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Nancy L. Alexander
May 1, 1958 - November 1, 2021
Funeral Home Kevin K. Kearney Funeral Homes, Inc.
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Remembering the life of Nancy Lee Alexander
Nancy Lee Alexander was a daughter to Thomas Nathan Meadows Mary Irene Meadows Nancy Lee Alexander had one brother Tommy J Meadows and two sisters Linda and Doris Meadows she had four nephews Joey kidney Timmy and Greg she had five children Clarence Ingalls Vonda Ingalls Polly Ingalls Leslie Alexander Thomas J Alexander she had a grandchildren Caleb spelling Christopher tidwell Richard tidwell Lexi tidwell Jacklin Phinney Jasmine Phinney Andrea Huge and Nathan Akemon
She was survived by her brother Tommy Meadows her children Clarence Ingalls Vonda Ingalls Polly Ingalls Leslie Alexander Thomas Alexander her nephews kidney Timmy and Greg Meadows her grandchildren Caleb Christopher Richard Lexi Jacqueline Jasmine Andrea Nathan
Nancy loved YHWH and was saved by Yeshua Hamashiach(Jesus Christ) she loved reading the Bible and teaching about the basic instructions before leaving Earth known as the Bible she was saying remember to proclaim the promises. She loved cats she loved dogs she loved humans she loved music. She was a sweet loving woman a wonderful mother who tried to teach her children about the salvation that they could receive through Yeshua. Hamashiach (Jesus Christ) and she tried to teach her grandchildren the same. She taught us the difference in between right and wrong the good and the bad and taught us how not to be ugly tired of still in our hearts be filled with love and joy and to show love and joy to others and to not touch others on based off the color of their skin she always taught to do unto others as you would want done on to you even if others did not do unto you as you’d want done on to you she will be forever loved and never missed and forever in our hearts may she now rest in peace and be with YHWH when she finally get to hug Yeshua Hamashiach .
Private arrangements are under the care of the Kevin K. Kearney Funeral Home, Inc., 125 North Main Avenue, Scranton.