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Alice Anne Nolan

Alice Anne Nolan

April 20, 1961 - June 3, 2020     Age: 59

Alice Ann Nolan, 59, of Fernandina Beach passed away at home Wednesday, June 3, 2020.

She was born reared in Daytona Beach and was a daughter of the late of Daniel Joseph and Juanita Noy Nolan.

Alice moved to Fernandina Beach some years ago and was employed at Baptist Medical Center-Nassau as a Scheduling Coordinator. In addition to her work at the hospital, she volunteered in the community.

She worked with the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. Alice also served as a mentor to several of Fernandina’s youth over the years. She was particularly proud to watch those youth become successful in school and from there have a good beginning for the life ahead of them.

Outside of her work Baptist Nassau and her community involvement, Alice loved to travel. Whether a short getaway or a longer trip she loved visiting new places.

Alice was of the Catholic faith.

In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by a brother, Michael.

She leaves behind her two siblings, Daniel Nolan of Columbus, OH and Linda Henry of Millville, NJ; a niece, Marna Hancock of Nashville, TN as well as Marna’s daughters, Brianna and Brittany; and  three nephews, Daniel “Bo” Nolan of Pickerington, OH, Bobby Karl Henry of Millville, NJ and Eric Henry of Mays Landing, NJ.

Her family will gather with friends Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 10:00 AM in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors. Fr. Jose Kallukallam will officiate.

Later Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 PM, family and friends will gather upstairs at the Crabtrap Restaurant for a time of food and fellowship.

Alice will be laid to rest in New Jersey at a future date.

 

15 Condolences

  • Dina Hall Posted June 6, 2020 3:35 pm

    I will truly miss Alice. I am so heartbroken she passed and it just don’t seem real that she is gone. She was a Baptist Nassau Family we all worked so closed together. She was such a true Friend, and a sweet lady. I will miss her laughing at me. She always told me she loved me. God has one true angel above. RIP Alice you have your wings. God Bless her family in there loss. Hugs, Dina Hall CNA from Baptist Nassau

  • Sharon Burke Posted June 6, 2020 6:10 pm

    Alice was always so sweet, never an unkind word. I always felt so welcome when I worked with with her..she will certainly be missed ..

  • Serena Howard Posted June 6, 2020 8:11 pm

    I am so sorry for your loss Dan, Marna, Brittany and Brianna. Alice was a great friend. She was kind and helpful with the most unforgettable laughter. I will miss her dearly.

  • Maureen (Mo) Smith Posted June 6, 2020 8:31 pm

    Alice was like a sister to me. We went to school together since the 2nd grade. Even though she moved to Jacksonville, we never lost touch. Each time we spoke it was as if there was no distance or time that had passed. She was the most generous person I know, caring for everyone else before herself. She was passionate about the Relay for Life event and volunteered for many years. I will miss her infectious laugh, beautiful soul but most of all her phone calls where she provided great advice. Her faith was the strongest & caring for the children was her top priority. I will miss her forever. My condolences to Danny & Linda, Maria & Brittany & Brianna. She loved you all so much. RIP my dear friend!

  • Jim Tippins. Posted June 7, 2020 11:58 am

    There is a spiritual gift named hospitality. Dear Alice has that gift in her heart. She was such a warm welcome to anyone who walked to the nurses station. Her smile, her absolute desire to help those who walked to find a loved one or when a patient t rang for assistance. Alice’s sweet voice would say, How ca I help you?”
    Never flustered or revealing her own pain or struggles.
    May we life with more kindness and say like Alice, “How May I help you .”
    Alice’s family and her family at Baptist Nassau will alway miss her.
    Me too!

  • Joan Thrift Posted June 7, 2020 12:04 pm

    I miss Alice’s sweet soul. She always spoke so lovingly of you , her family members.. I am so sorry I can not be there Wednesday but thank you for sharing your sister with her Nassau family..

  • Kate Johnson Posted June 7, 2020 8:47 pm

    Alice Anne Nolan, My Friend, My Work partner, I am lost for Words, My Heart is Broken , You have left an imprint in My Heart. You were the Most Loving, Giving, Selfless, Sweetest thoughtful Friend anyone could ask for. I missed You the last few weeks while You were out of work. I Miss You so much more now, I have cried a River for You. Every Tuesday I walk into work I’m looking for You. I know You are flying High with the Angels and You are at Peace. You loved Your family so much, it showed in your expressions of Love and Joy you had for each one of them. You loved All Your BMC Nassau work family. You always greeted everyone with a smile and kind words. My Sincere Heartfelt Sympathy goes out To All if Your Family. May God Comfort each and Everyone during this difficult time of Grief. Fly High Alice, Your Irish Eyes are Smiling! Love, Kate Johnson

  • Amei Prachthauser Posted June 7, 2020 10:49 pm

    I am sending thoughts, prayers and love to Alice’s family and friends. Alice was one of the kindest and most giving people I have ever known. She was always so sweet and kind. Heaven definitely gained a true angel. You will truly be missed!!

  • Barbara Trapp Posted June 8, 2020 11:44 am

    Alice was a kind, giving, and uplifting person. She loved her nieces, Brittany and Brianna, dearly and was involved with all their activities, such as Pop Warner cheerleading.

    I have fond memories of working with her as Team Development Chair for Relay for Life in 2011. I had just wanted to be a casual volunteer, but Alice could talk anyone into anything! We drove together to Orlando for a Relay conference, and on the night of the Relay, were up all night at the track, cheering on relayers. She was amazing at fundraising and set what seemed to be impossibly high goals, which she often achieved. The community benefited as a result.

    I’m sorry we hadn’t seen each other in a few years since I moved back to Jacksonville, but I can still hear her infectious laugh! I will miss the opportunity to make her laugh. Hugs to her family :). Alice would want us all to smile.

  • Trina Knox Posted June 8, 2020 1:54 pm

    Alice, you were one of the kindest, sweetest souls I have ever met. Never a bad word spoken of another person. I will miss coming around the corner and seeing your sweet face. Heaven has one of the best angels now. I will miss you dearly.

  • Alicia Grant-Carter Posted June 8, 2020 3:04 pm

    I am completely lost for words right now, “Alice Nolan” you will truly be missed, all the things that everyone has said about you is so true(a sweetheart), you never said nothing negative just a smile 😊 on your face. I can remember one morning your car completely cut off at the light, I was next to you in the left lane, I politely pulled over at the gas station and waited until your car was moved out of the streets. You never saw me, I walked over and tapped on your window, you was looking like where did you come from, I said “Alice” I can take you to work, her words were “A Angel😇”

  • Jeanette Sumlar Posted June 8, 2020 3:21 pm

    I am lost for words, Alice there will never be another you, you always was given to other, never spoke bad about anyone, but I am so glad that you got to spend time with your family, we all at BNC is truly going to miss you. No more pain Rest in Jesus.

  • Michelle Whiten Posted June 8, 2020 4:18 pm

    Sweet Alice , I will miss your sweet spirit . Your inspiration. Your snacks 😊. Most importantly the care you gave to each and everyone of us. You’re the most kindest person I’ve ever met. Baptist won’t be the same without you. May you rest peacefully. I love you

  • Randall Bennett Posted June 8, 2020 4:43 pm

    A beautiful wonderful lady,so welcoming.greeted everyone with a warm smile.will be so missed.

  • Joseph Cerio III Posted June 18, 2020 6:07 pm

    Alice, I had known you since grade school. I used to see your father as an usher at St. Paul’s Church. However I had not been in touch with you over the years and I will regret that for the rest of my days. As I read the condolences It seems that there are a lot of people who thought highly of you and love you. That makes you a great person. The kind of person who will be greatly, greatly missed by a great many people. You are in a much better place among the angels. So long for now. I will see you soon.

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