TRAINER, NANCY A.- A funeral service will be held 10:00 AM, Friday, June 1, 2018 at LaGrone Funeral Chapel for Nancy A. Trainer, age 71, of Roswell who passed away on May 26, 2018 after a hard fought battle with cancer. Interment will follow at South Park Cemetery. Pastor Troy Grant of Berrendo Baptist Church will officiate. A Celebration of Nancy’s life will follow services at The Roswell Elk’s Lodge, 1720 N. Montana.
Nancy was born in Hobbs, NM to Pat and Nawasa (Sid) Hoover on September 12, 1946. She graduated from Hobbs High School in 1964 and Eastern New Mexico University in 1968. She married Gary D Trainer in 1966. Nancy was a resident of Roswell since 1970 and retired from the Roswell Independent School District in 2007 after 32 years. Nancy was preceded in death by her father Pat Hoover.
She is survived by her husband, Gary after 52 years of marriage; her son, Brian and wife Christa and triplet grandchildren Zachary, Kiersten, Shannon; her mother, Sid Hoover; brother, Pat Hoover and his wife Maxine; various aunts and uncles throughout Texas also, very special cousins Patsy and Roy Cutsinger. Nancy loved life and lived it to its fullest and had a great since of humor. Once when given a greeting card saying “To the most wonderful person in the world”, she immediately agreed because she had a greeting card saying so.
At the request of Nancy, memorial gifts may be given to the Roswell Elk’s Club Wounded Warrior Project. 1720 N. Montana, Roswell, NM 88201 or to the local Roswell Walk of Hope, P.O. Box 193, Roswell, NM 88202 in Nancy’s name.
Pallbearers will be Darren Kuhn, Tres Featherstone, Bill Roberts, Jeep Jepson, Larry Courter, Lynn LeBauve.
GARY: CHARLIE & I SEND YOU OUR CONDOLENCES ON THE LOSS OF YOUR PRECIOUS NANCY. SHE WAS A SWEET AND LOVING PERSON. WE PRAY THAT YOUR TEARS ARE TEARS OF JOY IN REMEMBERING HER LEGACY.
CHARLIE & VDIANE SPARNONROSWELL, NM
My deepest sympathy to you and family. Though only a brief acquaintance through silver sneakers. she was kind and welcoming to a new resident to the area.
Mo BrownRoswell, NM
Nancy was my best friend and confidant throughout my childhood and on into my teenage years. Even in college and after we met our future husbands our friendship persisted. In adulthood, my husband and I moved to Pennsylvania, but the friendship you and I had never waned even over all those miles and years. My childhood memories will always be interconnected with you and remain as vivid today as they were 60 years ago. I cannot imagine a world without you in it because you have always been there with me. My sadness at your passing is immeasurable, but I will always treasure the memories of our time together forever. You were the best friend a young woman could ever ask for and for that I thank you from the bottom of my heart. I can never repay you for everything you gave me throughout our lives. I will love you forever and think of you always.
Mona, Gary, and Heather MayerBrownfield, TX, TX
You will be missed, Aunt Nancy.
Aurora JimenezRoswell, NM
Everyone needs at least one friend like Nancy. She was my SilverSneakers exercise buddy and we shared so many great laughs. She and Gary were an ideal couple and so much fun. I will miss her always and our thoughts and love are with you Gary and family. Martin and Linda
Linda KralRoswell, NM
Gary and Brian and family,
I was saddened to hear about Nancy. She was a dear friend and colleague. I have many happy memories of the years teaching, bowling, and getting together. Nancy was a wonderful person and always had a smile for others. May comfort and peace be with you at this most difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Annette Marr and David MarrIdaho Falls, ID
Tom taught with Nancy, he said that he never heard her say anything negative about anyone!! I knew Nancy in district meetings @ road.
We'll see in THE RESURECTION !!
Tom and Janet Ridens
Tom & Janet RidensRoswell, NM