Nancy Helene Davis Hendrix(1932 - 2018)

Nancy Helene Davis Hendrix Obituary
Born the only daughter of Martin and Erna Theilig in 1932, in Boston Massachusetts. She grew up enjoying the beach at Cape Cod, dancing at local social events and working with her mother in their victory garden. She was involved in girls athletics in high school, including field hockey, archery and snow skiing. She completed her studies and became a cosmetologist after high school.
She married her high school sweetheart, Richard "Dick" Davis. They had three sons, Rick, Roy and Bob. In the early fifties, the family moved to Montverde, Florida and owned and operated the Montverde Fishing Camp on Lake Apopka.
She was involved with the local Women's group through her church, participating in and hosting local events and charity activities. After moving closer to Clermont, she was involved with the local Garden Club, including judging flower show. She also was an active participant in her sons' school activities and field trips.
Nancy held jobs in local retail stores and doctor's offices. She was an active member of her Woodlands Lutheran Church community.
After the death of her husband, Dick, and later retiring, she enjoyed travel and being a beloved grandmother to her six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Nancy later married Clyde Hendrix, whom she met through the local Garden Club. They enjoyed gardening, traveling and socializing with a wide group of friends, both local and where they summered in North Carolina.
After Clyde's death, Nancy continued enjoying her activities with the Garden Club, AARP and playing cards with her circle of friends.
In her golden years, she was a resident of Brookdale Assisted Living, until her passing.
She is survived by her sons, Rick Davis and his wife Susan (Sebastian, FL) and Roy Davis and his wife Moira (Clermont, FL); her grandchildren, Adrienne Davis (Wichita, KS), Robert Davis (Jacksonville, FL), Matthew Davis (Casselberry, FL), Ian Davis (Clermont, FL), Kristi Lankford (Dallas, GA) and Kase Holmes (Casselberry, FL) and her great-grandchildren Wes, Logan, Jaeden, Kameron, Makayla and Makenzie.
Nancy is preceded in death by her first husband Richard Davis, her second husband Clyde Hendrix and youngest son, Robert Davis.
In lieu of flowers a donation may be made to the Woodlands Lutheran Church, 15333 County Rd. 455, Montverde, FL 34756
Published in The News Leader Group on July 17, 2018