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Nancy Johnston Died: Mulford of Skillman Dies Aged 85



Nancy Johnston Died: Mulford of Skillman dies at 85. We are sorry to report the sad passing of Nancy Johnston Mulford, Skillman. She has left behind a devastated family.

Yes, Nancy Johnston Mulford has passed away at 85. On Saturday, January 14, 2023, the news of Nancy Johnston Mulford’s death was announced on social media.

Her knowns have paid tributes to Nancy Johnston and sent their deepest condolences to her family. It’s hard to believe Nancy Johnston has passed away.

Many are trying to find out the cause of Nancy Johnston’s death. We will share all details.

According to sources, her death was announced on January 14, 2023. However, sources reveal that Nancy Johnston died at Stonebridge at Montgomery on January 12, 2023.

Officially, her cause of death was also disclosed. According to reports, Nancy suffered a long battle against Alzheimer’s disease. The disease eventually led to her death.

At the time she died, she was 85 years old. She was married to The Rev. David E. Mulford.

Nancy Johnston died: What happened to her?

Nancy Johnston Died

Nancy Johnston was born in Oak Park, Illinois on October 28, 1937. Gladys Semple Johnston was her mother.

Nancy graduated from Park College in Parkville and Amundson High School, Chicago, respectively. She also attended the International Christian University in her junior years, and then McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago.

Later she was married to The Rev. In 1961, David E. Mulford was her husband. They lived together in Albany, New York. David E. Mulford was the pastor in many churches.

They moved to Stonebridge, Montgomery after David E. Mulford retired in 2006. We are happy to inform you that Nancy Johnston Mulford was still a part many communities.

During her time in Chatham Township, she was an active member of American Field Service, and served as an area representative.

Nancy was surrounded by her family, including her husband David and son Stephen Mulford. She was also survived by Ann and Dr. David Youmans, her grandchildren Carey, Ammar Shallal and Avery, Andrew Sellers of Lusaka and Nicholas Youmans. Michael Collins was her partner.

The family has agreed to share the memorial services, which will take place at 2 pm on Tuesday, January 24, at Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street in Princeton.

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