September 28, 1946 ~ March 25, 2022
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas
Mrs. Nancy E. Crockett went home to be with the Lord March 25th 2022
Nancy Ellen Crockett was born in Charleston, West Virginia on September 28th, 1946 to Thurman and Ernestine Townsend. She graduated from Charleston High school in 1964 and continued her education as a Certified Medical Assistant. She spent most of her life as a homemaker, eagerly tending to her children, Michael Allen Crockett and Michelle Lynn McHone and her devoted husband Ronald Crockett. Ron and Nancy were married on July 28, 1968 and they soon welcomed their daughter Michelle in 1969. They then welcomed their son Michael in 1975. The family relocated from West Virginia to Richardson, Texas, a suburb of Dallas in 1979.
Nancy was known for her beautiful smile, wry sense of humor and her inquisitive nature. She was always on a quest for knowledge, asked questions about everything one was doing and why they were doing it. Nancy was a homemaker, recital attendee, Friday Night Football cheerer who never missed a play or performance for either of her kids. She used her sweet sense of humor to brighten the world of the people around her. Nancy loved people and never met a stranger and people loved her back.
Nancy is survived by her loving husband of 54 years, Ronald Crockett of Converse, Texas; son Michael Crockett and his wife Brandi; grandsons Justen, A1C Wesley and wife Lauryn , Parker and granddaughter Payton of La Vernia, TX; daughter Michelle McHone of Frisco, TX; grandson Ssgt. Ryan McHone of Luke AFB, AZ and granddaughter Eryn McHone of Frisco, TX. In addition, she is survived by her sister Vicki Moore (Jeff, Megan) of Charleston, West Virginia; her brother Tom Townsend (Teresa, Lauren) and brother in law Everett Lane Crockett and wife Karen, as well as extended family and friends. She was preceded in death by her granddaughter Kassandra Voulis, her parents and parents in law. She leaves behind her beloved best girl Lucy.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Humane Society in her name.