Nancy Leu Croom
May 5, 1938 – November 21, 2019
Nancy Leu Croom of Katy Texas went to be with her Lord Thursday November 21st 2019. Nancy was born May 5th, 1938 in Hodgkins Ill. She was a graduate of Concordia Teachers College in River Forest Ill. Nancy was an active member of multiple churches in Illinois and Texas and always had a heart for church service and women’s missions. Nancy’s early post college years found her in the role of elementary school teacher primarily in Lutheran schools. Nancy loved bible studies, shopping for a bargain and decorating her home for each season. She was the master crafter from sewing to cross stitch to any other project she could make that would bring joy to those she interacted with. She is survived by her brother Edward ”Skip” Jones, her husband of 58 years Forrest W. Croom, children Laurie Grotelueschen and Darren Croom, and 7 grandchildren along with nieces Gina Goodwin and Lisa Hutson. She is proceeded in death by her father Edward J. Jones, mother Bernice L. Jones, and sister Judy Gross. A memorial celebration of life service will be held Saturday November 30th at 2:00 pm at Holy Covenant United Methodist Church in Katy Texas 22111 Morton Ranch Rd, Katy, TX 77449. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the general mission fund at the Lutheran Women in Mission at https://lwml.givingfuel.com/donate
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Nancy Leu Croom
November 24, 2019
I am very very saddened at the passing of my sweet cousin. It seemed as though everything happened so quickly. I believe my prayers were answered that she please not have to suffer. I will miss our talks very much. She always made me feel so family connected.
I know our Good Lord has received her with open arms. She is now reunited with her Leu family—sweet mother and father, grandparents,
sister, aunts and uncle; as well as other family and friends.
My thoughts and prayers are with her loving husband, brother, son and his family, daughter and her family and all her good friends, church family, and Coast Guard family.
With much love to them all,
Sandra Agnes Leu