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Nancy Teresa Cassidy, 81, Church of the Resurrection Member

The following obituary appeared here on Legacy.com

Nancy Teresa Cassidy (Doherty) of Rye, New York, passed into eternal life on Friday November 29, 2013, surrounded by her loving family. Born in White Plains, New York to Peter B. Doherty and Annie Doherty (Sheeran). Her parents were both born and raised in County Mayo Ireland. Nancy was a longtime resident of Larchmont New York where she lived for 40 years with her husband Jack and her nine children. 

Nancy was a devoted wife and loving mother and grandmother. She was a daily communicant at the Church of the Resurrection in Rye, a devotee of Blessed mother and a woman of great faith and strength. 

She was predeceased by her husband John G. Cassidy, her beloved sons, John Gabriel Cassidy and Sean Matthew Cassidy and her darling granddaughters Katie Cassidy Higgins and Diane Cassidy. 

She is survived by her daughters, Tricia Cassidy O'Callaghan, (Harold), Megan Mary Foley (Larry) Nancy Ellen Mara (Stephen) and Nora Cassidy Mastoloni (Richard) and her sons Michael F.X. Cassidy (Shery) Kevin Patrick Cassidy (Jayne) and James Patrick Cassidy (Heather). 

She is also survived by her 31 adored grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Erin Cassidy, Caitlin Cassidy, Timothy Higgins, Kerry Cassidy, Meghan Mara Ryan, Annie Mara Whitman, Cassidy Mara, Bridget and Kelsey Mara, Daphne Cassidy, Mairaid Cassidy, Finley Cassidy, Michael Cassidy, Quinn Cassidy, Dylan Cassidy, Stephen V. Mara, Wyatt Cassidy, Tristan Cassidy, Zachary Holmes, Kirk Holmes, Nora Gratkowski, Hudson Mastoloni, River Cassidy, Scarlet Cassidy, Savannah Cassidy, James Cassidy, L.J. Foley, Clare Foley, Liam Foley, Declan Foley, Aidan Foley and Claire and Lillie Ryan. 

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Convent of the Sacred Heart 1177 King Street, Greenwich, CT to the Katie Higgins Memorial Fund or to Diane Cassidy Memorial Fund C/O Shery Cassidy, 2526 Carter Grove Circle, Windermere, FL 34786. 

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