Brevard Memorial Funeral Home

5475 North Us Highway 1, Cocoa, FL


Nancy Elizabeth Willoughby

17 agosto , 19332 noviembre , 2019

Nancy Willoughby was born on August 17, 1933 to Joe Henry Hall Sr. and Pearl Annie Booker Hall in Toast, NC. She passed peacefully on November 2, 2019 in Cocoa, FL at 86 years of age.

Nancy married J.C Willoughby and welcomed 2 children, Lisa and Jeff. Nancy and J.C moved from Myrtle Beach, SC to Cocoa, which was their home for 60 years.

Nancy was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, J.C. Willoughby and siblings; J.H. Hall Jr, James Norris Hall, Mary Sue Lambert, Jack Hall, and Peggy Hall.

She is survived by her daughter, Lisa (Mike) Ballard, son, Jeff Willoughby and grandson, Justin Willoughby; children, Barry (Linda) Willoughby, Joyce Nordyke; grandchildren, Kim, Greg (Jennifer), Pam, Sara, Jackie and 8 great-grandchildren.

She is also survived by her siblings; David Lee (Rose) Hall, Annie Kay (Bill) Ring and Donald (MaryAnn) Hall, Sister-in-law, Hortense Hall and many special nieces and nephews.

Nancy will be interred at Brevard Memorial Park in Cocoa, FL alongside her husband, J.C.


  • Graveside Service martes, 5 noviembre , 2019


Nancy Elizabeth Willoughby


Lee Gabor- Murray

11 noviembre , 2019

Nancy was loved by everyone who ever met her. Her sweet smile and friendly personality was a joy to everyone. We worked together for many years and her work ethic could not be matched.
My thoughts and prayers are with this family at this time of sorrow.
Dear Nancy, Rest In Peace.

Carol Hammack

4 noviembre , 2019

It was such a sad surprise to see this today. I worked with Nancy at Florida Today for more years than I can remember. She was one of the nicest, most caring people I've ever had the pleasure of working with. Nancy worked at the front desk and switchboard, where she always greeted visitors and employees with kindness and that sweet smile of hers. She was lovely.... and loved.

virginia bernard

4 noviembre , 2019

I was so saddened and shocked at the same time to hear of your passing, Nancy when you first came to our facility, you and I connected and I just fell in love with your sense of humor, and that beautiful smile. You always knew what to say to put a smile a smile on my face, I will miss you terribly. May you R.I.P.
Virginia Bernard-(Caregiver)