OBITUARY

Nancy Bernice Barbee

December 19, 1939April 4, 2021

Mrs. Nancy Bernice Honeycutt Barbee, age 81 of Kannapolis, passed away on Sunday, April 4, 2021 at Tucker Hospice House in Kannapolis after a period of declining health. Born December 19, 1939 in Cabarrus County, Nancy was the daughter of the late Alex Honeycutt and Mammie Parnell Honeycutt. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by all her siblings.

Nancy spent her career in cotton textiles. She loved playing video games on her computer, listening to online church services and growing flowers. Nancy was a simple woman who liked just being at home.

Those left to cherish her memory are her son, Michael Barbee (Jackie) and Tonya Barbee Tucker (Larry) along with 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. She also leaves behind her next door neighbors of over 30 years, Mary Price and her husband, who were always there for her with whatever assistance she needed.

A memorial service for Nancy will be held at a date to be announced. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.linn-honeycutt.com. Linn-Honeycutt Funeral Home is honored to be entrusted with the care of Mrs. Barbee.

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Joey Almond

April 7, 2021

I pray you rest in peace Aunt Nancy. You are a kind, happy and loving soul that will be greatly missed by many. We will look forward to seeing you again one day in The City with streets of gold!

Joey

Misty Barbee

April 7, 2021

Dear Grandma,
Glad to know your no longer in pain. Had fun playing in dollhouse and climbing apple tree in the backyard. Rest in peace. Love you.

Daniel Barbee

April 6, 2021

I will always remember climbing the pair tree outside and playing the game with you. You will be missed but happy to know you are home rejoicing. I love you grandma.

Betty' Joyce' Almond

April 6, 2021

Aunt Nancy,
I have such fond memories of you .You were the aunt that took me to the field and taught me to pick bouquets of violets. Then as year's rolled by I knew you would be the one I could always turn to with anything and you'd always make it better. I know I'll see you again in heaven and No More Parting. You're with grandma and many more of our family up there.
I love you. !