Nancie MacCullough Weir
Published Author and Former Beacon Hill Times Columnist
Nancie M. Weir of Beacon Hill passed away on Thursday, March 11 of complications from heart failure. She was 87 years old at the time of her death.
She began her working career as a copy writer in the advertising business advancing to senior writing positions at McCann and finally BBDO, creating award winning ads for Revlon, Campbell Soups, Armstrong and other national and international accounts. She was also a published author, having two books published including Silver Spoons and Jade. She had a new book in manuscript form at the time of her death. She was also a former columnist for the Beacon Hill Times. She engaged in local volunteer work serving on the board of the Nichols House Museum.
She is survived by her husband, Christopher, a daughter, Christina of Los Angeles, a son, Noah of Somerville, two grandchildren from Cambridge, Max and Eva and their mother, Kimberly. She is also survived by three step grandchildren: Christopher, John and Kathryn, all of Pennsylvania and a niece, Maryellen Langhout of Chicago.
Services are private. J.S. Waterman-Langone Chapel, 580 Commercial St., Boston, MA is entrusted with her arrangements. For more information or to leave an online condolence, please visit www.watermanboston.com