Nancy Ann P. (Ziviello) Richards—1/21/2018

Nancy Ann P. (Ziviello) Richards, age 76 of Lansdale, PA passed away on January 21, 2018 at Saint Mary’s Manor. She was born and raised in Lansdale.

Nancy was the daughter of the late Albert P. Ziviello and Rose Maria Minetti Ziviello. She was a registered nurse with her BS in psychology.

Nancy retired from St. Mary’s Manor 7 months ago. She was a member of Saint Stanislaus Parish. Nancy was an avid Phillies fan, who loved the beach, Broadway shows, traveling, and concerts.

Survivors include son Matthew, Lansdale, daughter Linda Colarusso, her husband, John, and two granddaughters, Kelsey and Julie, Lincoln University, her sister Rose Marie Thomas and her husband Elwood Thomas, Souderton, nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews and a great great niece.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass on Friday January 26 at Saint Mary’s Chapel, 701 Lansdale Avenue, in Lansdale at 11:00 am. The family will receive friends before the service from 10:00 to 11 am.

Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Nancy’s memory to the American Cancer Society.

7 thoughts on “Nancy Ann P. (Ziviello) Richards—1/21/2018

  1. Being out of the area at this time, I just got the news of Nancy’s death. I will miss her and know how much the family will miss her. Every time I drove past the house and saw her NR RN Licence I thought of her. May she rest in peace and prayers for the family

  2. I always enjoyed your mother and she could always make me laugh. She was a great NPTheatre Drama Mama and I have so many fun memories- so I know that you do, too! Hugs! Prayers and love!

  3. I had not seen Nancy for quite a while since moving away. She was always fun. We had played cards with a group for many years.

  4. Nancy was a life-long friend. She was very caring and loved life. She always had something funny to share.
    I will have a big void in my life.
    I know God will take care of you. Ask him for some chocolate!!

    • I, too, will miss Nancy. I used to bribe her to come to work when her help was needed with chocolate. It usually worked. Never did get our Christmas trip to NYC this year, but will think of her whenever I get to visit NYC. Rip Nancy. You will be missed.

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