Nancy J. Jason (Michaud) – March 8, 2017

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Wayland/Rochester: Peacefully at home on March 8, 2017 at age 53 years. Predeceased by her parents Vaughn & Beverlee Michaud, her brother Billy Michaud, and her step-mother Joyce Michaud. Survived by her sisters; Yvonne Michaud of FL, Laurie Michaud (Steve Lopez) of Springwater, Susan (Gary) Sapetko of Mt. Morris, and Vaughn Michaud Jr. of Arkport. Also survived by her significant other Robert Hogan of Rochester; members of the Toal Family, Nancy (Dan) Gannon of SC, Barb Toal of Batavia, Larry (Patty) Toal of Batavia; numerous nieces & nephews, and dear friends including her best friend Kathy McGillicudy.

Nancy was born on April 14, 1963 in Dansville, NY to parents Vaughn and Beverlee Michaud. She graduated from Hilton High School in 1981. Nancy was an avid Nascar fan and her favorite was Dale Earnhart Sr. She was a huge Dallas Cowboys fan and also enjoyed the challenges of jigsaw puzzles. Nancy loved animals but most of all loved her devoted K9 Babygirl. For many years Nancy was on both bowling and softball leagues and made many friends. In addition to working for the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group she also ran her own window washing business called Total View Window Cleaning.

At Nancy’s request no funeral services will be held. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1120 Goodman Street South, Rochester, NY 14620. To send a condolence or share a memory please visit:
www.doughertyfuneralhomes.com

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  1. I met you a few years back through Kathy. You and I took a drive in her mustang and we talked the whole way. You told me about your struggle and what you had been through. You were such a positive person who was always in good spirits. I know you will be missed dearly by so many people. May you Rest In Peace Nan. I will never forget you

  2. I miss you already. You are now with grandma grandpa and uncle Billy. Your pain is gone.❤ I will treasure all the wonderful memories that we shared overthe years💖you share a special place in my heart.🤘💕

  3. You fought so hard… And yet, you always seemed to find a way to laugh through it. You taught me what strength and grace under pressure really are. I will miss our conversations on Facebook. I’m just sorry you left before I could get up there this summer and give you that hug I owe you. Sleep well, sweet friend. Be at peace. Lord knows you deserve it.

  4. RIP Nancy….. heaven has gained another great angel, earth has lost a sister, aunt and a great friend. You put up a fight for a long time and now your free from all the pain. You will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers to family and friends

  5. RIP Nancy, I just got the news this morning that God called you home. It has been a pleasure knowing and working with you. I’ll miss you! My condolences go out to your family. Your DPSG friend, Latasha Washington.

  6. May God wrap his arms around you on your journey. In loving memory of Nancy.

  7. Nan will be sorely missed…She was a great woman. and sorely missed. Fly high in heaven my friend…

  8. Nancy, I am blessed to have had known you for all these years. We were on bowling leagues together, we had our own Mary Kay business together, we have a mutual friend Vicky D’Augustino where we gathered a number of times throughout the years for special occasions. It has been an honor knowing you and having you as what I considered a friend. The beginning of your struggle shocked us all and you beat it as your strength you held was so apparent. God was not ready to bring you home, his purpose for you on earth was not finished. As the years carried on you pushed through with such grace and positivity. You were such an example to others, showing them how to take what was dealt to you and handle it with patience and strength. You always smiled even through your pain and undesired acceptance of this cruel disease. Nancy, with all you have been through you managed to keep others from pain for what to expect in the near future of your fate. You were always so concerned for others and didn’t want them to suffer. God has taken you home sweet Angel where you will now begin to reap your rewards for the way you lived your life on earth. God bless you Nancy Michaud Jason, may you Rest in Eternal Peace with in the Glory of God. You are a soul to be forever in our hearts. <3

  9. Nancy you will truly be missed, I feel honored to have you in my life you are like a sister to me ,we shared a lot of things together and had a lot of fun . You will always be in my heart … fly high my friend till we meet again I love you.

  10. RIP Nancy,Say hi to Dale Earnhardt And Tom Landry
    See you on the other side
    Dallas Cowboys Rock!!!

    Love Reils!

  11. RIP Nancy you were always very kind to me and I know you will be missed dearly , love and light to you family

  12. In Loving memory to Nancy. I heard the news today that you went to heaven , still in disbelief , grief your gone. You were loved by many , will be missed by many. You will always be my aunt Nancy. You were a awesome aunt whom i got to share many memories with through-out the years. R.I.P , watch over all of us whom are heeling from pain. You were a friend , aunt , sister, loved one to many. I Love you , will be here in my heart forever. Until we meet again give the angels something to dance for. https://youtube/C4dci4Z7p6A .

  13. Heaven has gained another angel, i know gramma, grampa, and Billy were happy to see you. Fly high your now a free bird. I love you and will carry you in my heart forever!!!!

  14. We are so very thankful we had the opportunity to meet Nancy, but saddened that we were not able to get to know her more and hear stories of her life’s adventure personally. Our thoughts and prayers are with Bonnie, Laurie, Susan and their families and may their hearts be full of happy memories!

  15. When someone you love becomes a memory-The memory becomes a treasure. Nan you have always been my (little)sister I will always love & miss you. May you rest in peace my dear friend