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Nancy Ann Kennedy
June 4, 1962 ~ March 9, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Nancy Ann Kennedy, 60, resides in Plymouth, CT. Born on June 4th, 1962, in Waterbury, CT Daughter of Robert F. Sullivan and Marlene Sullivan. Survived by husband Robert W. Kennedy Jr., children Meagan (Robert) Brockway, Robert (Emma) Kennedy III, Sean Patrick Kennedy, Molly Kennedy, and two grandchildren, Theia & Rose Kennedy. Survived by siblings Kathleen (Anthony) Triccolo, Robert (Vivian) Sullivan Jr., Laurie Sullivan, Karen (Daniel) Bierce, Michael Sullivan, and James Sullivan. Survived by in-law family Alice Kennedy, Maureen (John) Johnson, Brian Kennedy, Michael Kennedy, and Kathleen Kennedy. Predeceased by Robert Kennedy and Johnny Kennedy. Nancy grew up in Naugatuck, CT on Hill St, where she had a very happy childhood. She graduated from Naugatuck High School in 1980. A loving mother, she was always involved in her children's schooling, and a part of the PTA for 17 years. She loved to support her children and their friends in extracurricular events. A lifelong artist and avid gardener, Nancy always made the world a more beautiful place. She fondly remembered trips to Martha’s Vineyard with the Clemmey family, the highlight of many of her summers. She enjoyed spending time near the pool, loved concerts, and was thankful for her friends who were always by her side. She wants you to know that she is at peace and loves you all. Family and friends are invited to call at the Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St, Terryville, on Monday, March 13, from 6-8 PM. www.scottfuneralhomeinc.com