Nancy Lee Popovich

Born on January 22, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois
Departed on February 8, 2022 in Indialantic, Florida

Indialantic, FL – Nancy L. Popovich, 87, was born in Chicago, IL and passed away in Indialantic, FL on February 8, 2022.

She was Radiology Technician at Brevard Hospital and retired from Holmes Regional Medical Center.

Nancy is survived by her daughters Beth A. (RJ Wiles) Borden and Jodi L. Rosenfield; grandchildren, Jordan (Wayne) Walton, Tiffany (James McNulty) Rosenfield and Adam (Lauren) Rosenfield; great-grandchildren, Grayson, Ayden, Ryder, Fynn, Preston and Landon.

She was proceeded in death by husband, Dr. Paul J. Popovich

Visitation will be Friday, February 18 from 5pm – 7pm at the Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Chapel. Funeral Mass will be Saturday, February 19 at 11:00am at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church.

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Monica and michael Kott wrote on February 19, 2022:
Jodi , Beth and Family , We are truly sorry for the passing of your mother and grandmother . She truly was a lady with an enormous heart and was generous with her kindness to everybody ( including all of her dogs ) . We will always cherish the memory of her unselfish and positive aura that she consistently gave everyone around her . Rest In Peace ..
The Maxwell Family wrote on February 17, 2022:
Nancy was a very dear and long time family friend, we will miss her greatly. Our condolences to her family, they will all be in our thoughts and prayers.
Sean Waterman from Saginaw, Mi wrote on February 16, 2022:
Aunt Nancy, May the Good Lord welcome you into his Kingdom. Forgive me for not staying in touch, but you are loved and will be in my heart, along with the memories of the time we did have together.
Sean Waterman from Saginaw, Mi wrote on February 16, 2022:
Aunt Nancy, May the Lord welcome you into His Kingdom. Forgive me for not keeping in touch, but I have filled with the times we did have together. You are loved, and you will be in my heart.
Terri Vann Roosa from Indialantic wrote on February 16, 2022:
Dear Beth & family, We are so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a bright, fun & faith-filled light in this world. She had the best laugh and the biggest hugs and she loved you all so deeply. Her presence here will be missed. And I know you look forward to the day when you will see her again. We are sending our love to you and the family and holding you all close in prayer. May your sweet memories and joy shine through your tears. Love you! Terri & Rich
Ken Rosenfield from Orlando wrote on February 15, 2022:
Rest in peace Nancy...your legacy as a wonderful, kind, caring and fun personality will go on through your children and grandchildren and their future generations...all the best to your family

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