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September 3, 1958 ~ December 5, 2023 (age 65) 65 Years Old
ORANGE- Dearly beloved wife of Reinhard Mirkovich, treasured daughter of surviving mother Ingeborg and sister of Dan Veskovic, Nadia was 65 years of age when she succumbed to diabetes and other complications on December 5, 2023.
Born to Serbian and German immigrant parents Milos (Mike) and Ingeborg (Inga) in Stoneham, Massachusetts on September 3, 1958, Nadia completed her preliminary education there and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Fitchburg State College on May 25, 2008 - despite a life-threatening cancer that she later survived.
Energetic, active and sociable, Nadia always engaged in support of family and friends. Of Nadia’s two brothers, Rajko and Danilo, only Danilo “Dan” survives and is currently living with his mother in Orange.
Nadia was a skilled bookkeeper and office manager for several different companies in California and Massachusetts; W.R. Grace, Simplex, Dunkin Donuts and others. With husband Reinhard’s encouragement, she left her job to spend more time with him and to be nearer her aging mother.
As a child and later with her husband, Nadia several times visited an uncle, two aunts and several cousins in Germany. She and Reinhard went on a honeymoon to his birthplace Vienna after their marriage on September 15, 2007, in the Cambridge Serbian Orthodox church.
Over the years, Nadia enjoyed several hobbies. She liked to bowl and occasionally joined friends for that activity in Gardner. Reinhard was a lifelong motorcycle enthusiast and Nadia rode with him on his Harley in the surrounding countryside. Eventually, Nadia obtained her own motorcycle license, but Nadia’s favorite pastime was using her “trusty” Stihl string trimmer to assist in landscaping her mom’s residence and woodland property.
Known by family and friends as a truly memorable, unique and very special person, Nadia was a smart, highly organized, sociable, completely reliable, punctual, honest, generous, helpful, caregiving and loving soul. She will always be remembered as a precious jewel by family and everyone who knew her. Words cannot express our tremendous loss and sorrow.
Guest book online at WWW.WITTYFUNERALHOME.COM
A calling hour will be held on Thursday, December 14, 2023 from 1-2 p.m. followed by internment in South Cemetery, Orange.
Witty's Funeral Home, 158 South Main Street, Orange, is assisting the family.