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May 24, 1934 - August 9, 2022

NANCY LEE COTTON LINDSAY was born on May 24, 1934 in Houston, Texas and ended her earthly journey on August 9. 2022. Nancy grew up in Greenville, Dallas and Borger, Texas. She attended Borger High School and Southern Methodist University. Nancy and E.H. “Buddy” Lindsay were married in November of 1955 in Farmers Branch, Texas where they raised a family and lived until 1986 before moving to Argyle and then Denton. Nancy returned to Farmers Branch in 2009. She was a charter member of the Farmers Branch Historical Park Board and a member of the Farmers Branch Women’s Club. She enjoyed attending church wherever she lived; First Baptist Farmers Branch, First Baptist Argyle, and First Baptist Collinsville. She lived a life of assured of God’s salvation and often professed her Christian faith.

Nancy was proceeded in death by her husband “Buddy” Lindsay and is survived by daughter and son-in-law Sheridan and Peter Stringer; daughter and son-in-law Tammy and Mike Holloway; son David Lindsay; three grandchildren, McCallan Melinger (Jacob), Daniel Stringer, Luke Stringer and two great grandchildren Ray and Cy Melinger. Nancy is also survived by two loving sisters Maggie Ford of Houston, Texas and Elvin Mathis of Spring, Texas many nieces and nephews and cherished friendships. A proud matriarch, Nancy was the life of every family gathering and will surely be remembered with many smiles and so much love.

A service honoring Nancy’s life will be held on Monday, August 15, 2022 at 11:30AM at First Baptist Farmers Branch, 13017 William Dodson Pkwy with Pastor Jordon Whittington officiating. Private burial at DFW National Cemetery.


Twalla Brown says:

Nancy was a friend of mine for 31 years an I am going to miss her soooo much.I do have memories of all the fun times we had together through the years. Praise God, she’s with her Lord an Savior an her loving husband, Buddy.. praying for the family 💕🙏🏻💕🙏🏻

Terry &Lori Jones says:

We are very sorry about Nancy and sad that we will not be able to make her service. LaRue will definitely miss talking to “her Best Friend”, on their weekly/bi-weekly calls. She will always cherish their bond of friendship (since High School), as will we, and I know the many stories will continue. They were definitely blessed to continue their close friendship ALL these years and it was so admired by us. Sending our Love and Prayers for you all.🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️

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