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Nancy Elane Dodd Stewart

FORT WORTH—Nancy Elane Dodd Stewart passed away January 8, 2018 at the age of 65.
Memorial service: 11 a.m. Saturday at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
Nancy was born July 18, 1952 to the late Bob and Dovie Dodd in California. She was a loving mother, grandmother, great -grandmother, sister and friend and will be deeply missed.
Survivors: Daughter, Jackie Pearson and husband, David; daughter, Stephanie Bolt; daughter, April Stewart and husband, Micheal Foster; grandchildren, Jeff Bolt, Joseph Stewart, Alexus Foster, Chris Foster, Dylan Pearson, Johnathon Foster, Jessica Foster, Daniel Foster, Emily Pearson, and Justin Foster; great-granddaughter, Gracelynn Contreras; brother, Billy Schofield and wife, Ginger; sister, Virginia Richardson and husband, James; sister, Judy Fallaschek and husband, Rick; brother, Ronnie Dodd and wife, Beverly; brother, Bobby Dodd and wife, Waynette; numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. I am so sorry. My words fall short that’s how I feel. She was there when my daughter was born and I will always remember how wonderful she was in our lives

  2. Nancy was and still is a good woman.
    I grew up with her as an older sister to me. And later she and I shared an apartment together.
    Nancy loved Elvis Presley so much.
    I remember she and my mom just sat and talked and drooled over him. And even though Nancy has her beautiful wings now, she is glowing because Nancy and Elvis share something now. And that is: the day Elvis came into this world, she went home years later on his birthday to give him a great big birthday surprise.
    Nancy you will always be in my heart. I love you my big sister.

  3. Alexus Foster :

    I miss you so much mema:'(

  4. I was shocked to hear about Sheila but really shocked about you losing your Mother as well. I’m so sorry for your loss. No words can express the sympathy I have for you. You & your family are in my prayers. Love y’all.

  5. Samantha Echols :

    Nancy, Mama number 2. Thank you for all of the loving hugs and wonderful memories. The very contagious laugh you had. I know us girls didn’t that’s making loving us an easy task, but you stepped up and loved us anyway. We all speak just a little better because we had you as the grammar police. Fly high with the Angels until we meet again, say hello to Pops and Mama number 3 for me. I love you very much.

  6. Amanda Layman (Rich$) :

    i just wish we kept in touch better after my dad passed…but what makes me smile is i can see you and dad up there bickering like yall always did lol! Mamaw wanted me to tell you bye for her..shes heartbroken! RIP nancy…we will keep your family in our prayers!

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