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Nancy Loftis

August 19, 1948 ~ February 26, 2018 (age 69)

Nancy Loftis, Boise City, Oklahoma - Surrounded by her loving family, Nancy Gayle Loftis  went to be with her Lord and Savior, in Amarillo, TX on Monday, February 26th at the age of 69.

Family meant everything to Nancy. And nothing was more important than her 2 sons and grandchildren. She leaves behind her 2 sons Curtis Duane Loftis & wife, Shawna of Boise City, OK and Aaron Brent Loftis & wife Amy of Breckenridge TX.  Known as MoMo to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, she was so very proud of each and every one of them, and always had to share their most recent accomplishments. Her greatest companion, Shadow, will forever miss her. She will also be missed by her grandchildren, Jacob, Austin, Jared, Aubrey, Waylon, Logan, Trevor, Rylee, Regan, Adler, Madison and great grandchildren: Dalton, Aaliyah, Alizabeth; one sister, Dee Anne Farris, and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.  

She is reunited in death with her husband of 30 years, Curtis Loftis along with her mother Sylvia Collins, father Glenn Capansky, sister Karen Walton, brother Larry Capansky. 

Nancy was born to Sylvia & Glenn Capansky on August 19th, 1948 in Clayton, NM.  She graduated from Boise City High School in 1967 and later attended Drawn’s Business School in Amarillo, TX.

She married the love of her life, Curtis Loftis on October 5th, 1968. They moved to Carlsbad, NM in 1975. 

The couple welcomed 2 children into their home and Nancy set about teaching them all about family, faith, and love. After many years in New Mexico, the couple moved back to Boise City in 1998. Soon Nancy found herself working as a dispatcher for the Cimarron County Sheriff Department. In 1999 she took the job she would excel at most and began employment with the Boise City Public Schools. She loved her job, and each and every one of the children to pass through her office. 

When she wasn’t watching one of her grandkids competing in sports, or cooking something new, you could find her reading, crocheting, working in her yard, or talking on the phone. Nancy always had such a great sense of humor and loved to laugh.  She also loved to travel and the two most memorable adventures of her life is when she and her husband took the most amazing trip to Padre Island and the next was her first and only time to fly . She flew to Toronto, Canada and toured with her beloved brother-in-law that she felt was more of her son, Terry Loftis . She loved to cook and feed her family, but you better stay out of those beans until supper time, and don't forget to eat your salad. 

Memorial services are scheduled for 1:30 pm Friday, March, 2nd  at the First Baptist Church, 103 Cimarron Ave, Boise City, OK with Pastor Trevor Bulls, pastor, officiating.  Burial to follow at the Kenton Cemetery in Kenton, OK.  All are welcome to attend and celebrate Nancy’s life.  Services are entrusted to Henson-Novak Funeral Directors of Guymon.

Memorials may be given to First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 40, Boise City, OK  73933.  Friends may sign the online guestbook and send condolences at www.hensonnovak.com.

 

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