Nancy Jopling

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NANCY JOPLING OBITUARY Nancy Louise Williams Jopling, age 91, died peacefully in her sleep on March 20, 2023 in Lake Placid, New York. She was the daughter of Horace and Anna Williams of Norristown PA. Nancy was born and raised in Norristown Pennsylvania; she attended A. D. Eisenhower High School, graduating in 1949. She was accepted at the Westminster Choir College, but instead chose to marry her high school sweetheart, Harry, and raise a family. She had 3 children, Ralph (deceased 1989), Marilla and Horace (married to Victoria), both surviving. Nancy is also survived by one grandson, Lee (married to Cortney), and 2 great grandchildren, Craig and Quinn. Nancy and Harry moved to Lake Placid to be near their family. Harry died in September 2018. Nancy was active in her community (West Norriton Women's Club) and in her church, Calvary Baptist Church of Norristown. She had a keen interest in history and preserving historical sites. In her later years, she suffered from dementia. Condolences may be sent to The M. B. Clark, Inc., Funeral Home in Lake Placid, NY is in charge of arrangements. Donations may be made to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Hagerstown, MD.
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