We regret to inform you of the untimely death of Nancy Johnston Mulford of Skillman, who has left her family devastated. Nancy Johnston Mulford did, in fact, die at the age of 85. Her death was announced on social media on Saturday, January 14th, 2023.
Since Nancy Johnston’s death was confirmed, her family and friends have been paying tributes and sending their heartfelt condolences to the family during this difficult time. It’s difficult to believe Nancy Johnston is no longer with us. Many people are curious about the cause of her death and how she died. Follow For More Updates at satiknews.com
Who was Nancy Johnston?
Nancy Johnston was born on October 28, 1937, in Oak Park, Illinois. Her parents were Herbert J. and Gladys Semple Johnston. In terms of education, Nancy attended Amundson High School in Chicago and Park College in Parkville, Missouri. In addition, she attended International Christian University for her junior year and later McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago.
In 1961, she married The Rev. David E. Mulford. The couple shared an apartment in Albany, New York. David E. Mulford was a pastor in a number of communities. In 2006, following the retirement of David E. Mulford, they relocated to Stonebridge at Montgomery. Let us tell you that Nancy Johnston Mulford remained active in many communities, including Chatham Township, where she served as an area representative for American Field Service.
Nancy Johnston Death Reason
According to the sources, the news of her death was confirmed on January 14, 2023, but Nancy Johnston died on January 12, 2023, at Stonebridge at Montgomery. In addition, the official cause of her death has been revealed. According to reports, Nancy had a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease, which eventually led to her death. She was 85 years old when she died. Her husband was the Rev. David E. Mulford.
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Nancy was survived by her husband David, son Stephen Mulford, daughter and son-in-law Ann and Dr. David Youmans, grandchildren Carey and husband Ammar Shallal, Avery and husband Andrew Sellers of Lusaka, and Nicholas Youmans and partner Michael Collins at the time of her death. The family has announced that a memorial service will be held on Tuesday, January 24 at 2 p.m. at Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street, Princeton.