Nancy J. Perrin, age 92, formerly of Corning and Painted Post N.Y. died in Christ on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at the Steuben County Health Care Facility, Bath N.Y. \n\n\nNancy was born on November 25, 1921 in Buffalo, N.Y. to Paul and Rosalind (Bagnall) Jackson. She married Richard Perrin, of Corning, on December 16, 1944 in Buffalo and was predeceased by him on August 24, 2007. Nancy received a bachelor's degree from Elmira College and was awarded a Masters of Library Science from Drexel University. Her professional librarian career began in Rochester N.Y. and then after several years as the Reference Librarian at the Corning Memorial Library; Pine Street, she held the directorship until it was closed and moved to the Nasser Civic Center. She retired from there as the Reference Librarian and volunteered for some time afterward.\n\n\nA sixty year member of the Corning Clionian Circle, Nancy was also a member of the American Association of University Women and the Elmira College Alumni Association and was a literacy volunteer. She became an avid reader as a child and at the encouragement of her maternal grandmother decided to become a librarian when she was twelve years old. Nancy enjoyed herb and flower gardening, and was a deeply devoted mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She had a strong personal faith in Jesus and was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church in Corning.\n\nNancy is survived by her daughters, Jennifer Siple of Philadelphia, PA and Suzanne (August) Pfister of West Chester Ohio; her sons, Richard Perrin, II of Akron, OH. And Jeffrey Perrin of South Hamilton, Ma; grandchildren Erica (Brett) Altschul, Andrew Pfister, Jason Siple, and Jennifer L. (Joseph) Gambardello; nephew Joseph Jackson; sister-in-law, Francis Jackson, and four great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her brother Paul Jackson, II.\n\n\nA public memorial service will be held 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 26TH at the First Presbyterian Church of Corning with Reverend James Moore officiating. The meditation will be provided by Jeffrey Perrin. \n\n\nNancy's final resting place will be in the church's memorial garden columbarium. Memorial gifts may be made in Nancy's name to the Elmira College Scholarship fund, the Corning First Presbyterian Church, or the Southeast Steuben County Library Memorial Book fund.\n\n\nNancy's family entrusted her care to Haughey Funeral Home, Inc.