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Nancy M. Strangaritch

Published July 30,2020

Obituary's Biography:

Nancy Marie Strangaritch (née McWilliams) beloved wife of John Strangaritch passed away on July 28, 2020.  She was preceded in death by her parents and siblings as well as her first born, and only son Patrick Leroy Strangaritch on August 3, 2013.  In addition to her husband, John, Nancy is also survived by her three daughters: Carol Grandolfo, Joanne (Keith) Ramirez-Polifka and Katherine Strangaritch.  She is the proud Grandmother to Ryan Ramirez and Rachel Ramirez.

All funeral arrangements were entrusted to Strang Funeral Chapel & Crematorium 410 E. Belvidere Rd.  Grayslake, Illinois.  Cremation services are private.  A memorial service is being planned for a future date.  For more information log onto www.strangfuneral.org or call (847)223-8122

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  1. I was brought into the family by marrying Nancy’s daughter Joanne. I shared many holidays and birthdays with Nancy and John and continue to be a part of the family I’m now bonded with. Nancy loved to bake and always brought something for the occasions and family times we spent together. She will be missed by all!!! RIP Nancy you served your family your whole life and especially John your loving husband. We will all reconnect one day and have another party to celebrate. Your son in law Keith….

  2. Our neighborhood has lost a very loving and caring woman. she was our unoffical hostess. anyone moving onto our short block was greeted with a loaf of her famous banana bread. having a bad day, a loaf of banana bread would pick you up. she cared for and made sure our neighbor who was in his nineties was fed and taken care of. i am so sorry that because of the current covid that i could not go over and help her in her final fight for life. that i did not get to say a final goodbye to her as she passed. i know that she knew we were all praying for her though in her final days. i will miss you nancy. so will the neighborhood.

  3. I remember my Aunt Nancy as such a nice, sweet and funny person. She will be truly missed.
    My prayers go out to my Uncle John and all my cousins during this difficult time. May the fond memories you have bring you comfort and peace.
    Cindy Kokenes

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