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Nancy A. Scharnitz

May 28, 1954 - April 20, 2021



Nancy A. (Manness) Scharnitz, of Yardville, passed away on April 20, 2021 at Fox Chase Cancer Center surrounded by her family.


Born in Trenton, NJ to Axford and Olive (Lingrell) Manness, Nancy was a lifelong resident of the area. She graduated from Hamilton High West, and married her high school sweetheart, Martin Scharnitz. They were married 47 years. She worked for Lenox China for 19 years, then Allied Vision in Robbinsville for the last 15 years. She loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren, and cooking and entertaining. She will be dearly missed.


Predeceased by her parents, and sister, Esther Manness, she is survived by her husband Marty, daughters April Ensinger (Keith), Jennifer Darvas (Dennis), and Christina Dickson, close brother-in-law Joseph Scharnitz (Nikki), close sister Toni Manness, and many grandchildren (Braden, Amanda, Kyle, Zachary, and Breanna), nieces and nephews (Kyle, Justin, and Laura).


In lieu of flowers and a service, memorial donations can be made in Nancy's honor to Fox Chase Cancer at Temple Hospital Office of Institutional Advancement, 333 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111 or any cancer center of your choice.


All services are private and under the direction of Buklad-Merlino Memrorial. Homes, Hamilton.

 

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Nancy was a beautiful human being. I am heartbroken to learn that she is gone. Her smile and comforting presence helped shape me from childhood into the person I am now. I have her loved ones in mind and I will be wishing all the best for them.

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Nancy was the kindest, sweetest and most generous person who truly adored her friends and family and would do anything for them. She lit up the room with her cheery personality and always knew how to make me smile. It was a pleasure to know her, work with her and call her my friend and I am completely devastated to hear of her passing. She will be sorely missed. Memory Eternal!

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Dear Nancy! I am still trying to accept the fact that you are no longer here. Although I miss your presence and friendship so very much, I understand God's need to take you into his house. I am so very thankful to have been graced to know you. I will never forget you as long as I shall live. God has a plan, and I have faith. Someday, we shall all be where you are now. When that time comes, I want to say hello to you again. Perhaps, we can have our lunch's together again like before. Although, I doubt they have any Boston Markets up there! I will see you again soon. I miss you so very muc…

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