OBITUARY

Nancy Dianne McClintic

Passed away on February 2, 2019

Nancy Dianne McClintic, age 72, passed away peacefully at Cornerstone Hospital of Round Rock, Texas on February 2, 2019 with her husband of 52 years, David, by her side.

Nancy was born on April 20, 1946 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to Jack and Eileen Brister. On September 24, 1966 she married David McClintic at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church in Downsview, Ontario, Canada. She met David while on vacation in San Antonio, Texas . After she returned to Toronto following vacation, the two corresponded by mail for two years.

Following their wedding, the couple moved to the Los Angeles area where David had taken a job. In 1972, they moved to Austin, Texas where David had taken a new job and remained there for the rest of her life. They had no children, but cherished their time with their nieces, nephews, 4 grand-nieces, and one grand-nephew.

Nancy was predeceased by Steven McClintic, David’s brother, on February 2, 2017. She was also predeceased by her parents, Jack and Eileen Brister, David’s parents, John and Wilma McClintic. Survivors include: David McClintic, husband; Marti Earnest, David’s sister; Michael Earnest, Marti’s husband; Rebecca McClintic, sister-in-law; Lisa Jeanis, niece; Alpha Jeanis, grand niece; Brian McClintic, nephew; Samuel McClintic, grand-nephew; Gregory McClintic, nephew; Chelsea McClintic, wife of Gregory; Adalyn McClintic, grand-niece; Shannon Lee, niece; Josh Lee, Shannon’s husband; Hannah Lee, grand niece; and Maci Lee, grand niece.

Services will be held on Monday, February 11 at Cook-Walden Chapel of the Hills Funeral Home, 9700 Anderson Mill Road, Austin 78750. Visitation: Sunday February 10 from 6 until 8 p.m. The McClintic family will be having coffee at the funeral home following the burial.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Center for Child Protection.org. Fond memories or expression of sympathy for the McClintic family may be left at www.cookwaldenchapelofthehills.com

  • FAMILY

  • David McClintic, Husband
  • Marti & Michael Earnest, Sister-in-law
  • Rebecca McClintic, Sister-in-law
  • Lisa Jeanis, Niece
  • Alpha Jeanis, Grand Niece
  • Brian McClintic, Nephew
  • Samuel McClintic, Grand Nephew
  • Gregory & Chelsea McClintic, Nephew
  • Adalyn McClintic, Grand Niece
  • Shannon & Josh Lee, Niece
  • Hannah Lee, Grand Niece
  • Maci Lee, Grand Niece

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, February 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, February 11, 2019
REMEMBERING

Nancy Dianne McClintic

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Michele and Jerome Collins

February 14, 2019

We will miss Nancy. It has always been so great to meet up with her across the street. Such a wonderful, smart lady with a terrific sense of humor.
To David, we are just across Colina. I hope we can get together lots.
Michele and Jerome

Pat Neher

February 10, 2019

I have been reading lovely tributes to Nancy on Facebook from her many friends and associates in the insurance industry. Nancy worked in some aspect of insurance business processing and administration until her retirement seven or eight years ago. She spent most of her work life at CSC and gained so much respect for her knowledge, her tenacity in resolving a problem and willingness to mentor. I only got to work on one short project with Nancy which happened to be in Toronto, where she grew up. We became fast friends, as did so many. It was wonderful to meet Nancy’s parents and some of her (wild) friends from high school.

Pat Neher

February 9, 2019

Nancy, I have been missing you for months now while you’ve been unable to participate in our daily texts. Whenever something happened, you were the first person I talked to knowing you would keep my confidences and see the humor in some of the worst situations. Thank you for decades of letting me drag you into one fiasco after another even though you always ended up looking as cool as a cucumber while I looked like I’d spent the night in jail. I so miss you. Love you!

David McClintic

February 7, 2019

A word about Cornerstone Hospital of Round Rock....
Nancy’s courageous fight against the horrible disease which took her life ended at Cornerstone Hospital, but not due to the wonderful group of people who are the heart of that hospital. Each person who came into contact with her exhibited skill, compassion and proficiency in their care of her. This includes everyone from the dieticians to the expert wound care section led by Dr. Mckinney and his lead nurse Patty, who refused to give up on Nancy. The floor nurses and assistants went out of their way to make her comfortable, led by the floor supervisor Melissa. The ICU unit, including nurses Catherine, Tonya and Vivian never wavered in their efforts to help her. I love everyone at Cornerstone.

David McClintic

February 7, 2019

Jo-Anne Wilson

February 6, 2019

My dear Nan,
I cried at your wedding, as everyone knows because you were leaving, but I decided to surprise you this time with a thank you letter instead of tears. We sure didn't know 57 years ago that we would be forever friends, truly more like soul sisters . So I want to take this time to thank you for the endless hours over the years that we have spent on our crazy adventures, so many wonderful holidays here and in your world, sharing secrets, discussing every possible issue and laughing over most, heading off to Stratford for theatre, getting " lost " on drives and loving it and exploring hundreds of fabulous eateries. The boxes of left overs in Santa Fe sadly bit the dust ! You and David always warmly welcomed me into your world, first in Cali with John and then in Austin into both your homes. No matter what I dreamed up, you were more than ready to participate. Riding burros wasn't your favourite thing but you have to admit, having the Navy lift our car out of the sand in Corpus was not too shabby at all. We have stayed by each other's side all these years and I have to thank both you and David for that. He happily supported us in it all although he did worry at times ( I know you did, David! ) I know that when I see you next Nan, you will be just as caring, funny and welcoming as ever and certainly up for the next adventure. We truly had the best of times and I thank you for being my friend for all of it. Such a wealth of lovely memories to make me smile and remind me that you are still with us, just in a different way now. LYL

Marti Earnest

February 6, 2019

Marti Earnest

February 6, 2019

Marti Earnest

February 6, 2019

Marti Earnest

February 6, 2019

FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Nancy was born on April 20, 1946 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to Jack and Eileen Brister. On September 24, 1966 she married David McClintic at St. Philip Neri Catholic Church in Downsview, Ontario, Canada. She met David while on vacation in San Antonio, Texas . After she returned to Toronto following vacation, the two corresponded by mail for two years.

Following their wedding, the couple moved to the Los Angeles area where David had taken a job. In 1972, they moved to Austin, Texas where David had taken a new job and remained there for the rest of her life. They had no children, but cherished their time with their nieces, nephews, 4 grand-nieces, and one grand-nephew.

Nancy was predeceased by Steven McClintic, David’s brother, on February 2, 2017. She was also predeceased by her parents, Jack and Eileen Brister, David’s parents, John and Wilma McClintic.

Left to lovingly cherish Nancy's memory are David McClintic, husband; Marti Earnest, David’s sister; Michael Earnest, Marti’s husband; Rebecca McClintic, sister-in-law; Lisa Jeanis, niece; Alpha Jeanis, grand niece; Brian McClintic, nephew; Samuel McClintic, grand-nephew; Gregory McClintic, nephew; Chelsea McClintic, wife of Gregory; Adalyn McClintic, grand-niece; Shannon Lee, niece; Josh Lee, Shannon’s husband; Hannah Lee, grand niece; and Maci Lee, grand niece. As well as countless other friends who will remember her fondly.