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Nancy Pinholster

Nancy Pinholster

Veterans Funeral Care Nancy Pinholster

Nancy C. Pinholster, 80, of Tampa, and formerly St. Pete & Seminole, died November 22, 2001 at the James A. Haley VA Medical Center in Tampa. Born in Corpus Christi, Texas, she came to Tampa in 1941 from Daytona Beach for training at the Gorden Keller School of Nursing at Tampa General Hospital. She enlisted in the U.S. Army and was a Registered Nurse during WW2. She cared for the wounded soldiers and sailors as they returned from Normandy, the Battle of the Bulge and other battles in Europe. She is survived by her sons, Chris Pinholster, Belleair Beach, Fl, and Jeffrey D. Pinholster, Tampa, Fl and 2 granddaughters.

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  • Garry and Les Ne'Lant says:

    For all you did , Thank you and may you rest in peace !!

  • Cheri O'Neal RN says:

    Thank You for your special service to our country. May God Bless You and hold You safe in his loving arms.


    Dear Pinholster family, I am so sorry for the loss of your mom, we were neighbors years ago, my family lived on Euclid ave, you probably remember my brothers Hayden and Oneal, sisters Harriet, arlene, Cheryl. God be with you at this difficult time. Our prayers are with you. Debbie.

  • SIOUX says:

    Idon’t no u nancy but I read about u n u inspire me.
    I want 2 b a nurse in the army bt im only 15 so im jst tryin 2 find out how. I might learn from u.I want 2 help those who fight for our country, I want 2 be jst lyk u. sorry its in slang. lol. fnx 4 bein great! xxx

  • J. Doyle Pinholster says:

    Thanks for your your service to our country. Even though we have never met I’m certain we are related by marriage. You are definitely a credit to our small family.

  • alice says:

    To all this veterans of the ww2, my condoleances to all her familly..Thank you soo much to all that you have doing for us…

    the blog is for all the womens of the US army WW2

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