Ndinaani “Ndina” Zano of Dracut, MA
Ndinaani (Ndina) Zano, of Dracut, MA, formerly of Gutu, Zimbabwe died peacefully on Saturday, March 24 at Lowell General Hospital at the age of 46. Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 31 from 9am to 10:30am immediately followed by a service until 1pm. Both will be held at Dolan Funeral Home, 106 Middlesex St., Chelmsford, MA. A celebration of life lunch reception will be held at 1:30pm at North Chelmsford Congregational Church hall located at 15 Princeton St, North Chelmsford, MA. Burial will be at Glen Forest Cemetery, Goromonzi, Zimbabwe (date and time to be announced).
Ndina was born on April 7, 1971 in Gutu, Zimbabwe to Nyaradzo Mutune-Zano and the late Lovemore Zano. She is survived by her daughter Cleopatra Chivero of Harare, Zimbabwe; two sisters, Evelyn and Musara Zano of Gutu; her uncle, Ringisai Zano of Gutu; her cousin brother Samuel Zano and his wife Bessie Tsimba-Zano of Dracut and many nieces and nephews.
Ndina attended several schools in Gutu and Glenview Zimbabwe and upon completion she became a self-employed business woman. In 2000 she moved to the United States and began her career in human services. Ndina loved and took pride in her work as a home health and child care provider for 18 years. Not only did Ndina love serving others, she also devoted her life to serving in the house of The Lord. She was an Elder at her beloved church, Cross of Light Ministry in Worcester, MA where she enjoyed preaching the Gospel. Ndina attended Faith School of Supernatural Ministry in Pepperell, MA where she earned a certificate in Leadership in 2016. Ndina was also actively involved in various faith based ministries, organizations and/or associations. Ndina loved shopping, singing, reading about the history of church revivals but her greatest joy was interceding for her loved ones.
Memorial donations can be made directly to Samuel Zano and Bessie Tsimba-Zano.