Nan-Pye-Obituary

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Nan H. Pye

Houston, Texas

1932 - 2017

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Nan Hische Pye

1932 -2017

 

Nan Hische Pye, age 85, died December 29, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Nan was born on September 14, 1932 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Her family later moved to Galveston where she graduated from Ball High School in 1949. At the age of 18, she married Ebb...

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Dear Ebb and family, Nan was a very special friend to so many people including me. She had an effortless way of reaching out to people with kindness and generosity. We met through Deerfield tennis and for years she moved me to a wildflower car trip, museum exhibits, movie matinees, greenbelt walks and countless outings with our beloved
D.A.M.N. Ladies group (De Andrea Mary Nan), always taking us to unique eateries around Houston. As gritty and direct as Nan could be, she had a loving...

Oh Nan, how we loved you. Our. Tennis group called the D.A.M N ladies for De, Andrea, Mary and Nan, our leader. - close enough to be family. We can see you and Mary hand in hand on the tennis court in heaven.

Prayers and blessings to Ebb and your growing family as they celebrate your life. "Till we meet again" we will carry you in our hearts, De

Dear Ebb,

We thank you for including us among your friends and send our condolences to your family. Nan has always been the strong supporter of the many adventures you two have shared. We remember her dearly.

Love, Wulf and Georgeann

Thoughts and prayers are with all at this time. I am sure Nan will play some tennis. I enjoyed playing with her on the tennis team for years. Diana Chernick

We extend our condolences to Ebb and family.

I am so sorry to hear about Nan's passing. I enjoyed knowing and working with Nan on the Jackrabbit Tennis League Board, Prayers and condolence to her Family and friends.
Nettie Kuykendall

OH MY NAN WE HAVE GONE THRU SO MUCH AS FRIENDS AT BALL HIGH . MARRIED 2 DAYS APART IN 1951 THE LUNCH BUNCH FOR MANY YEARS AND SO MANY GOOD YEARS WE HAVE LOST MOST OF OUR FRIENDS. MAY WE MEET AGAIN WHEN THE LORD MAKES THE DECISION LOVE TOO EBB.

Our deepest condolences to Ebb and his family.
Nan was a powerful force on this earth, never shy to express her opinion or zing you with her quick wit. A name, a date, an A&M football play from 40 years ago, Nan knew it all! Her vitality energized us with love, laughter and loyalty.
Our dear, dear friend will be greatly missed and never forgotten.