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Nancy Caroline (Foster) Corner
December 4, 1947 ~ August 9, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Nancy Caroline Corner peacefully departed this earthly realm on August 9, 2023, in Plum, Texas. She was rooted in humility and gratitude throughout her 75 years of life, which are qualities to be truly cherished. Nancy first came into this world on December 4, 1947, in Houston, Texas to her beloved parents, Tom and Georgia Bell Foster.
Nancy accepted Christ as her personal Savior at an early age. She was baptized by Rev. C. O. O'Connor of Northside Antioch Baptist Church. As an adult she worshipped at New Bethal Missionary Baptist Church, then moved on to Mt. Zion Baptist Church and her final church home, where she served as First Lady of New United Baptist Church in West Point, Texas.
Nancy's soul finds solace in the eternal embrace of her faith, as she leaves behind a legacy of unwavering dedication and devotion to her Hevenly Father. She held steadfast i her devotion as she served alongside her husband, Pastor Lilton Corner, Sr., faithfully supporting him as the precious First Lady of their spiritual journey. Together at New United Baptist Church they nurtured a deep connection with the Devine, guiding their community with love and compassion.
Within the tapestry of Nancy's earthly endeavors, she thrived in her educational pursuits. She bloomed at Crawford Elementary during her formative years, maturing into a remarkable individual and graduating with honors from Yates High School. Nancy chose to attend a Secretarial School, embracing opportunities to expand her mind and skills.
Indeed, the fragrance of Nancy's faith gently wafts through the halls of New United Baptist Church, the sanctuary where she worshipped. As First lady Nancy served among a community of kindred spirits and discovered peace, enlightment, and a profound love for the Divine Through the sacred rituals and teaching, she found strength and inspiration to serve both her family and the wider community, exemplifying the teachings of respect and unity in the eyes of the Creator.
Nancy's time on this mortal plain leaves an indelible mark an everlasting bond. She is lovingly survived by her devoted husband, Pastor Lilton Corner, Sr., who nurtured their union with unwavering love and divine purpose. They bore witness to the miracle of life through their son, Lilton Corner, Jr., while Nancy cherished her grandchildren, David Oliphant, Zachary Corner, Camille Corner, Marco Corner and Devon Wise, great grandchild, Kobe Wise and god child, Fendi Moten. And the supporting pillars within her tapestry include her sister, Alleaner Hicks and brothers, Thomas J. Foster, Clarence L. Foster and Edward A. Foster. Through these familial threads, countless nieces, nephews, an abundance of cherished family and friends continue Nancy's spirit.