Nancy Dealey, 83 - December 29, 2011
Nancy Mae Dealey, 83, of Conroe, TX, formerly of Gothenburg, passed away Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011, at Conroe.
Dealey was born Feb. 23, 1928, at Central City, where she was also baptized.
She graduated from high school at Central City and received her degree as a registered nurse at the Methodist Nursing School in Omaha.
After graduation, she was employed as an RN until her marriage on June 8, 1952, to Robert Fredrick Dealey at Central City. The couple were married until her husband’s death on Dec. 27, 2010.
Dealey moved to Osceola for her husband’s first teaching position. They then moved to Gothenburg where she was employed at Gothenburg Memorial Hospital from 1962 to 1967.
Moving to Curtis in 1967, she became a school nurse at the School of Technical Agriculture from 1969 to 1986.
Upon her retirement, Dealey enjoyed bridge club, reading, fishing and travel, according to family members.
In 2005, she and her husband moved to Conroe to spend their last days of retirement, where they enjoyed the fellowship of their new church, Wildwood United Methodist Church, and time spent with family.
Dealey was a loving wife and mother and a good friend to those who knew her, family members said.
She was preceded in death by: her parents, Walter Jennings Hosick and Vera Leila (Clark) Hosick; her husband, Robert.
Survivors include: her two daughters and three grandchildren—Diane (Rick) Graham and Natalie Beto of Butte, MT, Michelle (Richard) Burnett and Theodore (Bethany) of Huntsville, TX, and Alexandria of Austin, TX; a brother, Walter Hosick of North Platte; sister, Ernestine Leach of Loveland, CO.
Arrangements were entrusted to Klein Funeral Home, 14711 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77354, 281-252-3428.
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