Nancy Dunning Acree, age 80, passed away Saturday, May 5, 2012 at Rich Square Health Care Center. She was born in Bertie County on September 29, 1931 to the late Grover Dunning and Goldie Morris Dunning.
Mrs. Acree was an office manager and worked for Ahoskie Medical Associates for 35 years. She was involved in the Aulander Civic League and a member of Aulander Baptist Church.
She is survived by her daughter, Elizabeth Baker and husband Jerry of Kill Devil Hills; a son, Edmond Acree of Aulander; sisters, Ercel Pierce of Colerain, and Becky Decoste of Greensboro; brothers, Ronald Dunning of Aulander, and Richard Dunning of Idaho; and grandchildren, Brian Acree of Aulander, and Carole Morton and husband Wesley of Greenville. Besides her husband, Joseph Acree, Nancy was preceded in death by her brothers, William Dunning, Lawrence Dunning, James Dunning and Carl Dunning.
A memorial service will be held Wednesday, May 9 at 2:00 PM at the Aulander Baptist Church with the Rev. Jerry Johnson officiating.
Memorials can be made to Aulander Baptist Church.
Garrett-Jones Funeral Home of Ahoskie is serving the Acree family. Friends may send online condolences to www.garrettjonesfh.com.
I was so sorry to hear that Nancy has passed away. You and all the family have my sincere condolences.
Betsey, Edmond & family ~
There are no words to ever express my heartfelt sympathy in Nancy’s passing. Having been next door neighbors for over 40 years, there is just no way to list the many wonderful memories of Nancy & Joe that I will cherish forever ! Nancy & Joe were like grandparents to my children Will & Courtney, and although we left Aulander we never lost touch. I just can’t imagine them not being in Aulander to drop in for a visit.
May Gods Peace be with you sweet Nancy and know you will always be in my heart. Rest well and free of the pain and suffering, your battle is done and you are now in Gods loving care and a new Angel in Heaven !!
Love You Always ~
To all the family of Nancy. She was a precious jewel. She always had a smile about her. You have fought a good fight and now you can rest in peace. You will be missed.
Sister-in-law of Ronald
Janie & Andy
Betsy and Edmond: Your Mom was a wonderful woman and I am happy to know that she is in heaven and at peace. I love you all.