Nancy Ann (Young) Morrow June 12, 1943 - April 8, 2016 © Criswell Funeral Home Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Services are planned at a later date for Nancy Ann Morrow, 72, of Fitzhugh.
Mrs. Morrow passed away Friday, April 8, 2016 at her home. She was born June 12, 1943 in Fitzhugh to Truitt Andrew and Opal Mae Jones Young. She graduated from Fitzhugh High School and received a Bachelor’s degree from Hills Business School.
She married James Allen Morrow May 24, 1963. He preceded her in death June 3, 2014. Mrs. Morrow was the Coordinator for the Big 5 Headstart Program, retiring after 25 years of service. She was a member of the Fitzhugh United Methodist Church, the Rebekah Lodge and was involved with the 4-H program.
Survivors include a son, James Allen Morrow, Jr. and his wife Lisa of Moore; her grandchildren, Shylia Sees and her husband Tristan, Raleigh, NC, Chanci Morrow and her fiancé Joshua Caudill, Asher and Isabella Morrow, Moore; two brothers, Bill Young and Vernon Young; three sisters, Doris Winn, Elreta Ficht and Connie Young; and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Truett A. Young and Opal Mae Milburn; a daughter, Sharon Zamen; and three brothers, Ocie Young, Jimmy Young and Terry Don Young.
Obituaries may be viewed and online condolences sent to criswellfh.com.
Criswell Funeral Home, Ada
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