EAPA Member Milestones
Along with family and friends, Long Island EAPA, the treatment field, and much of the recovery community mourn the passing of our beloved Nancy Stock. Nancy was a good friend, and a dedicated member of our chapter.
Nancy was born in 1956 on Long Island, attended Plainedge High School in North Massapequa, and Adelphi University. She worked for Verizon for thirty years as central switch technician and shop steward, training as an EA professional for CWA 1104 under our own Ed Connelly. During that time she became a determined and outspoken advocate for Labor, attending conferences and serving as liaison to EAPA. Nancy’s proudest achievement was thirty years of recovery. A zealous power of example of sober living and service, Nancy endeared all who knew her with her energy and sense of humor.
Nancy retired in 2010 for health reasons, won in a battle with Leukemia, and succumbed to a rare brain disease on March 8 of this year. She is survived by her partner, Tina Warner, her mother, Joan Stock, a brother,D. J., and a sister, Barbara Kutner.
The EAPA Member Milestones section is available for the posting of accomplishments, awards, recognitions, etc. earned by members. We will also publish obituary information for members and former members. Postings should highlight the member’s employee assistance career and involvement with EAPA. Postings should be no longer than 500 words and will be on the site for a period of up to 90 days, listed in reverse chronological order. EAPA reserves the right to edit postings. Postings should be submitted to the web editor.