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Nancy Gibbons

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Nancy Carolyn Hamilton Gibbons,83, of Canton, passed from this life into eternal life in Heaven on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021. A service was held Monday, Nov. 1, 2021, at Eubank Funeral Home, Canton with Bro. Fred Cooper officiating.

Nancy was born Dec. 11, 1937, in Leonard, to her parents Ernest Hamilton and Ruby Tadlock Hamilton. The fifth of six children she attended school in Trenton and Gober Texas. At the age of 18, Nancy accepted Jesus and was baptized in Dodd City, Texas “by a one-armed Methodist minister” during an area tent revival. She attended Turner Baptist Church, Wills Point (now Bright Star Baptist). After retiring in 1999 from 25 years of service to Dallas County in the tax office and extension agents office, she moved to Canton. She held a Dallas County Master Gardener certification and loved to garden and work in her yard. Her favorite pastimes were searching out estate and garage sales. She worked passionately to support local and national conservative political candidates and was a champion of dog rescue and welfare organizations.

Nancy was preceded in death by her parents; H.E. Gibbons; sister, Frances Hamilton Weisz; brother, Don Max Hamilton; niece, Carolyn Hamilton; niece, Judy Hamilton Howle; Prissy I and Prissy II.

She is survived by her loving family, brother, Thomas Hamilton of Eustace; sister, Juanette Hamilton Turman of Greenville; brother, Larry Hamilton of Grand Saline; nieces, Karen Franks, Suzi Price, Kathy Murrey, Jan Hodges, Tonia Flores and Denice Roberts; nephews, Chris Hamilton, Todd Hamilton, Tommy Hamilton, Gaylann Hamilton, Gary Hamilton, Kenny Turman, Steve Turman and many extended family members and loving friends. Nancy is also survived by her beloved companion and fur baby, Ginger.

The family would like to express its gratitude for the loving care and kindness shown to Nancy by her hospice and home care team Monica, Jimmie and Jamie. If you are considering a memorial, please consider The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.