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Nancy McClymonds, June 10, 1963 ~March 6, 2014

 

Nancy McClymonds, 50, of Fayetteville finished her earthly pilgrimage and entered into her eternal home in heaven at 4:22 AM,  Thursday, March 6, 2014 at Willard Walker Hospice Home. She was born to the late Pasquale Brienza and Onorina DePaola Brienza June 10, 1963 in Howard Beach, Queens, New York. Nancy graduated from Gloversville High School, Gloversville, NY in 1981 and received an Associate Degree in Fashion Merchandising from Cazenovia College, Cazenovia, NY in 1983. After relocating to Morgantown, WV Nancy worked as a State Farm Insurance Office Manager for 10 years, and then was married to Tim McClymonds May 7, 1994 in Amsterdam, NY. In January 1999 Nancy gave birth to a son, Patrick Lee. Nancy’s passion was her Lord Jesus Christ. The heart of her husband trusted safely in her, and the law of kindness was on her lips. Her son rises up and calls her blessed. Cancer neither defined nor defeated her. Now she is free, completely free in Christ; no more pain, no more curse, no more cancer; only pleasures at the right hand of God forevermore. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Dominic Brienza. Survivors include her husband, the Rev. Tim McClymonds and son, Patrick Lee McClymonds, both of Fayetteville; sister, Carmela Shaw, and brother-in-law Dr. Jeffrey Shaw of DePere, WI; brother, Rocco Brienza, and sister-in-law Shelley Brienza of Gloversville, NY;  nieces Lauren Shaw, Rachel Shaw, and Emilia McClymonds; and nephews Aaron Shaw and Andrew McClymonds. A funeral service will be held  1 PM, Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at Covenant Church (Presbyterian Church in America,) 4511 W Wedington Dr, Fayetteville, AR 72704.Burial will be at Fairview Memorial Gardens.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to Northwest Theological Seminary in honor of Nancy McClymonds. Make checks payable to NWTS; mail to: NWTS 17711 Spruce Way, Lynnwood, WA 98037-7431. Donate online via credit card using (425-787-5144) and their bookkeeper will contact you personally with details. Burial will be Fairview memorial Gardens under the direction of Beard’s Funeral Chapel.

 

 

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    Daiana Cuoppolo » 09. Mar, 2014

    Dear Rocco and Carmela,

    It is with much sadness and a heavy heart that I post this condolence for Nancy. I have so many fond memories of the times we all spent together during the summers when we visited or you came to visit us here in Canada. I know that Nancy is in the loving arms of your grandparents, parents, and brother now. Hopefully, that makes this painful loss somewhat easier to bear. I will always remember her as pretty, funny, sweet, and with a very big heart. I always admired her. I’m thinking of you all and of her family, and have you all in my prayers. God Bless.

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    Joanne Lamanna » 12. Jun, 2014

    Dearest McClymonds and Brienza families,
    It was with a very heavy heart that we received the news of Nancy’s passing. Raymond and I have many cherished memories of a close relationship with Nancy and her family. We often broke bread together at their home and ours. We played Bocce Ball and enjoyed being competitive and laughed our way through the games. We came together as an extended family in good times and in times of sorrow. We attended celebrations together including Nancy and Tim’s wedding day and we grieved together over the loss of loved ones.
    The passing of Nancy impacts many lives in many ways.
    We pray that the knowledge that Nancy’s is now with our Lord will bring you all comfort. Nancy is once again whole and because of her acceptance of Jesus has gained salvation and eternal life.
    We know that she will be missed daily and we pray our Lord gives you all the grace each of you need.
    Nancy will always have her own special room in our heart of hearts because that’s where we keep our valuables.