In Loving Memory
Nancy Patricia Drysdale

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Nancy Patricia Drysdale (McPherson)
Passed away peacefully
24.09.1924 – 30.09.2020
Loved wife of Norm (dec.) and Hamish (dec.),
Loving mother of Tricia, Anne and Ian (dec.),
mother-in-law of David and Terry (dec.).
A cherished grandmother and great grandmother.
Loved and remembered always
Forever in our hearts.

Nancy Drysdale (McPherson)
In the arms of the Angel 30/9/2020
Dearly loved Mum and best friend of Anne.
Much loved mother in law to Terry (dec),
Cherished Nanna to Briohney and Gary,
Stephanie and Jason and adoring Great Nan
to Harley and Makayla.
Reunited with Ian, Dad and Hamish.
God has you in his keeping,
we have you in our hearts forever.

A Funeral service for Nancy
will be held in the Wilson Chapel at
Springvale Botanical Cemetery,
600 Princes Highway, Springvale
Friday 9th October 2020
commencing at 1.15 p.m.
A private cremation will follow.
Invite only 
due to the
current Government restrictions
maximum of 10 may attend

Please click on the link below to view
the live stream Chapel Service for Nancy
which is scheduled to commence at
1.15 p.m. on Friday 9th October 2020.

Click here to view the live stream of Nancy’s service

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to the family, please leave a message on the
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  1. To Anne & family, Nancy will be missed and forever remembered. We have many wonderful memories that we will treasure. We will be thinking you at this most difficult time. Love and friendship Jane and Brenda xxx

    Jane and Brenda
  2. To Patricia, Anne and families we send our heartfelt sympathies to you on the loss of your dear mother Nancy. For us, she was our Auntie Nancy and we loved her too! She will be sadly missed by us all but we know that memories made are ours to keep. Reunited with our mum Eileen – sisters together again.
    Loving thoughts from Christine, Karen and families.

    Christine Strachan
  3. I remember my Nanna Mac’s 70th birthday with great fondness and will always remember introducing her and her friends to the joy’s of Sambucca. I also much preferred to visit Nanna Mac when I was young, there was the odd occasion when she would slip us a sneaky fiver, until I spoiled it, “Here is $5 don’t tell your mum.”My response: “It is going to cost you more than $5,” The last time I ever got the sneaky fiver . I have great memories and I will hold on to them , I am saddened that you never met Patrick and never really got to know Ethan and Dylan, but, the memory of you will be passed to our children regardless of the tyranny of distance.

    Craig Fernleigh
  4. Deepest sympathies to Trish, Anne and families at this sad time.

    I have many fond memories of Nancy, as a dear friend for many years, when we shared our passion for canaries. RIP Nancy.

    William van Hoboken
  5. Dearest Trish and family, thinking of you today with loving sympathy. May your hearts be upheld with cherished memories of your Mum always. Love and hugs, Annie xxoo

    Annie Hardham
  6. Thinking of you today Trish. Love to you and your family. Wish I could share it with you. The Wards and the Pearces all send their best wishes. Hugs and Kisses

    rhonda ward
  7. Thinking of you all on this most difficult of days & sending love. Saying a farewell to your Mother is a sad & hard thing to have to do. I viewed some of the funeral service today & the words spoken in tribute to Nancy were beautiful. My sincere condolences to both you Trish & David & all of your family members. Nancy is now in the arms of the angels. May she Rest In Peace. ♥️

    Glenda & Keith Cheney