Nancy (Oliver) Clatt, 72, of Memphis died Thursday, February 25, at Scotland County Care Center in Memphis.
She was born the daughter of Charles and Nellie Kathleen (Cravens) Oliver on July 9, 1946 in Rock Island, IL.
Nancy worked as a waitress and at the glove factory in Edina when she was younger. She had been a resident of the Scotland County Care Center for many years.
She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Junior Oliver.
She is survived by: her sons, John (Crystal) Clatt of Waverly, NE and Kelly (Denise) Clatt of Lisbon, CT; a brother, Guy Oliver, of Weatherly, MO; six grandchildren and many cousins.
Rest in peace Nancy. I always admired Nancy for her ability to look on the bright side. As long as I knew her, I never heard her complain. She will be missed.
Mary Ann Gundy Eager – class of 2965.
Bud and I are so sorry to hear this. Praying for the family members.
So sorry to hear about Nancy’s passing. I will miss seeing her at the care center.
So sorry to hear of her death she was sweet careing person
My earliest memory of Nancy was when I worked at gardines drugstore when I was just a teenager. Always a smile on her face then and every time I would see her and speak to her over the years. She was a very sweet lady and everyone will miss her beautiful smile.❤❤❤
Nancy Always made my visits to the Care Center brighter as she always had a Hello and a smile. I will certainly miss her when I visit Aunt Grace. May she Rest In Peace.
Rest in peace Nancy. I’ll miss filling that coffee cup.
Nancy was a very kind, friendly likeable, person. I always liked visiting with her !! I admired her attitude of being pleasant even when her health was not good !! Praying for Nancy’s family and friends !! Deni Ludwick
1967 HS Graduate
Memphis High School
She fought a long battle with grace and dignity. So sorry to hear of her death.
Nancy was a good friend in school. And she was a joy to visit with when i visited mother. The lord has received an angel homr.
Gonna miss seeing Nancy at SCCC. She would always speak and was helpful to anyone. She loved her morning coffee. Prayers to the family.
Nancy was always a Special Person to our whole family. God’s Speed Special Lady
We will miss Nancy. She came to church services that we helped with at the care center. She always asked for the hymn, In The Garden.
Sorry to hear of Nancy’s passing. Have memories of when we were young.condolences toher sons Kelly and John!
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