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Tracy Jo Duggar

Nancy, a.k.a. mom and I first met her and she was cooking cabbage and I told her I hate the smell of cabbage she was like but it’s good for you me and Amy we were her clowns. Amy was a serious more than I was the goofy one she just never knew what I was gonna say or do mama your truly be missed

Christie Anderson

Praying for your family. Praying for comfort for all of her family and friends.

Geneva Jones

Well God welcome Ms Nancy home. To Amy and Family you're entire family has my deepest sympathy for your loss and you are blessed to have had your Mother for a many years keep your memories close to your heart ❤️. God bless you 🙏 ❤️ 💖

Nancy Sears Davis


Nancy Wilson Sears-Davis, 75 of Yulee, Florida passed away on August 3, 2023 at downtown Baptist hospital.

Born on May 18, 1948 in Jacksonville, Florida to Herbert Wallace Wilson and the late Mary Catherine Wilcox-Wilson. She grew up in Jacksonville, Florida and graduated from Paxton high school. After graduating from FSCJ with a degree in education, she began working for Duval county school system as a substitute teacher.

Over the course of 15 years, her first marriage was to Calvin Leo Sears. The couple welcomed Amy Sears Wilkinson into their home as their first and only child. Her family was the heart and soul of her life. Nancy was a devoted and caring spouse to her greatest love, Albert Theodore Roche sharing 15 years of unwavering love and support. As a mother she was a constant source of guidance, warmth, and encouragement to Amy and all those who saw her in that way. Her role as a grandmother brought her immense joy, and she cherished every moment spent with her beloved grandchildren Sarah, Joshua and Andrew Killmeyer and great grandchildren, River, Hunter and Leighlan.

One of her greatest joys in life was her brief stint working for Carnival Cruise Lines. She adored meeting new and interesting people, sharing stories, experiences and pleasantries with them and overall contributing to the wonderfully exciting experience of travel.

Nancy's generous spirit extended far beyond her immediate family. She had a natural inclination to lend a helping hand to those in need, making a positive impact on everyone she encountered. Her selflessness and willingness to assist others created a ripple effect of kindness that touched many lives.

An honest and forthright person, Nancy believed in the importance of integrity and treating others with respect. Her genuine and caring nature endeared her to everyone fortunate enough to know her.

She was an active member of First Baptist Church downtown Jacksonville.

Nancy leaves behind her daughter, Amy; her father, Herbert (Connie) Wilson; brother, Donald (Nona) Wilson and her many loving grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Funeral services will be on Saturday, August 26, 2023 at Legacy Baptist Church at 4:00 pm. 941328 Old Nassauville Rd, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034.


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