Nancy Wagner Thompson , 81, of Harrisburg passed away on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at home surrounded by her loving family.
She was born February 24, 1936 in Rowan County, a daughter of the late Victor Burton Wagner and Katie Fay Honbaier Wagner.
She worked as a secretary for the housing department at UNCC. Nancy was a member of Kerr Memorial Baptist Church. She was a certified hospice volunteer.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband William Tyler Thompson.
Left to cherish her memory is sons William Lee Thompson (Donna) of Honea Path, SC and Brad Thompson (Cindy) of Greenville, SC, daughters Vicki McClamrock (Randy) of Mooresville and Karen Morrison (Jay) of Concord, sister Carolyn Wagner of Salisbury, nine grandchildren Jessica Overcash, Anthony Thompson, Matthew McClamrock, Adam Thompson, Adair Thompson, Andrew Thompson, Katie Morrison, Jake Morrison and Ava Morrison, three great grandchildren Chloe Overcash, Callie Overcash and Wyatt McClamrock.
Pallbearers will be Charlie Noles, Charlie Bowling, Anthony Thompson, Adam Thompson, Andrew Thompson and Matthew McClamrock.
Visitation: 10:00- 11:00 AM Thursday, May 4, 2017 at Kerr Memorial Baptist Church, 25 Hwy.49 S., Concord, NC 28025.
Service: 11:00 AM Thursday May 4 at the church with Rev. Mike Johnston and Rev. Rodney Navey officiaiting.
Burial: 1:00 PM at Rowan Memorial Park, 4125 Franklin Community Center Road, Salisbury, NC 28144.
Memorials: Hospice of Cabarrus County, 5003 Hospice Lane, Kannapolis, NC 28081.
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Nancy will always hold a special place in the hearts of me, my children, my sister and my father, with whom she was close to for many years. She had such a sweet personality, and I enjoyed making her laugh. Time and circumstances as they have been, we didn't hear until this week.
I send to you, her family and to Nancy's spirit lots of love and affection. I am so very happy to have had her in my life while I did. I share in part, some of your sorrow. She will be missed very much.
Gina Sigmon Bryant
Daughter of Henry Sigmon
Submitted by Gina Sigmon Bryant on May 9 2017 07:01:25 PM
Grew up with Nancy in the village of Dukeville. Our parents were great friends and we spent a lot of time together. Such precious memories. Last time I saw her she was visiting her sister, Carolyn. She was a caring person. Lovely on the inside and out.
Submitted by Joyce Smith Poole on May 4 2017 09:09:16 PM
To Nancy's family and Carolyn. My heart is hurting for this family as I too know what it is to loose a mother. Our hope comes from the Lord and he will sustain and comfort you during this time. Claim his promises. He heals the broken hearted. I always loved your mom. She and your dad supplied a beautiful large bouquet of flowers when Jim and I married and I have never forgotten how precious that was. Loved them both. I'm praying for strength for each of you. Love and blessings to you all. Earlene Tarleton
Submitted by Earlene Tarleton on May 4 2017 03:18:13 PM
Ron Ayers lit a candle for Nancy Wagner Thompson
Ron Ayers lit a candle on May 4 2017 09:05:32 AM
Missing you so much Mom! So blessed you were my mom. Hug Dad for me! 💜
Submitted by Karen Morrison on May 3 2017 07:21:11 PM
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