Janice V McGreevy
Millinocket - Janice (Jane) McGreevy 80. Born June 19, 1939 to Basil and Madeline (Brackett) McLain. Passed November 22, 2019 surrounded by her loving family.
Jane, AKA "NANA" was known for love of her family. She loved holidays with her family and entertaining at home, playing cards and just enjoying having everyone around. She was always thinking of others first. She was a hard worker in and out of the house. She enjoyed traveling with her husband Charles and sisters and brother in-laws. Anyone who knew NANA knew she loved the Nascar "48" car (Jimmy Johnson).
Jane was predeceased by her parents and a infant sister Elenor, her husband Charles, brother in-laws Charles (Wally) Hallett, and Donald McGreevy and her in-laws Charles and Edna McGreevy.
She is survived by daughter Cathy Bragdon of Standish, Lori & Gary Santerre of Millinocket, Charles & Kelly McGreevy of Petersburg, VA and Melissa and Matthew Barker of South Twin Lake; grandchildren, Angela and her companion Jimmy Robinson, Jacob and wife Alex, Jaime, Mindy, John, Megan, Brandon and wife Torrie, Emily, David and wife Amber; great grandchildren, Maci, Parker, Taylor, Carson, Wyatt, Madison Olivia, Odelia and Jade; sisters, Ann Hallett and Judi Davenport; sister in-laws Anne Colombo and husband Mike and Olivia Steeves and brother in-law Elden Davenport; several nieces and nephews; special friends Mary and Gary Bies.
Services will be held at a later date. The family would like to thank Katahdin Health Care and their staff also Beacon Hospice for the wonderful care. Those who would like to make a donation in Jane's name please send to: Katahdin Health Care of Millinocket c/o activities, 22 Walnut St., Millinocket, ME 04462.
Published on November 25, 2019

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