Rebekah Ann Nicarry

Rebekah, age 42, lived in West Grove, PA for most of her life. She was a beloved daughter of Thomas and Phyllis Nicarry, and sister to Andrea, Anthony, Adrian, and Benjamin. Rebekah was preceded in death by her mother, Phyllis and her brother, Adrian. She dearly loved all her family.
Rebekah fought diabetes her whole life, and sadly in 2009 she found out that her kidneys were no longer functioning. This required her to undergo dialysis until, in October 2010, her cousin Kristen Nicarry Salter lovingly donated one of her kidneys to Rebekah. The transplant provided her with several years of relief, but unfortunately, she lost her battle on January 11, 2021.
She graduated from Avon Grove High School in 1997, and then attended Lincoln University to pursue her goal of becoming a teacher. After graduation she worked at Kendal-Crosslands in the Human Resources department. She also cleaned offices, and did landscaping, but most of all she was a caregiver. She loved her work as a caregiver and continued doing this for as long as she was physically able, even volunteering to sit with elderly family members of several friends in the congregation. Despite her poor health, she loved to care for others, preparing many meals, which she really enjoyed doing.
She had a great love for animals, and her favorite were birds. She had several ducks and chickens that she named after her family and friends. She was very creative, and loved to paint, to craft, and make greeting cards, which she generously shared with her many friends.
The love she had for her family, friends, and animals, was only surpassed by her love for her Creator, Jehovah God. This love moved her to dedicate her life to him and she was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses on May 9, 2004. As her love for Jehovah and people grew stronger, she became a regular pioneer, devoting more time to the ministry. Her love motivated her to talk to everyone she could about the hope of a better life in the new world, where sickness will be no more. As her health declined, she took advantage of the opportunity she had to preach to all the medical professionals and patients she met while receiving her treatments.
Rebekah always kept a smile on her face no matter how she was feeling. She loved to entertain the friends in the congregation by organizing gatherings of all kinds—to share a meal, to play games, to go on train rides, to visit museums, you name it.
You are warmly invited to the memorial for Rebekah Nicarry on January 30, 2021. A slide show presentation will begin at 2:30pm, and the discourse at 3pm.
Zoom Code: 895 2022 5083
Passcode: 751601
The Call-In number: (312) 626-6799
If possible, when signing into Zoom, please include your name so the family can have a record of your attendance. Thank you.

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