Nancy Kingan Thompson
July 23, 1954 ~ September 04, 2023
Nancy Kingan Thompson (69) of Royal Palm Beach, FL, formerly of Butler, PA, passed away peacefully in her home on Monday, September 4, 2023, while holding her husband’s hand. Her long battle with Alzheimer’s disease is finally over. Throughout her diagnosis, her husband, Bill, and daughter, Amanda, diligently and lovingly cared for her as her memories were fading and her health was failing.
Nancy was born on July 23, 1954 to the late Jean Hinchberger Kingan and William Guy Kingan. After Nancy graduated from Knoch High School in 1972 she went on to study nursing. Married on September 7, 1975, Bill and Nancy would have celebrated 48 years of marriage this month. Nancy devoted her life to the care of others and that is evident in everything she did. She was a licensed practical nurse, a preschool teacher, a one-on-one aide for a physically challenged student, and a high school teacher’s aide. However, her most valued and rewarding career was that of a dedicated mother to her three precious daughters. In quiet moments, Nancy could always be found with a book in her hand. As much as she enjoyed reading, she loved babies even more. “She always smiled when she held a baby,” her husband would say.
Nancy is survived by her spouse William “Bill” Alfred Thompson Jr. of Royal Palm Beach, FL, her children Jessica (Greg) Anderson of Parrish, FL, Sabrina (Roel) Yambao of Orlando, FL, and Amanda McAllister of Royal Palm Beach, FL, her granddaughters Valerie, Lily, Emily, Natalie and Maci, her sister Barbara (Mike) King of Karns City, PA, her brother William (Mary) Kingan of Butler, PA, her uncle Darrell (Eleanor) Kingan, of Butler, PA, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and in-laws.
Nancy is preceded in death by her mother, Jean Hinchberger Kingan, and father, William Guy Kingan, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and in-laws.
A service to join together in celebration of Nancy’s life will be held at a later date in Butler, PA. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hospice, an organization she loved and her family trusted with her compassionate care.
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