1926 Nancy 2016

Nancy Quattlebaum

March 24, 1926 — November 27, 2016

Nancy Elizabeth Quattlebaum was born March 24, 1926, in Greenville, TX, daughter of Clifton Carlisle Quattlebaum and Eula Kate Dial Quattlebaum. She died November 27, 2016 in Greenville.

She attended school in Greenville and Celeste school systems, graduating from Celeste in 1943.

Nancy was employed in Dallas by Burrus Mills for eight years in the payroll department. She moved to Austin, for a few years, where she worked as head cashier for Southern Union Gas Company. Returning to Dallas, she worked for Continental Telephone for 20 years, retiring June 1988. She held the position of manager of Longline Services, a Division of Circuit Engineers.

Her interest in Hunt County history, resulted in a request by Texas A & M university Archival Department to make a DVD program on "Living Through World War II in Hunt County Texas."

Nancy was a very knowledgeable, dedicated Volunteer at Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum for several years. She sponsored her Daddy and only brother, Clifton Carlisle Quattlebaum Jr., with memorial bricks honoring their Military Service at the Viewing Courtyard. She had the privilege of watching the larger than life statue being sculpted of Audie by Gordon Thomas.

All her adult life she had been interested in the McWright Cemetery Association, and for six consecutive years was Recording Secretary.

Nancy studied her Bible daily. She was a member of Highland Terrace Baptist Church.

Funeral Services will be held 2:00 pm, Thursday, December 1, 2016 at Peters Funeral Home Chapel, with Pastor John Paul Eslinger officiating. Interment will follow at McWright Cemetery with her nephews serving as Pallbearers. Visitation will be Thursday morning from 10:00am - 12:00 pm at Peters Funeral Home.

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