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Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home and Cemetery

12800 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

Nancy Lou Frank

November 4, 1938June 22, 2020
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Nancy Lou Nash Frank 1938-2020 passed away peacefully in her home in Richmond, Texas on June 22, 2020 surrounded by family. She was born in Ada, Oklahoma on November 4th, 1938 to the parents of Carmon Bolding Nash and Thomas Wyatt Nash. Although she was an only child, she was blessed to have a large extended family with many aunts, uncles and cousins who she loved dearly. Nancy is survived by her loving husband of over 34 years, Robert Stephen Frank (Bobby) and her two devoted children Randall (Randy) Pittman and wife Cindy, and Kelley Suess and husband Pete. She was also blessed with two bonus children Greg Frank and Robert Stephen Frank Jr. and wife Kathy. She was a loving Mimi to Kelsey Eggleston and husband Chance, Laci Reyes and husband Bryant, Jack Frank and Emily Frank. She also had five bonus grandchildren and eleven bonus great-grandchildren. Nancy loved music, dancing, shopping and wearing her bling. She especially loved large and small family and friends gatherings with fun and laughter. She lived her life with grace, beauty and compassion. Through-out her entire life, she had an unwavering faith in God. We know she is now in heaven with her loved ones who preceded her in death. In addition to being a dedicated Wife, Mother and Grandmother, Nancy will also be remembered for her career as a Director of Risk Manager with DSI Transports for 32 years and Conn’s for over 5 years.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, June 28, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, June 29, 2020

  • Hors d'oeuvres and refreshments

    Monday, June 29, 2020

Memories

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Barb & Greg Mullen

June 28, 2020

Bobby and Family,
We are deeply saddened to hear of Nancy’s passing. Although we have not had contact since the Rodeo cook off and Bobby’s on the Bayou days, we both enjoyed the times we had together with both of you, all of your family members and quite frankly with the friends that surrounded you and Nancy. As the saying goes, the folks you surround yourself with says a lot and in our mind you hit a home run. As another person has noted already; Nancy loved her bling and dressed like a queen always, we concur. One thing that stands out in my mind is when speaking with Nancy you had her undivided attention. She would stare into your eyes and almost spoke the words you were saying before you finished. I don’t know if she was a mind reader or hard of hearing or really interested. I have to say this one in regards to Bobby’s on the Bayou, if you two disagreed on an issue you had an answer, “I own this SOB”. We both have vivid memories of Nancy that will remain forever.

May God bless Nancy, you Bobby Frank, and family,

Greg and Barb

Barbara and Bolie Williams

June 28, 2020

We are very blessed to have known Nancy. So many memories, so much living. She made a great difference in our lives. With love.

Angelique Gibbons

June 28, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family.
Nancy was always a true lady. Always getting on to me for not wearing make up. I had the best time working for her and Bobby. No place I ever worked could top that.
Rest In Peace beautiful lady!! I will always treasure the times I had with you ❤️

Eileen Frank

June 27, 2020

I remember all our days at Robertson where you were Big Momma. When Kelly had her wreck. Too many to post.

Eileen Frank

June 27, 2020

I remember when Michael was a baby and Tommy was gone and he was fussy and you came to Beaumont and when you picked him up he went to sleep. There were so many fun family times. You will be missed.

Jennifer Taylor

June 26, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family. Nancy made an impression on everyone that was blessed to have her in their lives. She was a beauty inside and out. I will always remember he bright smile, quick wit, and love for life. She adored her family and knew how to be a friend to all. She will be missed deeply. Much love, Jennifer and Bobby Taylor

Cathy Long

June 26, 2020


Nancy, my friend, although we haven't been able to be together much since you moved back to Houston I always considered we were close. Thru our years of working together while you were at DSI, then becoming true fast friends I always valued you as much more than a friend. I came to love Bobby after ya'll moved to Beaumont and always felt like we were almost family. I will cherish all our times at your house. the beach and at our special meeting place. Please know that you and especially the family are in my thoughts and prayers. Till we meet again my friend.

Tim and BJ LEWIS

June 26, 2020

Bobby, we loved hugging and seeing you both at Tommy's Birthday party. Nancy was the sweetest and most loving LADY that we had the opportunity to meet. We are both sending our most sincere condolences for your loss.

Boyd and Elaine Scott

June 26, 2020

Nancy ‘s lovely smile and beautiful heart touched all who knew her.
We send our love and prayers to all her family and friends. She will be missed by all.

Mary Simpson

June 25, 2020

I’ll never forget Nancy’s kindness towards me when my parents were ill. A sweetheart who was always smiling, kind, and funny. She will be missed

FROM THE FAMILY
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Jack, Mimi, Papa and Kathy Frank

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Randy and Mom

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3 Generations

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Christmas 2019

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President the Vaquera's Mother's Club

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My Beautiful Mother

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Mom and I 2019 celebrating my birthday

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Very Sassy

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Mimi and Kelsey taking selfies