Nancy Bourne

October 4, 1930 - July 22, 2011

Nancy Bourne, age 80, of Dallas, Texas, passed away on July 22, 2011. She was born October 4, 1930, in Washington, Indiana to Ralph and Lucinda Smead. On July 24, 1955 Nancy married Richard F. Bourne in Washington, Indiana. She was a member of Arapaho United Methodist Church in Richardson, Texas. She is survived by her sons and their wives, Bryan and Alexandra Bourne of Alexandria, Virginia, and Michael and Carol Bourne of Dallas, Texas; grandchildren, Daniel Bourne, Sean Bourne, Rebecca Bourne, Stephen Bourne, Annie Bourne, Noah Rowntree, and Georgie Rowntree; great-granddaughter, Emma Bourne; nieces, Lucia Smead, Lynn Kramer, and Jenny Wahl; nephews, Daniel Bourne, Mark Smead, and Carey Smead. Nancy was preceded in death by her husband, Dick Bourne. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, July 27, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. at Arapaho United Methodist Church in Richardson, Texas, with Pastor Jack Soper officiating. The family will receive friends during a visitation beginning at 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home. To convey condolences or to sign an online registry, please visit www.tjmfuneral.com.

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Nancy was my spiritual counselor and loving confidant during a very trying and painful time in the 70's. She helped me to return to the peace of our Lord. She was indeed a precious, loving lady and one of God's faithful servants. "Well done, they good and faithful servant." Marilyn Holmes, July 25, 2011 Nancy had a beautiful voice! I also enjoyed playing with her in handbell choir. She was always a very friendly and loving person. Judy Vroonland, July 25, 2011 Nancy was a lovely lady, so dedicated to her family, church and friends, as well as her community. I was privileged to serve with her on committees at Arapaho UMC and witness to her tireless contributions to the ministries of the church. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you, her family. She was so proud of each of you, as I'm sure she let you know. Jeannine Gibbs, July 25, 2011