Nancy Hickey

Obituary of Nancy Sue Hickey

Nancy Sue Hickey, 79, of Owasco, passed away unexpectedly April 1, 2022 at Strong Memorial Hospital. Born in Auburn, she was the daughter of the late Leon and Geneva Bernadine (Dunlap) Pickard. Nancy's biggest pride and joy were her children and ten grandchildren. Her endless love and devotion for each one will continue to live on thru them.

Surviving are her four children; John (Jill) Hickey and family, Jimmy, Jenna, Jack and Joe; Kelley Gridley and family Sam and Mike; Andrew (Tamara) Hickey and family Alaina, Forrest, David and Jacob; Daniel (Lisa) Hickey and family Morgan, Kylie, Taylor and Luna; a brother Barry (Mary) Pickard and family Amy, Sarah and Jennifer; sister-in-laws Rochelle Hickey and Ellen Cioffa, brother-in-law Jack (Terry) Hickey and their families.

Nancy enjoyed life with her family as well as her favorite past times of baking, knitting and cross word puzzles. She volunteered to deliver meals on wheels for several years prior to covid and received great joy from each of her deliveries.

In addition to her parents she was predeceased by her husband James Joseph Hickey, Jr. in 1994, an infant daughter and a granddaughter Julia Hickey.

There are no calling hours and services are private. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Contributions in Nancy's name can be made to Meals on Wheels or the SPCA as she had a love for animals especially her dogs, Brandy, Raven and Sheeba.

Langham Funeral Home is honored to be assisting Nancy's family in their time of need. Please visit www.Langhamfuneralhomellc.com to leave a condolence.

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