Nancy Lee Jaques
July 2, 1935 - March 29, 2019
ObituaryNancy left to be with the Lord on March 29, 2019.
Born on July 2, 1935 in Edmond, Oklahoma. She was the first born of three children to Homer and Minnie B. McHone Aglin.
Being born during the Great Depression and growing up during WWII developed her into a strong and independent woman. Because of her father's bad health, she entered the workforce at the age of ten, lying about her age, and working at the local five and dime until nine o'clock each night. She continued to work to help support her family throughout her school years. She grew up in Oklahoma City, graduating from Central High School.
She later worked at bell Telephone in Downtown OKC after graduating high school until her first marriage to Jaye Strader in 1954. She later married Jess Jaques Sr. in 1963 and moved to Anadarko in 1967. There she worked at the Anadarko Bank and Trust, had a home daycare and then worked in the office of the Anadarko Farm Center and Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) Office. She later went on to work for FEMA in Disaster Relief offices throughout the country until retirement.
She leaves behind her family who loved her dearly and was her greatest accomplishment in life. Left to honor Nancy and remember her love is Jess Jaques Sr., her three children, Jaynee Morris and husband John, Jess Jaques Jr. and wife Camille, April Granger and husband Ed, her nine grandchildren who called her MeMaw, Moomee, Grandma and Nana are Andrea Fugate and husband Mike, Sommer Jones and husband Casey, Mario Morris and wife Johnna, John Morris and wife Lindsey, Zachary Barger, Kelsey Granger, Hailey Jaques, Cole Armitage and Audrey Jaques and 12 great-grandchildren.
Those who loved and knew her will never forget her wit, tenacity, charm, grace and beautiful high heels.
Memorial Service: 2:00 p.m., Saturday, April 6, 2019
Grace Christian Fellowship, Anadarko, Oklahoma
Services under the direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral Home, Anadarko, Oklahoma.
Date: April 6, 2019
Time: 2:00 pm
Love & Prayers!!!
May the family be Blessed and Comfort be poured over each one of you. Nancy, was a wonderful neighbor, and I enjoyed visiting with her. She loved being outside around her home. Heaven has gained a loving angel! God bless.
I wish for you a peace that is beyond our understanding as you celebrate the Nancy’s life and legacy.
Beverly Bowman Hatfield
My deepest condolences to your family. Jaynee my dear friend May God give you confront & strength during this time and the days to follow as well as the family. Your in my prayers.
When Pat and I moved to Oklahoma. Nancy and Jess were our first friends. We enjoyed going out to eat with them and Wanda and Pat Francis. We all had such a good time. Some of my best memories. Fly high Nancy!!!
Simi valley, CA
I will forever miss my grandma, she was like a second mom to me. I hope she’s doing better in heaven now. Lots of love for her.