Condolences for Nancy Jane Honeyman

April posted on 6/21/19

My deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family. I hope you find comfort in the scripture at Acts 24:15. This is what our God Jehovah promises for us all. And we can look forward to what is written in Psalm 37:9-11 and 29.


Nancy Curtis posted on 5/31/19

I love you. You will be missed. Always had a smile on your face and a kind word. I never heard my Aunt Nancy Honeyman speak badly about anyone or anything. She was the true definition of love. I'm glad you're not in pain anymore and you are with our family that have already passed on. Give Grandma, Grandpa, my sisters and Great Grandma and Great Grandpa a big hug for me.


Dorothy Curtis posted on 5/30/19

My Dearest Nancy your brother and I love you so much we name our only daughter after you, your name sake loves you to the moon and back as do we, you we will always be my best friend and the way you all ways put a smile on my face because of how the simplest things would tickle you. Till we meet again keep letting those simple things tickle and comfort you. Love you


Frank Curtis posted on 5/30/19

Nancy's a loving,caring and compassionate. She worried about Haeold and Chris feeling the need to take care of them to the very end having to babysit them as she would always say. Her smile always showed her love for those around her even if she didn't know them. Her laugh was heart warming. It was the simplest thing's in life that would make her laugh and smile. I will miss her laugh and smile, but never forgotten. I love you old woman,have a great journey home and a wonderful family reunion I love you! You're baby brother (Frank)


Dave posted on 5/29/19

I am so sorry for your loss, Loosing a loved one is traumatic and very difficult. However Jesus said at John 5:28, 29 “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out,. . .” We so look forward to that. My Sincere condolences. Dave