Nancy Susan Beck

May 23, 1951 - November 2, 2015

Susan Beck of McKinney, Texas passed away November 2, 2015 at the age of 64. She was born May 23, 1951 to Richard Lee Oliver and Ann (Harris) Oliver in Portsmouth, Virginia. Susan married Glenn Beck on November 12, 1976 in Angleton, Texas. She worked for AT&T for many years before her retirement. Susan was currently working for Twin Oaks Daycare Center. She attended the Episcopal Church of the Savior in Allen, Texas.

Susan is survived by husband, Glenn Beck of Celina, Texas; children, Chad Rogers of Allen, Texas, Steven Beck and wife Cassandra of Marshfield, Missouri, Ryann Crain and husband Sean of Celina, Texas; grandchildren, Arielle Rogers, Vinnie Rogers, Gabrielle Robbins, Mara-Jade Robbins, Silas Beck, Haley Beck, Karter Crain, and Lyvv Crain; mother, Ann Oliver of Alvin, Texas; sister, Cynthia Cobb and husband Derrell also of Alvin, Texas; numerous other loving relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her father, Richard Lee Oliver; and brothers, Dickey and Michael Oliver.

A memorial service will be held 4:00 p.m., Friday, November 6, 2015 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel in Allen, Texas.

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Susan, your warm smile and sincere love for the children will be forever missed! We left our first born in your care and despite the difficulty in doing so, we knew he was in good hands and are forever grateful to you! May you rest in peace! Erica Zuzak, November 9, 2015 I can’t believe that you are gone and that I’m writing this instead of hearing your voice. I want to thank you for loving me for me… the good, the bad, and the ugly. I always knew I could be just me and have no judgement from you. I can’t imagine never having our talks again or seeing you. I hope you knew how much you meant to me, and that I love you dearly. You have such a loving, giving heart and soul. I will think of you every time I cook one of your signature recipes, have a glass of Yellow Tail, see the ocean, and many many times in-between. Although I know so many of us cry when we think of you right now, I also know you will always bring a smile to my face as I am so grateful to have known you and been your family. Love and miss you forever. Nina Hernandez, November 7, 2015 My mom was very special to me,always there for me for anything. I had been through allot growing up with me being in the hospitals throughout my life and she was there every moment, by my side. If I looked over she was there, if not I could hear her in the hall speaking with Dr's. Not a moment goes by that I don't think about that. She was good hearted and loving. We had bad times to like most families but in the end she was the person that most cared for me. We would have some drinks listen to music, she loved the Beatles. I didn't realize how much she was there for me until now. She was part of the reason I'm still here. I will not know how to get to that next day without her. I was hard on her at the end, thinking maybe she would find something within herself to fight, get up and get better . I sat day in and day out when I could, holding her hand. Thinking why her, that this was a dream of some kind, a nightmare . Her phone calls asking me to come get her and take her home. She was scared! I didn't know what to do other than be there for her like she was for me. I love her so much and wish I had one more day with her. To tell her thank-you for all she did for me and how I truly appreciate all of it. Wish I hugged her more often and told her I loved her and how much she meant to me. She was a strong woman for most her life and I really, truly believed that she was coming home. I miss you so much mom, thank you from my heart for being my mom and always being there for me. I will see you soon mom. Love you always, Chad Chad Rogers, November 7, 2015 Its been almost a week you are gone and I still can not believe it. I still remember when all the kids at Twin Oaks will run to you for your special cookies. You won a lot of people's heart Ms. Susan.You will be missed Ms. Susan. Vannesa F., November 5, 2015 I only knew Mrs Susan for a few months but they were a crucial few months in my life. Putting my son in daycare at such a young age was something I didn't really want to do, but Susan made the transition so easy on both of us. I looked forward to picking him up everyday from her and knew he was in great hands. Even after he moved up in class she was always there to tell him good bye every day. Thank you Susan for loving on my boy and taking such good care of him. We will all miss you! Kelsey Schwartz, November 5, 2015 It hurts to know that I wont be able to see you again Ms. Susan. There really is no words that explain how shocked I was to hear that you are gone. Everyone will truly miss you Ms. Susan. You were always a great person to be around. We always had a great time together at work, you were always a great friend and teacher. All the kids loved you and your special treats...."So long my friend until we meet again" may you Rest in Peace Ms. Susan fly high.. Love you Ms. Susan, you will always be remembered. ?? Alma Flores, November 5, 2015 Susan, I want to thank you for always making the girls and I feel like family. I will never forget the times we got to spend with you and the family at your very welcoming home. I always felt like we could pop up at anytime with a huge "Hello" from you. You will be missed very much. loving you always, Jessica Jessica Kaemmer-Dingler, November 4, 2015 I can not believe you are gone Ms.Susan Vannesa Flores, November 4, 2015 Susan I can't forget all the good times we had at the daycare. You were the best teacher, giver, and friend. You helped my baby girl grow into the wonderful girl she has become. You are forever in our thoughts and memories. We love you and will miss you dearly. There will never be another you. Tori, Carlos, Jonathan, Morgan Montelongo, November 4, 2015 Susan will be greatly missed. She touched a lot of lives. All the children at Twin Oaks loved her. I will miss her personal way of making people feel special. I will also miss talking and joking with her. She was a great friend. Evelyn Leggett, November 3, 2015 Susan was loved by so many people. She was such a nurturing and wonderful lady. She was like family to me and so many other people and I truly loved her. My 5 year old daughter Lynlee called her Grandma Susan, her favorite thing to do was go to Susan's house and play with her plastic fruit and tent in the kitchen. Susan would pick Lynlee up and take her to breakfast and the park and they would just play and play. I could never express how much it meant to me the way she loved my Baby as much as I did. Lynlee loves her more than anyone will ever know. The bond the 2 of them had was amazing. When I say she will truly be missed, that she will. Rest in peace my dear friend and please know Lynlee and I love you so much. Please watch over my Baby girl and fly high with the Angels. Alayna Pangus, November 3, 2015