed in as a guest. The prospective member shall leave when his or her sponsor leaves. The prospective member shall be limited to two (2) visits. The prospective member shall not make any purchases. Only active members, whose active status has been verified, are permitted to make purchases. Members shall at all times be responsible for the conduct of their guests. Gentlemanly/Ladylike (orderly) conduct is required of ALL persons in the social quarters at all times. Members and/or guests who fail to adhere to these rules will be asked to leave, and may result in the suspension of the social privileges of the members involved.

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Fraternally,
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