Huggonson, Nancy Jolan (née Polgar)

Huggonson, Nancy Jolan (née Polgar)

June 9th, 2021

Peacefully, with Earl by her side at Victoria Hospital, on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, Nancy Huggonson, of London, in her 74th year. Beloved wife of Earl Huggonson. Loving aunt of Les (Brenda) Kazman, Larry Kazman, Melanie Cockrill, and Kenneth (Melanie) White Jr., of St. Thomas. Adored great-aunt of Zoe, Aidan, Anthony, Brittany, Haley, Emily, Tyler, Autumn, and Hunter. Dear cousin of Monica, Steve, Rick, Eric, John, Bill, Bob, Mary, Michael, Ronnie, and Liz. Nancy was a cardiovascular R.N. and had worked at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, and later at LHSC-Victoria Hospital on South Street. Predeceased by parents, Joseph and Helen (Danko) Polgar; sisters, Eleanor Kazman and Agnes Helmer; brothers, John and Leonard Polgar; uncles, Steve (Justina) Polgar and Frank (Helen) Polgar. Cremation has taken place. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Nancy are asked to consider the Canadian Cancer Society or the London Health Sciences Foundation.

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Virginia ConnollyEarl, I am so sorry to hear about Nancy! I have not spoken with her in a long time and did not know she was not well. Jerry and I both send condolences and will keep you in our prayers!
HairstationOur hearts go out to you & your family during this difficult time. We loved having Nancy visit us in the salon. She was incredibly lovely & will be missed. Our thoughts & prayers are with you & yours. Sincerest sympathy & Hugs, Everyone at the Hairstation.
JanetDekeyzerI am so sorry to hear about Nancy.So glad to see her at K-W reunion.We shared many memories from there and from high school.
Dianne JacksonEarl, I am so sorry to hear of Nanc's passing. I am thankful that she came to our 50th reunion. Take care of you & hope you get some restful time at your trailer.
Peggy & Rick Desjardins We are so sorry for your loss Earl. We are here for you in any way you need. Nancy will always hold a special place in our hearts and memories - it has been such a blessing to have her in our lives.
June MillerI am so sorry to hear about Nancy. It was lovely to reconnect with Nancy at our 50th nursing class reunion.
Cheryl PhillipsI worked with Nancy at Victoria Hospital many years ago. She was a very caring, but witty in nature. She provided the utmost attention to her patients. My sympathies are extended to you and your families and may Nancy Rest in Peace.
Michael Vasily Earl, I am so sorry to hear about Nancy. She will be missed and we will have you in our prayers.
Sandra TaitSo sorry to hear of Nancy's passing...sending condolences to your family. Like others of our KW classmates we were so happy to see her at the 50th reunion.
Bob & Mary Ellen PearsonTo Family & Friends of Nancy's Nancy and I were room mates our first year of nurses' training. She took us to have dinner with her family and I knew then why she was such a great and loving person. We talked at our 50 year reunion last year and she hadn't changed. Please accept our condolences. She will always be remembered. Sincerely Mary Ellen [Andrews]Pearson
Agnes EtueI knew Nancy way back when I lived with her and my sister Joyce in London. She was always so great with our family and kids, she was such a lovely lady. My condolences to you, Earl and your family. Agnes Etue
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