Nancy Leclerc

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Nancy Lundburg Leclerc, age 67, died February 25, 2010, at Dutch Manor Nursing Home, Schenectady, NY, after a very long battle with multiple sclerosis. Nancy was born in Bridgeport, CT to Mildred and the late R. Burton Lundberg. She is survived by her sisters, Virginia Potter and Linda Stein and her brother, Richard B. Lundberg; her children, David W. Leclerc, Denise G. Leclerc, G. Brent Leclerc, Catherine L. Cohen; and her grandchildren, Emily Wood-Leclerc, Trevor E. Nelson, Rebecca C. Nelson, Alexandra J. Leclerc, Noah B. Leclerc, and Caroline J. Cohen. She was predeceased by her sister, Janet L. Elderd and her son, Scott J. Leclerc. Nancy was a homemaker as well as an avid seamstress, painter, and reader, and greatly enjoyed listening to music. Nancy began raising her family in Connecticut, and moved to the Albany area in 1970. She touched the lives of the many people who cared for her and she will be deeply missed. Calling hours will be held at Daly Funeral Home, 242 McClellan Street, Schenectady, NY, on Monday, March 8 at 11 a.m. with services at 12 p.m. Family requests that donations be made in her memory to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, 421 New Karner Road, Suite 6, Albany, NY 12205.
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