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Nancy L. Hitchcock Hardin

08/16/2023


Nancy L. Hitchcock Hardin, a beloved wife, and a cherished mother, peacefully passed away on August 16, 2023, at the age of 84. Her life was a testament to faith, family, and love, leaving behind a legacy that will forever be remembered.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, William M. Hardin, their love was an inspiration to the entire Hardin family.

Nancy was a devoted mother to her two sons, and her nurturing spirit extended to her four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, who held a special place in her heart. Her love and dedication to her family were evident in every aspect of her life, as she showered them with unwavering support, warmth, and kindness.

Nancy's connection to her Christian faith was a cornerstone of her life. As an active member of Stetson Baptist Church, she found solace, community and purpose. Her unwavering faith and commitment to her Christian beliefs provided her with strength and a deep sense of fulfillment that was a great example to her family.

A true nature enthusiast, Nancy had a special affection for butterflies. This love inspired her family to create a beautiful butterfly garden in her honor, a vibrant haven that will continue to thrive and bring joy to others for generations to come.

Visitation will be held on Monday, August 21, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Lankford Funeral Home, DeLand, FL.

In the embrace of her family and friends, Nancy will be remembered not only for the love she shared but also for the profound impact she had on those fortunate enough to know her. Her memory will forever remain an inspiration, a reminder of a Christian life well-lived, and a legacy of love that will continue to flourish.


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This lady was one fine example of what a Christian is supposed to be. We were friends from 1969 at Northwest Baptist in Miami and Judy and I spent many happy hours with she and Bill in the mountains of North Carolina, visiting Confederate Battle Fields in Virginia and even touring the National Parks of Utah. They were special friends whom we dearly loved. I feel certain that as each of these reached the Pearly Gates our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ greeted them with "well done my good and faithful servant". These were lives well lived... Occupy until we come. Marshall and Judy

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Sheryl McTighe
Sheryl McTighe
Aug 17, 2023

The loss of Aunt Nancy will be felt by all who knew her. Her sense of humor and kindness made her so special. Knowing she is gone breaks my heart, but I know she has found peace with Uncle Bill. Take comfort in the Lord’s love and know that you are never alone. With all my love and sympathy,

Sheryl McTighe


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