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In Memory of

Nancy Kathleen Barnett

April 30, 1938 - June 5, 2016

Obituary


Nancy Kathleen (Deaver) Barnett left this life to be with her Lord and Savior after a lengthy illness on June 5, 2016. Nancy was born in Morton, Texas on April 30,1938 to Burl Richard and Evelyn (Sadler) Deaver. She grew up in Morton and has many friends there.

Nancy married the love of her life, Jack E. (Pinkie) Barnett on October 17, 1959, in Levelland. She worked at the Levelland State Bank and enjoyed many activities as a mother and community parent. She and Pinkie are well known and remembered for encouraging many...

Nancy Kathleen (Deaver) Barnett left this life to be with her Lord and Savior after a lengthy illness on June 5, 2016. Nancy was born in Morton, Texas on April 30,1938 to Burl Richard and Evelyn (Sadler) Deaver. She grew up in Morton and has many friends there.

Nancy married the love of her life, Jack E. (Pinkie) Barnett on October 17, 1959, in Levelland. She worked at the Levelland State Bank and enjoyed many activities as a mother and community parent. She and Pinkie are well known and remembered for encouraging many young people in Levelland to participate in sports programs, including baseball and basketball. Nancy loved to play Canasta with her friends, watch Texas Ranger baseball, and watch Nadal win a tennis match.

Nancy is preceded in death by her parents; her beloved husband, "Pinkie" Barnett; a son, Mark Alan Barnett, and two brothers Jack and Bill Deaver. She is survived by her daughter, Karen Rena Cox and husband Wilton of the Woodlands, Texas; and her son, Kevin Ray Barnett of Levelland. "Nana" has three granddaughters; Triston Frost and her husband, Andrew, of The Woodlands; Taylor Hord of Houston and Kayla Espinoza and her husband, Joey, of Levelland. She is blessed with six great-grandchildren: Mia, Harper and Asher Frost, and Khloe, Kymberlee and Keirsten Espinoza. Nancy is also survived by a brother, Burl Deaver and his wife, Jamettie, of Lubbock, Texas; her sister-in-law, Marvie Deaver, and many nieces and nephews.

Nancy was loved by her extended family and many friends. She always had a great smile and enjoyed a good laugh. She will be missed but not forgotten. The family wishes to thank all who prayed for her, cared for her and enjoyed relationships with her over the years.

Online condolences may be offered on our website at www.georgepricefuneralhome.com
Arrangements under the direction of George Price Funeral Home, Levelland, TX.