Nancy Elizabeth Thomas Harmon

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Nancy Elizabeth Thomas Harmon
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Nancy Elizabeth Thomas Harmon passed peacefully from this earth to her Heavenly home on the morning of Aug. 4, 2019. She was 77 years old.

Nancy chose to be cremated and did not want a funeral. Instead, she wanted everyone to have a party and celebrate her life. Following her wishes, there will be a celebration of life for Nancy at 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, 2019 in the Town Hall Room at the Clarion Pointe Hotel in Sulphur Springs. Please wear purple or leopard, since those were her favorite colors.

Nancy was born in McAllen, Texas on March 16, 1942, to Joseph P. and Leona Jones Thomas. She was a 1960 graduate of McAllen High School and attended business school. Nancy and her family moved to Sulphur Springs, Texas in 1972, where the family owned and operated Northeast Texas Oxygen. She also worked for Mike McNally DVM, Audley Moore Construction, Commercial Services and Save More Drug as a bookkeeper for many years.

Nancy loved gardening, plants, shopping, reading, eating out with her fellow “Wild Women” gang, visiting with the “Breezeway Broads” at her apartment complex and traveling. Nancy and her close friends, sister and cousins have traveled all over the United States, sharing good times, friendship and love.

Nancy is survived by her children and grandchildren: Tracy and Ragan Dennis, Travis and Brady Harmon, and Stacy, Rhandi Jo and Haley Harmon, all of Sulphur Springs. She is survived by her sister and brother-in-law, Jan and Clifford George of Florence, Texas, and her brother and sister-in-law, Joe P. and Sarah Thomas of McAllen, Texas. She has three great-grandchildren, three nephews and two nieces. She also leaves behind her extended family, Brent and Diane Glenn and Stephanie Bland, plus numerous friends who loved her dearly.

Nancy was preceded in death by her parents; infant sister, Bonnie; great-grandson, Sterling; and her beloved companion, Ozzie.

Donations can be made to the North Hopkins Scholarship Foundation or Wesley Methodist Church in Nancy’s memory.