Nancy Lynn (Bullett) Mallory, age 65, of Morgan St. in Pittsfield died Tuesday, July 27, 2021 in the comfort of her own home with her loving and devoted family at her side.
Nancy was born in Pittsfield on July 4, 1956 a daughter of Margaret Ann (Grady) Bullett and the late Donald J. Bullett. She was educated in the local schools and graduated from Taconic High School in 1974. Her greatest joy in life was raising her family and being a homemaker, but she also worked for the Stanley Club, Mold Masters and at Target throughout the years.
She was a lifelong member of Notre Dame and then St. Joesph's Church. She was an avid bowler, loved baseball and football, and she was truly the life of the party. There were countless birthday celebrations held over the years for Nancy that just so happened to be Fourth of July parties as well. She loved music and dancing and was the easiest person to talk to. She was the kindest and strongest person in any room.
Her family was her priority, and as grandchildren started to bless the Mallory family, her role as the best Nana came effortlessly.
Nancy married William J. Mallory on August 13, 1983 and together they would have celebrated 38 years of marriage next month.
In addition to her husband, Nancy is survived by two daughters, Nicole Hamill and Lisa (Mateus) Rebello, all of Pittsfield, her mother, Margaret Ann Bullett of Pittsfield, her siblings, Teresa Bullett Conte (John) of RI, Thomas Bullett of Cheshire and David Bullett of CA. She also leaves her grandchildren, Ethan Hamill, Ricky Lee, Logan Rebello, Ciara Kickery and Vincent Oliveira Rebello, her nieces, Traci and Stephanie Bullett, Natasha and Marina Conte, Salina and Becca Mallory, her nephew, Martin Parks, her daughter Nicole's lifelong friend and caregiver, Casey Ivery-Mayotte, and her beloved dog Coconut.
She was predeceased by her father, Donald J. Bullett, her brother Robert Bullett and her baby girl, Kellie Mallory.
SERVICES: Friends are invited to join with Nancy's family on SATURDAY, July 31, 2021 from 3-6PM at the Devanny-Condron Funeral Home. Burial services will be private for the family. In keeping with Nancy's strong patriotism, the family will be wearing Red, White and Blue and welcomes anyone who visits with them to do so as well.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made payable to either the "Jimmy Fund" or "Hospice of Western and Central MA," an organization whose nurses and caretakers went above and beyond to help not only Nancy through the last few months, but her family as well. Donations may be mailed to the funeral home at 40 Maplewood Ave. Pittsfield, MA 01201
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