OBITUARY

Nancy Lee Talley

May 4, 1930February 9, 2021

Nancy Lee Talley, was called home to be with our Heavenly Father on February 9, 2021, at the age of 90. She was born May 4, 1930 in Canadian, Texas.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Ouida Talley and an older brother, Jerry.

She is survived by her brother, Dan and wife Brenda Talley; 5 nephews, 1 niece, 1 great-niece and 1 great nephew.

Nancy was a physical therapist for 52 years; 24 years in private practice as Talley Physical Therapy. God blessed Nancy in her work as she loved helping people to restore their strength and health.

She served in the B & PW, The American Red Cross, APTA and Pilot International.

Memorial Services will be held at 2:00 p.m., April 9, 2021 at Melonie Park Church, 6602 Indiana. A reception will follow.

Memorials may be given to Melonie Park Mission.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Friday, April 9, 2021

Memories

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Jackie Kennedy

April 4, 2021

Nancy, was a wonderful loving Christian, physical therapist, friend, caregiver and friend! I will miss her sweet smile and words of wisdom!

Betty Scott

March 22, 2021

Nancy was a dear friend and a gift to so many people. We shared wonderful visits and meals with Nan and Kaye when we were neighbors with them in Colorado during the summers. We continued the beautiful friendship through phone calls and visits throughout the years. Nan was kind to everyone and she and Kaye helped anyone they could. Listening to their stories was a treasure and their was a laugh or two in each one. Nan gave dignity and kindness to all. I miss hearing her sweet voice on the phone and mourn her passing with Kaye.

Katherine Saunders

March 2, 2021

I met Aunt Nan near the beginning of 2017 after we moved into the neighborhood. I quickly learned to love Aunt Nan and Aunt Kaye and I appreciated all of the conversations and time spent with them.
Aunt Nan was a precious soul and I appreciated her loving on us and our babies as if they were her own grandbabies. She was proud of her work as a physical therapist, and the knowledge that she imparted always fascinated me.
So very grateful to have known and loved Aunt Nan! I know she and my mom are meeting and having such a wonderful conversation! I can’t wait to hug her neck again in glory!

Joy Rogers

March 1, 2021

I first met Nan years ago when a good friend of mine, Kaye Reeves, and I played on a Lubbock softball team. Kaye was involved in a terrible car accident one spring and her recovery from injuries involved weeks of excellent PT care from Nan. She recovered beautifully and returned to playing softball that following summer and Nan became a big fan of our team that summer and for many to follow. The three of us remained good friends and kept in touch throughout our adult lives and even when I moved to Wimberley in the Hill Country many years ago, she, Kaye and other friends made several visits , through those years, the latest being this past October.

Nan was a loving person, always eager to do good things for others. She filled her life with family, friends, nature, fun and the love of God. There was always had an aura about her that she was happiest when making others happy. That could be in helping with the needs of others or telling fun stories around a campfire In Lake City. Colorado.

May God be proud of her life, welcome her into his kingdom and bless her throughout eternity as she has blessed others.

Joy Rogers

Sally Smoth

February 16, 2021

I will greatly miss my dear friend and Lake city neighbor. Nancy, Kay and I had a lot of good memories together.

Doreen Hutton

February 16, 2021

Nancy was the most generous friend and the BEST physical therapist!
She loved her patients and gave them individual care and attention.
I loved her smile and fun laugh.
Truly the world has lost a special and dear woman who made a difference
in this world. She will be missed.

Karen Elkins

February 15, 2021

Nancy, aka Aunt Nan, she was such a sweet caring soul to our family and particularly to my mom ( Ethel Garrett). I’m certain they are in heaven sharing great conversation and I hope a cup of tea . We loved her so very much.

Darlene Garrett

February 15, 2021

Oh sweet Nancy!! She and my Mom and she and my mother-in-law were wonderful friends! Nancy served people with her gift of physical therapy. What a wonderful lady. 💜

Rita Funk

February 14, 2021

When my son, Chris, was born, he had spina bifida, and as he got older, he needed physical therapy. Dr. Gordon Mayes recommended Nancy, so we made an appointment and went to see her. Chris captured her heart right away, and he liked her very much, too. As time went by, she introduced us to another family who also had a child with spina bifida. Modesto and Chris hit it off and became not only pt partners, but best friends. Nancy invited them both to the Pilot Club Christmas parties, and this club helped these boys in various ways. Nancy was a guiding light for these boys and our families. We loved her dearly. ❤

Christy Robinett

February 14, 2021

My first memory of Nancy is observing her work when I was in Physical Therapy school back in the 80’s. I was so excited to get to know her when I joined The Pilot Club several years ago. She loved discussing her PT memories and told me how she wished she could still be working! I know she helped many during her long career. Such a great lady who will be missed by many.

FROM THE FAMILY