Marron, former WGXC programmer, dies in Windham car accident
Former WGXC programmer Nancy Marron died in a car accident in Windham Oct. 3. Porcupine Soup reports that Marron, 63, and Cameron Marron, 36 and from Durham, were killed in a head-on crash when their car crossed into the eastbound lane on Route 23 and hit a truck driven by Shawn Smith, 34, of Ashland. Smith was taken to Albany Medical Center in a helicopter with injuries to his right leg. Marron hosted the "Social Graces" etiquette show on WGXC in 2014 and 2015, and was a certified etiquette instructor. Click here to play a brief excerpt from her show. Marron wrote on the WGXC webpage for her show, "I received my training in Atlanta, Georgia. I had my own business in Orange County, My shop was on Main street in Cornwall, NY. I taught from ages 5 to 95. I taught many students from McQuades, brownie troops, judges and their families. I offered private and group lessons. Most classes were in my shop although on the last lesson we would go out to a nice restaurant for a formal dinner." There is a service for her passing Oct. 16 in Cornwallville. Past episodes of "Social Graces" are available in the WGXC archives at wgxc.org.