Nani Sadowski

Born on January 7, 1974 in Colorado Springs, Colorado
Departed November 10, 2023 in Orlando, Florida

Nani Sadowski passed away unexpectedly on November 10, 2023. She is survived by her parents, Lilinoe and Alexander M. Sadowski, her brothers, Alexander F. Sadowski and Christian Sadowski (Kimberly) and nephews, Bronson and Tytus Sadowski. She was a most vivacious and talented person. She graduated from Melbourne High School and then received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Central Florida and her Master’s Degree from Rollins College.

She had a very diverse and remarkable career. She installed new banking systems for Phoenix International and provided employee training throughout the world (Turkey, Micronesia, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Guatemala, Jamaica, London, and Dominica). She was Vice President of Sales and Senior Project Manager for the Commerce Thru Digital Technology firm, and Director of Communications for the CNA Insurance Company’s Maitland office. She transitioned to Health Care Systems as Manager of Enterprise Project Management for Halifax Health, and then Enterprise Program Management and Architecture and Health Delivery Solutions for the First Consulting Group, Computer Science Corporation. She was also Principal Strategic Advisor for Impact Advisers. Her career more recently led her to becoming an independent Executive Healthcare Consultant and Program Director, serving many Health Care Systems and Organizations in the United States.

Nani had her international Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute and wrote papers and articles on Project Management. She was also an active member of the Health Information Management Systems Society and held her Certified Professional in Health Information Management Systems (CPHIMS) certificate.

Nani still found time for Community Service: Advisory Board of Directors, Variety Club International Children’s Charity; Orlando Mayor’s City Academy; Ronald McDonald House; Therapy Dog Provider to Advent Health Systems with her beloved, Gidget, and an active member of the Rotary Club of College Park. She was also a Lector at St. James Cathedral in Orlando.

Nani was a bright light in our world, and she will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated for her at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, Indialantic, Florida, on December 16th at 11:00 am, with Visitation at 10:30 am.

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Michael Ann Elliott from Orlando wrote on January 31, 2024:
I worked with Nani many years ago at Aerotek, she was always so energetic and enthusiastic. I feel that a bright light has left this world, my heart goes out to her friends and family.
Ashraf Hann from San Francisco wrote on January 19, 2024:
I am very saddened by this horrible news. I was a good friend of Nani and worked with her for many years. My prayers and thoughts with her family as they deal with the loss of Nani. She was always so positive and supportive and I will miss her smile and my amazing friend. May God Bless you
Sue Krienke from Casselberry wrote on December 15, 2023:
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Nani had a special place in so many lives. Reading the comments about her has been very touching. I know she will be greatly missed.
Isaac from Washington DC wrote on December 10, 2023:
I met Nani through fit2row fitness studio in college park and lived right across the street from her. She always made things fun and was there if you needed someone to hangout for a neighborhood happy hour. Last time i saw her was when we went to 2022 Greek fest and I accidentally got tons of baklava honey all over her Volvo car floor! She was always up for new spontaneous adventure and trying out new things in the area. I’ll miss her fun work week texts and info on the latest local happenings. The joy she brought to everyone and positive impact to the local community will be missed.
Susan Sackett from Orlando wrote on December 8, 2023:
Nani saved my life 3x this past year when I was extremely ill. Going to the hospital ER with me, notifying staff when the Intern Doctors were screwing things up that were life threatening for me. She checked in on me daily to make certain I was ok. I keep wanting to call her about some great things and so I just talk to her daily to let her know my thoughts. I know she hears me. I can't imagine life without her. I understand she has done so much more in life for many others, but to me she was a God given gift.
Kathy Inkley from Kansas City wrote on December 5, 2023:
This absolutely breaks my heart. NaNi and I would always hike together in the different cities where we consulted together. She was always very caring & even called recently to uplift me during my husband’s illness. She was a bright light that left us far too soon. My thoughts & prayers go out to her family during such a difficult time.
Ford Family from Orlando wrote on December 4, 2023:
Nani is a dear friend to our family for more than 20 years. She has been there for us from weddings to babies to everyday life. Nani is someone you could always count on to be thinking about you and bringing something small to make you happy. Catherine and her were amazing friends and we used some empty cans of Spam she gave us this weekend to put some plants in around the house so we can see those daily and put a smile on our face as we remember the good times together. Love you Nani!
Tina (Angleton) Skraban from Orlando wrote on December 3, 2023:
Nani was my best friend in junior and high school. She was such an inspiration - a great student, involved in our school and community, a talented musician , and all around good person! My heart will forever have a void but I will always cherish our zany and fun times!! Rest in peace, beautiful soul!
Pete and Vicky Sorensen from Indialantic wrote on December 3, 2023:
Nani was a precious and wonderful friend. We will miss her and her beautiful smile always. She had an incredible gift of bringing sunshine to each life she touched. It is a great comfort to know she is in heaven with the Lord.
Pamela Costa from Orlandol, FL wrote on November 30, 2023:
I am sorry for the loss of Nani to her family - it must be a hard time and I hope the sorry passes as you all think if the love she brought to you all. Peace and Blessings always to you all.
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