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Agnes Mc Intyre (Nancy) Mc Lucas

McLUCAS - Agnes McIntyre (Nancy) On 20th November 2021. Beloved wife of the late Bill McLucas, much loved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Private Funeral. No flowers please.

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  • Stephen Jacksays...

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    Desperately sad news. Nancy was a wonderful woman who I had known for all of my (near) 64 years. Well, I would do, she was my (fairy) Godmother! My mother and she were each other’s bridesmaids in the 50s and were lifelong friends. Over the years, to our family, she became an absolute legend - funny, kind, loyal and generous, as well as tremendously outspoken and rarely uncontroversial! She brought great joy into our lives and we’re so grateful for the times we spent in her company. A veritable tour de force. We will all miss you terribly. Much love to Christine, Meg (or, ‘Margaret’ as Nancy preferred) and their families at this sorrowful time. Stephen x
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  • Ronald Nicolsonsays...

    My sister, Dr Elsa Hamilton and I were greatly distressed to hear of Nancy’s death. In the early 1950s, our late mother, Mrs Laura Nicolson and Nancy were colleagues in the primary department of Finnieston School in the Stobcross area of Glasgow. At the same time, Bill was the school’s art master. We had various family associations with Bill and Nancy. During the school summer holidays of 1955, Elsa and I spent a few days with a greataunt in Tarbert, Loch Fyne, and we met Bill and Nancy on their honeymoon! That autumn Bill moved from Finnieston to Hillhead High School where Elsa and I were pupils and, finally, the newlyweds’ first house was a flat at 19 Broomhill Terrace, Glasgow W1; we lived at no 31! The connection more or less terminated with their move in 1956 to Stranraer, as we recall. Mother died in 1995 but contact was resumed by Elsa and me with Nancy following Bill’s death. Mother was extremely fond of Nancy. She loved her sense of humour, her kindness and her sheer ‘joie de vivre’. Nancy frequently regaled her lady colleagues with tales of her culinary disasters and these stories found their way to our dinner table with great regularity. Whether they were recounted in the men’s staff room is extremely doubtful. Our memories of Nancy are, largely, distant, but they are clear and cherished. We are confident that, had Mother been alive, she would associate herself with this tribute to a kind, loveable friend and colleague. Ronald A. Nicolson.
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