Nae Il McGee

February 13, 1935 - May 9, 2022
Nae Il McGee

Nae Il McGee passed away at home Monday, May 9, 2022 from the long term effects and complications of her 17 year battle with colon cancer. Her loving husband was at her side. Nae was born on February 13, 1935 in Seoul, South Korea. After surviving the Korean War, she came to the United States in 1965, and promptly became a naturalized citizen. She was very proud of her American citizenship and was a true patriot. Old timers in Hampton, will remember her as the night manager and hostess at the Hampton Yacht Club. Nae was a beautiful lady with a beautiful heart. She loved all her friends, their children and grandchildren. Nae was a certified Master Gardener and loved tending to her flowers and yard projects. She was also a skilled seamstress, a superb cook and hostess, a great artist and even designed the house that she and her husband lived in for many years. She could do anything.  

 

Nae is survived by her devoted husband of 41 years, retired Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Frank McGee., her son Jae Logan, loving daughter Kae Si and husband Stanley Brzozowski, stepson Michael and wife Karen McGee, grandson Bryan Fleming and step-grandson Jared McGee. Brother-in-law Daniel and wife Elisabeth McGee, sisters-in-law Kathleen, Eileen and Ann.  A gathering of friends and family to memorialize Nae is planned for a later date.

 

The McGee family wishes to recognize the compassionate care and love given to Nae by the Riverside Hospice nursing team and supporting staff thus enabling her fulfill her desire to remain at home for her final days.

 


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  • May 20, 2022
    KaeSi Brzozowski says:
    I am so blessed to have had you for a mother, and that we got to share our last Mother’s Day together. It will be a memory I will carry with me until we are together again. My heart aches so much. The only relief comes from knowing that your pain and suffering has come to a end. I know in my heart you made it to your mother and will watch over our family as the angel you are. You will be missed so much. Love you forever and always mom.

  • May 21, 2022
    Shannon Lavender says:
    My deepest condolences to the family. I’ve been a customer of your mother/wife for 20+ years. She was one of the kindest souls I’ve ever met. I could be in a store and she would come up and hug me. She was one of a kind and will forever be missed.

  • May 26, 2022
    Rosa and Gary Lohr says:
    We were happy to have had the chance to know Nae, and she indeed was a wonderful hostess and excellent cook. She was so attentive to detail when taking care of guests, it left a wonderful impression on us. We are so sorry for your loss.

  • May 27, 2022
    Unha Mun Bradshaw says:
    I was very blessed to have had Nae call me her best friend for thirty-three years. Since my husband, Joel, served in the Air Force for 30 years, we moved every two to four years. I met Nae for the first time when Joel was stationed at Langley Air Force Base in 1988. We became very good friends right away because we had a lot of things in common. Nae and I believed in hard work, supporting our family, improving where we live, and enjoying our family and friends. As time went by, we visited and kept up with each other all over the place, even Alaska. Frank and Nae visited and supported our family through good times and sad times. Nae showed her love with cards and gifts to Joel and me, our children and grandchildren. When we were together with Nae, she devoted her entire time to us. She listened closely to what we said, and she would give her advice or opinion as she thought necessary, especially about home decorating and remodeling. Nae was very frugal, but she knew how to live with elegance. She cooked gourmet food and wore fine clothing and elegant jewelry, but she also shared it with others. Nae was a true friend to me and like a real sister. We are sad to say goodbye to Nae, but we know she is in a better place and no longer suffering from many years of sickness and pain. I thank God for Nae being such a loyal and loving friend to me and my entire family. We also thank Frank for his dedication to Nae and his friendship to us.

  • May 31, 2022
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