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Nancy CLAYTON

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CLAYTON, Foster Nancy Foster Jones Clayton, a native of Atlanta, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, August 22, 2013, in Weatherford, TX. Born to Elizabeth and Dr. Jack W. Jones in Atlanta, GA on December 13, 1929, Foster attended Washington Seminary and graduated from the University of Georgia. She married and moved to Texas in 1958 and raised her four children in Fort Worth. She worked at the Kimbell Art Museum for many years where she was at one point Registrar. She later moved to Weatherford where she resided for the past 26 years. Throughout her life, Foster was an avid reader, a frequent tennis player, an animal lover, and a continuous gardener, achieving her Master Gardener certification. She spent countless hours volunteering with the Fort Worth Nature Center, the Parker County Master Gardeners and served on the board of the Friends of the Weatherford Public Library. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother, a dear friend, and a dedicated volunteer. She will be missed by all. She will be interred at the Riverview Cemetery in Canton, GA. Foster is predeceased by an infant son, her daughter Fielding, and her sister Elizabeth Langmuir. She is survived by her children and their spouses Elizabeth and Hank Stringer, Jack and Patricia Clayton, and Margaret and Clint Shouse; her grandchildren Ryman and Jack Stringer, Sara and Adam Clayton, and Clay and Mary Shouse; her twin sister Rennie Davant and two nieces. Memorials may be made to Trinity Valley School, The Fielding Clayton Memorial Award; or the . Arrangements, Robertson Mueller Harper Funerals & Cremations Since 1881 Fifteen Hundred Eighth Avenue Fort Worth, Texas 76104 (817) 924-4233
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Sept. 8, 2013
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