Phyllis Nagy

Phyllis P. Nagy

1946 - 2020

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Obituary of Phyllis P. Nagy

November 26, 1946 – July 7, 2020

Phyllis P. Nagy. Age 73 of Trenton.

Beloved wife of Patrick Nagy.  Loving mother of Patrick (Mary) Nagy Jr. and Doug (Tina) Nagy.  Dearest grandmother of Justine Nagy, Jake Nagy and Lindsey Nagy.  Dear sister of Richard (Darlene) Martin and Patricia (The Late Donald) Gazie.  Also survived by many numerous nieces and nephews.

Family Tribute

Phyllis treated everyone like family. You weren’t just her friend, her sons’ friends, or her grandchildren’s friends. You were her family and she loved you.  

Phyllis had many other Loves too…

Real Estate – meeting new people, seeing different homes, and completing the deals. She worked as an agent for over 30 years.

Silver Lake – spending time at the cottage on the lake and owning a home in Mears. She enjoyed the scenery, the night drives stargazing and time spent with family and friends.

Dogs, Dogs, Dogs – owning them, sitting for them, or just playing with them. She had a dog most of her life and, when she could no longer take care of one herself, relied on her “Grand” Dogs for company.

Blazing 777’s & BINGO – when you couldn’t find her, you just needed to listen for the Bells going off on a Casino slot machine or a shout of “BINGO”! She sure was a numbers gal. She could play 50+ BINGO cards and still find numbers you missed on your cards (all without using markers!)

Scratch-Offs – these became her newfound love when it wasn’t possible or became too difficult to go out of the house.

Those who knew her would agree that she had many distinctive qualities:
She was SASSY – She always had a Comeback!

She could be BLUNT – She told it like it was!

She was very STUBBORN – If she did not want to do it…SHE WASN’T GOING TO!

Most of all, she wanted to be INDEPENDENT – She wanted to live in her OWN house, with NO help, and live life the way SHE WANTED!

As her illnesses started getting the best of her, she hated when she had to ask “Could you do me a favor?” and admit “I don’t feel up to Power.”

The last week of her life is a testament to these qualities. God waited for her…In Her Time and must have gotten an earful when He told her it was time to come Home.

You are Home now. Rest Pain Free in Peace and Comfort.


Cremation will take place at The On-Site Crematory located within the Molnar Funeral Homes - Brownstown Chapel.