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Nancy V Futch
June 21, 1943 ~ December 26, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Nancy Kathleen Margaret Virginia Jeter Futch, daughter of the late Toney and Lydia B. Jeter was born on June 21, 1943 in Enoree , South Carolina. She accepted Christ at an early age and joined New Hope AME Zion Church.
After a trip to the DMV to get her drivers’ license updated so she could get a passport, she was convinced that she had to shorten her name as it would not all fit in their small space. She pursued that avenue and legally became Nancy Virginia.
After graduating from high school, “Nancy Virginia” as her family and friends knew her, moved to Philadelphia. She was employed with the Social Security Administration in Philadelphia just short of 50 years retiring in 2015.
Nancy is survived by her sons Gregory Carraway-Futch (Lisa) and Shawn Futch, four grand-children, Natasha Murray (Will), Gregory Futch Jr (Marquitta), Aaron Futch and Shayla Carraway (Haven), eight great grand-children, four sisters, Rosa Browning, Mattie Ruth Williams, Ella Mae Abney, Toni Hunter and two brothers, Melvin and Marvin (Carol) Jeter. Nancy is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many loving and caring friends.
She is preceded in death by her grandparents Ella and Doc Jeter and Edmond and Mattie Gilliam, her parents Toney and Lydia Jeter, her siblings, Johnell Jeter, Modell Jeter, Joseph Jeter, Mary Freeman and Jessie Abrams and her ex-husband, Leonise Futch.
Life ended for Nancy on Tuesday December 26, 2023 after a brief illness. She will be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, a devoted and caring sister.
She loved listening and dancing to the music of John Legend and shopping.
May she rest in Peace
Come to Me
God saw you were getting tired, and a cure was not to be, so He put His arms around you and whispered, “Come to Me.” With tearful eyes we watched you and saw you pass away. Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay. A Golden Heart stopped beating, hard working hands to rest. God broke our hearts to prove that he only takes the best.
We wish to extend our sincere appreciation for the great kindness shown to us in our time of sorrow. The many expressions of sympathy continue to be a source of comfort and will be remembered with immense gratitude.