Nancy Soule Rice Plummer

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Nancy Soule Rice Plummer 77, wife of Paul Plummer of 64 Ardmore St., Hamden, passed away at her home Sun., Nov.16, 2003 with her family and friends by her bedside. Mother of Marjorie Roy of Studio City, CA and Peter Rice of Chebeague Island, ME, grandmother of Jonathan Roy of Hamden, great-grandmother of Brittany Roy and Fulton Rice, sister of, Marjorie E. Rice of Chebeague Island, ME and Maurice (Sonny) Rice of Conway, TX. She was born in Rumford, ME, April 4, 1926, a daughter of the late Stanley and Elizabeth Brown Rice. She was a graduate of Mass. College of Art and received her master's degree at Southern Conn. State University. She was an art teacher at Sheridan School, New Haven and a guidance counselor at Baldwin Middle School in Guilford. Friends may call at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden, Tuesday, Nov. 18 from 5-8 p.m. Funeral service will be private. Friends are invited to return to the family home at 64 Ardmore St. Hamden following the viewing.

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  1. Dear Marjorie, It was so sad to see your mother\’s obit today. I recognized that beautiful face immediately! I\’ll pray for Nancy and your entire family. Take good care. Sincerely, Susan Rumbin DeCrosta PS: Hope you remember me

  2. Hello – my deepest regrests to your family. At Baldwin, I was a confused kid on the \’borderline\’, as they say. I and my family have always credited Mrs Plummer\’s caring and kindness (and perseverance)in my finding the better road. She was a beautiful person. God bless.

  3. My deepest sympathy to all of you as you mourn the passing of Nancy. I taught with her many years ago at Baldwin Middle School in Guilford. She was one of the most kind and caring individuals that I have had the pleasure of knowing.

  4. Nancy, Sweet, gentle, and kind. Beautiful Joyful Playful Comfortable with herslf and others Always there – Offering encouragement Helping us to stretch. Nancy, A colleague and a friend. I will carry with me always the memory of Her soft laugh, her warm smile, And the pleasure of her company.

  5. Please accept my sympathy and prayers on the passing of Nancy. We knew each other several years ago when we were both members of International Toastmistress Club. I remember her as an intelligent, witty, lovely woman.

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