Nancy Ellen Smith © Enid News and Eagle 08-18-2013 Submitted by: Glenn
ENID, OK — Nancy Ellen Smith, 61, Enid, was born December 30, 1951, in Cherokee, Oklahoma, the daughter of Lois and Ellen Dunnington Smith, and passed away peacefully Wednesday, August 14, 2013, at Integris Bass Baptist Health Center.
She was raised and educated in Cherokee, graduating from Cherokee High School with the class of 1970. Nancy attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University for two years.
She was a nurse aide and med aide at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Greenbrier Nursing Home and The Commons. At the time of her passing, she was employed with Enid Salvation Army.
Survivors include her brothers, Pastor Bill Smith of Enid, Carl Smith of Oak Harbor, Washington, and Jack Smith of Irving, Texas.
Private family committal will be at Cherokee Municipal Cemetery under the kind guidance of Stittsworth Funeral Service.
The family has selected Salvation Army as appropriate for memorial donations. Register and condolences may be shared at http://www.stittsworthfuneralservices.com/.
(Submitted by family)
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