Nancy Kay Muenchow, age 75

of Quincy

Nancy Kay Muenchow, age 75

Nancy Kay Muenchow, age 75, of Quincy, formerly of Meriden, Conn., died peacefully, Saturday, March 16, 2024 in the comfort of her home.

Nancy was born and raised in Meriden, Connecticut, and was a graduate of Maloney High School, Class of 1967. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in medical technology from Quinnipiac University in 1971. She had lived in Quincy for twenty-three years.

She was employed in the healthcare industry as a medical technologist in the Boston area for many years.

Nancy was a cat lover and enjoyed flowers and gardening. She was also a gourmet cook and loved entertaining.

Beloved daughter of the late Rennock and Evelyn (Velske) Muenchow.

Loving sister of Carol Paugas of Hamden, Conn., and Richard Muenchow of Rocky Hill, Conn.

Dear aunt of Jeremy Paugas, Janelle Margolies, and the late Jason Paugas.

At the request of the family, services were private.

For those who wish, donations in Nancy’s memory may be made to the Scituate Animal Shelter of Massachusetts, 780 Chief Justice Cushing Highway, Scituate, MA 02066.


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  • Rest in peace Nancy 🙏

  • Nancy, hope you are at peace wherever you are. I was blessed to have you as my neighbor since I moved next door in February of 2007. Being in God’s country (Hough’s Neck, Quincy MA) – I adored your love for taking photographs of the ever changing and always beautiful sunsets with your old school disposable Kodak cameras. And your beautiful garden inspired me to start working on my rose garden as well. I remember the days when Gussy and Sparkle where in their respective windows when I used to come back from work and we would exchange our evening hellos – me from my car pulling in my garage and you watching TV by the open window. I can go on and on. The amazing Storm Nemo I think in 2015 or 16 when me and my mom had nothing to make tea or breakfast as our stove is electric and we lost power for a 5 days and stranded on the peninsula with Sea St flooded. We used your gas stove to make tea and breakfast. Our Thanksgiving dinners, our beautiful Christmases, the 4th of July Fireworks…. Memories will always remain, and so will you, in all of our hearts. Lots of Love – Vic, Mom & Dad!

  • Rest in Peace Nancy.