|NANCY DIANNE WALKER OBITUARY
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NANCY DIANNE WALKER
1961 - 2016
Nancy Dianne Hackett Walker, 55, of Tecumseh, passed away Saturday, May 7, 2016, at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City.
She was the wife of Lloyd Walker.
She was the daughter of John and Margie Hopkins Hackett.
She graduated from Tecumseh High School.
She enjoyed spending time with her three grandchildren and her family, planting flowers, going to the lake and visiting with friends.
She will be remembered for the love and compassion that she was always full of. As well as how dedicated she was about keeping family close and together.
She is survived by her husband, Lloyd Walker of the home; son and daughter-in-law, Dusty and Megan Walker; son, Cheyenne Walker; grandchildren, Zack and Zoie Coleman and Lane Walker; parents, John and Margie Hackett; sister and brother, Sheila and Steve Walker, all of Tecumseh; niece and nephew-in-law, Felicia and Jon Brown and great-nephews, Derek and Garrett Brown, all of Chickasha.
She was preceded in death by her nephew, John Ray Walker.
A celebration of life was held on Motherís Day with family and friends.
Thank you to everyone for thoughts, prayers, food and comfort during our time of grief.
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