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Date of Birth: January 29, 1931

Date of Death: March 11, 2021

December 29, 1951, Nan married Richard “Dick” D. Globensky, at St. James Episcopal Church, Albion MI. Nan joined the staff of Sheldon Memorial/Albion Community Hospital, retiring 35 years later as Director of Material Management. In 1995, Dick and Nan purchased a home and relocated to Phoenix, AZ where they lived until her beloved husband passed on March 26,1997. She married Myron “Sig” Sigaty February 18, 2000 and they lived in Rio Verde, AZ. ‘ Nan was a longtime member of St. James Episcopal Church, Albion MI. She was a member of the Diocese of Western Michigan Episcopal Church Youth Council over 20 years, serving as a Camp Counselor for 18 years. She served on the Western Michigan Episcopalian Cursillo Executive Council five years. Nan became a Daughter of the King in 1976 as a charter member of the Mary Magdalen Chapter, Albion MI and a member of the All Saints Chapter, Phoenix AZ Nan was elected the Albion Business and Professional Woman of the year in 1981. Was on the Albion Festival of the Forks steering committee chairing the 15th Festival. Elected as Life Member of the American Hospital Purchasing Management Association and served on their National Board. She served as President of the Michigan Association of Hospital Material Managers and was elected a Life Member. Nan was a member of the Albion E.L.T. Club, Hannah Tracy Grant chapter, Charter Founding member of Four Peaks chapter, associate member of the Camelback chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, United States Daughters of 1812, the National Society of the Dames of the Court of Honor and the Society of Colonial Dames of America.

Service Information

As requested, Nan has been cremated and her cremains will be placed in the columbarium at St James Episcopal, Albion MI at a later date. A memorial service will be held in Phoenix, AZ at a later date.

Contributions

In lieu of flowers please give to a charity of your choice in Nan’s honor.