Nannie Lou Crabtree
February 23, 1927 -
January 3, 2015

Visitation

Service 

January 6, 2015
11 a.m.

Interment

Obituary

Graveside service for Mrs. Nannie Lou Crabtree, age 87, of Fayetteville, will be conducted Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Barnes Cemetery with Rev. Tommy Graham officiating. Mrs. Crabtree passed away Saturday evening at Donalson Care Center.

Mrs. Crabtree was a native of Lincoln County, the daughter of the late John Marion and Dillia Pense Milliken. She was retired from Jonathan Logan and Faber Casteel and a member of the McBurg First Baptist Church.

Survivors include her son Ronnie (Debbie) Crabtree, daughter Bobbi (Thomas) Smith, granddaughters Melanie (Kevin) Stacey, Christy (Terry) Gleghorn, Judi (Tony) Kirby, Camille (melvin) Gleghorn, great grandchildren Kathleen Stacey, Kelly Gleghorn, Zack Kirby, Austin Stacey, Garrett Gleghorn, Ryan Kirby, Caleb Gleghorn, and Aden Kirby. Along with her parents, Mrs. Crabtree was preceded in death by her husband Robert Crabtree.

There will be no visitation prior the graveside service.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Relay for Life or the McBurg First Baptist Church.

Higgins Funeral Home is assisting the family of Mrs. Nannie Lou Crabtree.

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3 Comments

  1. Patsy Ring Johnson

    Mrs. Nannie Lou was such a wonderful lady.She was so good to my mother when she needed her to help care for her. She was always smiling, so warm and caring every time I saw her. I am sorry for your loss. My sincere sympathy to all the family. She will be missed. God.be with you. Pat

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  2. Pamela Cartwright

    I never forget her pretty smile.

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  3. Rexine D. Pigg

    Mrs. Nannie Lou was a gentile southern lady with a million dollar smile and personality. Before her illness she was a faithful member of her church and her love of God was mirrored in the way she lived her life. She loved her family and was a hard worker brought up by wonderful parents that instilled strong morals in their children. Rest dear lady, your suffering is over and you may reap your reward in heaven. Sending my love and sympathy to the family. Sincerely, Rexine

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3 Comments

  1. Patsy Ring Johnson

    Mrs. Nannie Lou was such a wonderful lady.She was so good to my mother when she needed her to help care for her. She was always smiling, so warm and caring every time I saw her. I am sorry for your loss. My sincere sympathy to all the family. She will be missed. God.be with you. Pat

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  2. Pamela Cartwright

    I never forget her pretty smile.

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  3. Rexine D. Pigg

    Mrs. Nannie Lou was a gentile southern lady with a million dollar smile and personality. Before her illness she was a faithful member of her church and her love of God was mirrored in the way she lived her life. She loved her family and was a hard worker brought up by wonderful parents that instilled strong morals in their children. Rest dear lady, your suffering is over and you may reap your reward in heaven. Sending my love and sympathy to the family. Sincerely, Rexine

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