Nancy Lee Litton 80, passed peacefully to join Jesus in Heaven on Monday, February 13, 2023. She was born in Canton, Ohio to the late Pearl and Elva Brown, one of 12 children. Nancy was the bride of Marion Litton Sr. and were happily married for 58 years.
She worked at the Nursing Home on 12th Street for many years as a dietary aide. She loved her family and was a great wife and mom. She enjoyed doing her word search puzzles, watching TV, especially Days of Our Lives. Nancy was an inspiration to many people; in all she went through her love for Jesus never faltered. She loved Jesus! She loved her church (Canton Baptist Temple). Her favorite Bible Verse was Philippians 4:13, “I can do ALL things thru Christ who gives me strength”. She lived out this verse every day. No matter how hard it was, she never gave up! She will be sorely missed!
In addition to her parents, Nancy is preceded in death by her husband, Marion who passed two years ago.
Nancy leaves behind three children, Tammy Jo (Robert) Pauley, Lisa Ann (Mike) Killian, Marion Lloyd (Casey) Litton Jr; five grandsons, Sean, Patrick, Ryan, Justin, and Joe; seven great-grandchildren; and sister, Pat (Denny) Morena.
Service will be held at Evergreen Cemetery on March 4, 2023 at 4 pm. Everyone is welcome. Condolences and special memories of Nancy can be shared with her family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com
Heritage Cremation & Burial Society
Robert and Martha Kaufman. says
So sorry about your mom. We have known her for manny years. I remember when her and Murloid was dating. My husband and I lived in Canton . Murloid:s sister Jane was my sister in law . My prayers are with you all . May the Lord wrap his arms around you with his peace and love . Bob and Naomi .
Shane Taylor says
We are so sorry to hear about your loss. We love your family and are praying for the Lord to heal your hearts. You all have had a hard last few years. I look forward to the day that I see Marion and Nancy together again.
Marion and family. I’m so very sorry for your loss. Marion spoke to me of his mom daily and her progress she had made. May god be with you all at this time.
Kathy Pittman says
Tammy was so sorry to hear about your Mother. She sounds like she was a very generous and kind person. Her favorite Bible verse is my favorite. May she rest in peace.
Becky er says
Your mom was one of the sweetest persons I have known.
We went to church together back in the 70’s. She loved Jesus and they way she lived you could see it.
We used to go as a group to see gospel singers. The ladies would get dressed dressed up and You older kids would get together and take care of the younger ones so we young mothers cold enjoy an evening out.
Nancy will really be missed but I know she is one happy lady right now. She is finally Home!
Love and prayers are coming your way for peace and comfort.
Becky Farther Kiener says
So sorry for the loss of your mom. She was a beautiful lady with a Jesus smile!
Praying for you all for peace and comfort at this time.
chris oxier says
my aunt Nancy was a wonderful woman and a insperation too I spent a lot of time as a child with her and the family they were the reason i grew up knowing Jesus. i may not have seen her much as an adult but she was often on my mind and always in my heart our family lost a great woman love and miss you always
Amy Young Crawford says
Lisa, Tammy and Marion
I’m so sorry to hear about your mom. Lisa, I remember going to your house when we were little. Your mom was so quiet and sweet-spirited. I feel blessed to have known both of your parents! Your family has had a rough two years. Praying for Jesus’ comfort and peace to envelop your family during this time. Love you. 💜
Doug Lepter and Family says
Dearest Tammy, Lisa, and Marion. Our memories go back to the old Canton Fairmount Church of the Nazarene and the beginning of a lifelong friendship. Your parents were the most loving, caring, and supportive people I knew and I had the joy of watching (even from a distance) you three grow into the wonderful adults you are. My heartfelt sympathy, love, and prayers go with each of you and your families.