LOUISIANA NANCE OBITS
Baton Rouge Louisiana HELEN ODEAL NANCE,
Died 3:15 p.m. Thursday, April 9, 1992, at Earl K. Long Medical Center. She was 42, a native and resident of Baton Rouge.
She was a Christian Academy Day Care worker. Visiting at Armstrong-Mackey Funeral Home, 1576 Robin Street, 8 to 11 p.m. Tuesday.
Religious services at Bethany World Prayer Center at 11 a.m. Wednesday, conducted by the Rev. Jake Benton.
Burial in Bethany World Prayer Center Memorial Park. Survived by former husband, Robert Nance; a daughter,
Cotrina Jarvis; three sons, Akiva, DeVornon and Aldrin; two sisters, Mary Jones and Deborah Jones; three brothers,
Warren Otis Jones, Henderson Jones Jr. (her twin), and Patrick Jones; parents, Henderson Oneal Jones and
Warren Odessa Jones; and godson, Mario John Jones. Preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Louella and the Rev.
Dave Jones; maternal grandparents, Lesther Camille and Lorenza Campbell.
Obituaries for Orleans Parish LA
Nance - Harry Joseph Nance, Jr
. died on Friday, January 3, 2003 at the VA
Medical Center. Son of the late Harry J. Nance, Sr
. and Jesse Saulsby Nance.
Former husband of Althea M. Johnson. Father of Carmen N. Howse, Janice,
Harry J. 'Tracy', III, Jamael A. 'Sandra', Khadija, Syeeda, Hakim S.
'Noela', Nadir, and Rahmaan M. 'Tricia' Nance, Latifa N. 'Carlos' Martinez,
Nefertiti N. 'Kevin' Zeno, and Khalillah A. 'Jeff' Bradshaw and the late
Kevin M. Nance. Stepfather of Devonia M. Carriere. Brother of Harold C.
'Irma' Nance, Gloria N. Augustus, the late Melvin, Clarence, Juanita, Marva
and Maureen Nance. Also survived by 38 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren,
many nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Relatives and
friends of the family, also members of Zion Travelers 2nd and Little Zion
Baptist Churches, From the Heart Ministries of Richmond, VA, Masjidul-Quran,
Birmingham, AL, Musicians Union Local 174-496 and employees of Olivier's
Restaurant, Hibernia Bank and Rite-Aid are invited to attend the Funeral
Services from Boissiere-Labat Family Funeral Services, 1703 N. Claiborne
Ave. at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, January 10, 2003. Rev. William Robinson -
officiating. Interment at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Visitation at the Funeral
Home from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. BOISSIERE-LABAT FAMILY FUNERAL SERVICES
1703 N. Claiborne Ave.NOLA 70116, 944-4958 www.familyfuneralservices.org
Times Picayune 01-09-2003
la rapides parish LA NANCE, MARK
Alexandria Town Talk, 27 August 2000.
Services in Leesville Full Gospel Church with burial in the church
cemetery. Nance, 40, of Leesville died Friday, Aug. 25, 2000, in
Byrd Regional Hospital.
He was a native of Orange, Texas. He was a longtime resident of
Leesville and was employed with Gandy Tie and Lumber as a
forester/timber buyer. He was a member of the Louisiana Forestry
Association, the Leesville Full Gospel Church. He was preceded
in death by sister, Vicki Ennis.
Survivors: wife, Rene' Nance of Leesville; son, Marcus Tanner
Nance of Leesville; daughter, Ashley Renee Nance of Leesville;
parents, Cliff and Jean Nance of Leesville; brother, Dan Nance
of Leesville; sister, Marilyn Oden of Leesville.
From: May 20, 1948 Winn Parish Enterprise
Death Claims Mrs. John Nance
Of Calvin May 15
Mrs. John Nance
, 61 years, five months, and 11 days, died at her home near
Calvin Saturday, May 15, 1948 after a long illness. Funeral services were
conducted at the Sanders Chapel Methodist Church near Calvin Sunday afternoon
with the Rev. Fred Flurry and Rev. F. M. York officiating. Burial was in the
Acting as pallbearers were Henry Wilson, Robins Carter, Webb Hodges, Murl
Rhymes, G. H. Walker, and Whewell Maxey.
Before her marriage to Mr. Nance she was Miss Etta Grissom, a native of Winn
Surviving are her husband of Calvin; one sister, Mrs. W. W. Trainer of
Beaumont; two brothers, Ed Grissom, DeRidder; Jack Grissom, Ben, Oregon; one
stepdaugther, Mrs. E. K. Carter, Calvin; one stepson, Ezra Vance, Wasco,
From: December 18, 1969 Winn Parish Enterprise News-American
John L. Nance
, 87, Succumbs; Rites Tuesday
John L. Nance
, 87, of Calvin, died at 12:20 a.m. Saturday in a Winnfield
He was a member of the Sanders Methodist Church.
Survivors include one son, John E. Nance of Delano, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs.
E. K. Carter of Calvin and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in Sanders Methodist
Church with Rev. Shaw and Rev. Leonard Free officiating. Interment was in the
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