Nancy Elliott Cox

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Nancy Elliott Cox, a resident of Ohatchee for over 40 years, went to be with her Heavenly Father on February 3, 2016. She is preceded in death by her late husband, Albert K. Cox; her parents, William and Gertrude Elliott; sisters, Roberta Verbonitz, Roxie Talbert and Linda Moxley; brothers, Theodore Elliott and John Elliott. She is survived by her son, Wayne Cox; daughters, Tammy Propst, Betty Brown (Donald), Robin Cox and Sharon Johnson; grandchildren, Jenny Paige Cox, Lisa Abernathy, Matthew Brown (Katie), Kevin Felton, Jacob Propst, Bryan Propst, Leanne Propst, Alex Johnson, Joey Johnson and Danny Johnson; great-grandchildren, Aiden Abernathy, Brodie Abernathy, Annie Felton and Tobias Felton; sisters, Mary Kennedy, Maude Snyder (Carl), Barbara Yalch (Ronald) and Thelma Smith; a brother, David Elliott (Anne). Nancy chose a career in nursing because of her dedication to helping others. She retired from Noble Army Hospital at Ft. McClellan after 20 years of service. She was a member of Hillcrest Baptist Church. Nancy was a wonderful, loving and giving person throughout her entire life. Even in her death she continues to give. She has made a generous donation of her earthly body to UAB's Anatomical Donor Program. Because of her love of nursing, she wanted to make a contribution to the field of medical research and education. Adhering to Nancy's final wishes, the only service will be a private memorial held by her family members. Our Mother, our Mema, you will remain in our hearts forever. Your loving, giving spirit has been deeply instilled into all of us. Now, you will be the receiver of the precious gift of eternal life. "To Live in the Hearts of Others is Never to Die"
Published in The Anniston Star on Feb. 6, 2016