Nancy Ruth Reid
Nancy Ruth Reid
  • July 20, 1935 - November 29, 2017
  • Coppell, Texas

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Nancy Ruth Reid, 82, of Coppell, Texas, passed away on November 29, 2017 in Grapevine, Texas surrounded by her loving family.

A Memorial Service was held at Rolling Oaks Funeral Home, 400 Freeport Parkway, Coppell, Texas 75019 on Sunday December 3rd, 2017 at 2:30pm.

Nancy was born in Brooklyn, New York to Ruth Hattie Rolls and William Fransisco on July 20, 1935. She graduated from Aransas Pass High School and Durham's Business College in Corpus Christi. She married William Ray Reid on June 19, 1954 in Aransas Pass, Texas. She was a secretary for Exxon and various other companies. She was also self employed as a caterer. She was involved in Eastern Star and Beta Sigma Phi. She was the church secretary for Wildwood Methodist Church and was a member of their choir and also the bell choir.

Nancy designed led a team in the creation and decoration of the city's largest cake for Midland, Texas' 100th anniversary.

Nancy is preceded in death by her mother, Ruth, father, Bob and younger sister, JoyceThompson.

Nancy is survived by her husband, William Ray Reid, her four daughters and their families; Linda and Gerald Sharp, Holly and Richard Bowden, Vicki and Rob Nichols, and Susan and Edward Baker. As well as her grandchildren, Christopher, Benjamin and Timothy Adams, Sarah Upshaw, Amanda Breaux, Jacob Rowe, Brandee Nichols, Dillon Nichols, and Aubrey Nichols, Savannah Eads, Jessica Denniston and Reid Baker. As well as her great-grandchildren, Sabina, Conner, Parker, Lillian, Malachi, Adele, Titus Adams and Gabriel Upshaw, Ava and Dylan Breaux, Elizabeth, Roxie and Finley Eads.

The family of Nancy wishes to extend their sincere thanks to the doctors and staff at Baylor Grapevine. The family want to thank her daughter and son-in-law, Susan and Edward Baker, for lovingly opening their hearts and home to care for Momma.