Nancy Elizabeth Womack Billiot, 63, of Kensett passed away suddenly in her home January 11, 2021 leaving a large hole in the hearts of her family. She was born February 2, 1957 to the late Carlton C and Minnie Cariker Womack at Rogers, Arkansas.
Along with her parents, Nancy was preceded in death by her grandson, Jason Lee A.B. Runyon and two granddaughters, Macy Suzanne Martin and Jacy Louiseabeth Johnson.
Nancy was known for her ability to communicate her opinion, whether you liked it or not, either to your face or on her social media account. Her presence online will sorely be missed by all her family who got a kick out of reading her posts. Some may have called her “opinionated” but those who knew her knew she spoke out of love and concern for her family, friends, and what was going on in the world today. She was witty with her “comebacks” and it brought a smile to her face to be her sassy self.
She was a woman who loved to play games on her phone, especially bowling and coin master. She was always up for a good old-fashioned game of dominos too. She loved crossword puzzles and she enjoyed coloring fuzzy posters. Nancy was a woman who enjoyed the little things in life and made time for her hobbies. She took time to journal, which will now be a cherished memorial of her life written from her own pen.
Nancy loved her family and was a dedicated mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and sister. She loved to get visits from her loved ones and staying connected to the family. She spoke to her sister, Carolyn, every single night. The silence of her phone calls will sting for a very long time to come.
Those left to cherish her memory are her daughters, Rebecca Medler (Ricky) of Judsonia, Amy Billiot of Judsonia, and Audra Billiot of Kensett; son Ben Blue of Judsonia; grandchildren, Cody, Katlyn, Caden, Antonio, Benjamin, Terra, and Dylan; great grandchildren, Easton, Jaxson, Journey, Maddox, Oakley, Cyrus and Jonah; her sister, Carolyn Smith of Searcy; many many nieces and her snuggling companion, Zoey. Zoey is said to be the most loved dog in the city.
Visitation will be 1:00 p.m. Thursday, January 14, 2021 at Sullivan Memorial Chapel with funeral services to follow at 2:00 p.m. There will be no graveside attendance.
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