Nancy Kay Fox, 74, of Hamilton, TX passed away on January 25, 2023, in Temple, TX. She was born on March 7, 1948 in Austin, TX to Elie and Ila Mae ‘Miles’ Talbot. Nancy graduated in 1966 from McCallum High School in Austin. After high school, she went to beauty school and became a beautician for many years. Later she went on and met her “Marlboro Man” Winters Fox and they were married on March 7, 1986. They were married for 35 years when he passed in 2021.
Nancy was a hard worker and held many job titles from a beautician, school bus driver, business owner, chef, ranch worker and a few more. However, her most important and probably her favorite was Mimi. She was a Mimi to everyone and was how she introduced herself later in life. Mimi loved spending time with her grandkids and great grandkids and loved taking them to stock shows, or to any other events they were involved in. She loved nothing more than sharing her love of a homemade Cajun cooked meal with them all. She was well known for her peach cobbler and homemade banana pudding. Nancy loved to gamble at the casino, country club, or host a poker night at their house with all of her girlfriends. She definitely loved to shop and never left the house without a full face of makeup and being dressed in her newest outfit, even if it was just to the grocery store. Her and Winters loved to go to Ruidoso and there they caught the “racehorse bug”. She loved to unwind on the porch in the evenings with a drink. Concerts, old country music, and dancing were some more of her favorite things throughout all her life. Mimi was loved by all and will be deeply missed.
Nancy is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Winters, one son, David, and a great grandson, River.
She is survived by her daughter, Denise May and husband Donovon Tallent of Houston; her son Rusty Williams and wife Pam of Dublin; Jennifer Craig and husband Chris of Hamilton; Logan Fox and wife Kara of Seymour.
Grandkids- Kendra Schmidt and husband Tyler of Hamilton; Blain Parrish and wife Brandi of Hamilton; Sarah Sawyer and husband Bryce of Seymour; Brandi Batson and husband Michael of Hamilton; Hunter Williams of Weatherford; Acy May of Hamilton; Haley Wiles and husband Nick of Seymour; Jarred Farmer of Kyle; McKenna May of Houston; Chelsea Williams of Stephenville; Slade Fox and wife Kaleigh of Lubbock; Landon Tallent and wife Renee of Ventura, CA, Travis Tallent of Austin, Morgan Janish and husband Josh of Belton.
She is also survived by 17 great grandchildren. As well as a brother Bob Talbot and wife Donna of Kingsland; a sister Debbie Cain and husband Gary of Elgin; and brother Don Talbot of Thrall. She also leaves behind several nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of close friends and family.
Flowers are welcomed or in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Hamilton County Jr Livestock Association PO Box 803 Hamilton, TX 76531; PCC Ladies Auxiliary c/o Beverly Rohde 507 S. Alamo St Hamilton, TX 76531; or any other charitable organization of your choice.
Elie TalbotFather (deceased)
Ila Mae TalbotMother (deceased)
Winters FoxSpouse (deceased)
Denise May (Donovon Tallent)Daughter
Rusty Williams (Pam)Son
David FarmerSon (deceased)
Jennifer Craig (Chris)Step-Daughter
Logan Fox (Kara)Step Son
Kendra Schmidt (Tyler)Grandchild
Blain Parrish (Brandi)Grandchild
Sarah Sawyer (Bryce)Grandchild
Brandi Batson (Michael)Grandchild
Haley Wiles (Nick)Grandchild
Morgan Janish (Josh)Grandchild
Landon Tallent (Renee)Grandchild
Slade Fox (Kaleigh)Grandchild
River BullardGreat Grandchild (deceased)
Bob Talbot (Donna)Brother
Debbie Cain (Gary)Sister
Mimi also leaves seventeen Great Grandchildren, several nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of close friends to cherish her memory.
Hamilton County Jr Livestock AssociationPO Box 803, Hamilton, Texas 76531
Perry Country ClubLadies Auxiliary C/O Beverly Rohde, Hamilton, Texas 76531