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Nancy Lydick

September 10, 1933 — July 2, 2023


Nancy Coleman Lydick was born on September 10, 1933, in Columbus, Mississippi to Roy Leon Coleman and Eulalia Beasley Coleman. She passed away peacefully on July 2, 2023, in Hobbs, N.M. The oldest of five siblings. Graduated from S.D. Lee High School 1951 Columbus, Mississippi. Nancy married her High School sweetheart Donald F. Lydick Jr. June 10, 1951, in Denver, Colorado. They had a long and happy marriage. Moving with Don's company JCPenney to several different cities in different states. Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Hobbs, and Farmington, New Mexico before retiring in Hobbs. They have four children Debbie Lydick Wilkes (Don deceased) Palmdale, CA, Vickie Lydick Peters (Barry) Lubbock, TX, Don Lydick lll Scottsdale, AZ, and Tommy Lydick (Barbara) Eunice, NM. Nancy was a golfer, played duplicate bridge, and was an ACBL Duplicate Bridge Certified Director for many years in Hobbs and for a short time in Farmington. Surviving Nancy her sister Linda Ward (Rev Frank), all four children, four grandchildren Deva Wilkes Lacefield, Keeli Peters Wilson, Mathew Peters, and Taylor Lydick. Seven great grandchildren Caleb, Chloe, Nate, Abbey Lacefield, Sawyer, Sutton, Crawford Wilson. Nancy loved her grandchildren and great grandchildren, who called her Nanny and Great Nanny. Preceding her in death her husband Don, son-in-law Don Wilkes her parents, three brothers Jim Coleman, Donnie Coleman, and David Roy Coleman. Grandson Dane Wilkes and Great Grandson Jacob. A family Service will be held at a later date. A special thank you to her hospice nurses, caregivers, and staff at Good Life.

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