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Dr. Nancy C. (Monyak) Mackenzie M.D.

Date of Death: July 9, 2019
Service
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
1409 Pennsylvania Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Friday 8/16, 10:00 am
Cemetery
Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery
2186 Brodhead Road
Hopewell Township, 15001
Friday 8/16
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Dr. Nancy C. (Monyak) Mackenzie, 62, beloved wife of Ian Mackenzie, and loving mother of Elizabeth, Neil, and Samantha Mackenzie, passed from this life on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 after a long battle with encephalitis. Nancy was preceded in death by her father, Dr. John G. Monyak, MD in 2012 and leaves behind her motherContinue Reading

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Wendy and Nate Brogin left a message on June 9, 2022:
Our hearts are broken to read this news. I was just thinking about the baby shower that I attended for Nancy and Renee (?) back when shey both worked at Cigna/Ross Loos. Nancy was the pediatrician for at least two of our children, and we attended the wedding reception for she and Ian. We also visited their home in the Antelope Valley. Nancy was smart, funny, friendly, kind and dedicated to her patients, her family and friends. We have so many "Nancy" memories in our hearts. Our earnest sympathy to Ian, her children, and her entire family. May she be of a Blessed Memory.
Kim Radler left a message on August 17, 2019:
Our deepest condolences to all. My fondest memory of Nancy was my first trip hone from Notre Dame. Nancy drove and then met her brother Bob. Great family and a lot of fun memories. We are so very sorry for your loss. KimRadler and family
Ed Jennings left a message on August 15, 2019:
I was sorry to hear of Nancy’s passing and wish the family my deepest sympathy. I attended grade school and high school with Nancy. When we were at Saint John’s, we had a teacher in fourth grade: Sister Mary Opportuna. She would divide the class into two groups and quiz us on the lesson for the day. Everyone wanted to be on Nancy’s team because we all knew she was the smartest person in the room. And yes, her team always won! At Quigley High School, Nancy had a busy schedule in her senior year playing basketball; participating on the yearbook committee; senior sorority, chorus, Quigley youth volunteers, National Honor Society President, Social Action Committee, and voted outstanding senior girl. We all knew Nancy was smart but the few of us who attended grade school and high school with Nancy knew she would be a doctor in the fourth grade. Living in Denver, I will not be able to attend the funeral tomorrow but will keep Nancy in my thoughts and prayers.
Terri (White) Arnott left a message on August 14, 2019:
I am so sorry to hear about Nancy. I remember her and admired her from St. John's.
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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