Nancy Anne Martin

January 21, 1954 - March 12, 2022

Nancy Anne Martin was born in Houston, Texas on January 21, 1954 and passed away peacefully from a recently diagnosed cancer on March 12, 2022. 

She was 68.  A  lifelong resident of Dallas, Texas, Nancy graduated from Bryan Adams High School in 1972, attended Texas Tech University, and had a long career as a law librarian at various Dallas law firms.   She also owned a librarian services business for several years and was a key asset to smaller firms.

Nancy was an extremely talented Bead Artist, Master Jewelry maker, Doll maker and Ceramics Artist.  She loved cats and rescued at least one hundred cats in her lifetime, and two dogs., The unique Nancy was a prolific idiomatic expression maker and an extremely loyal and beloved friend.

She will be missed by so many friends, lawyers and teachers whose lives she touched over the years, including her best friends, Angela Wilson and Barry Greve.  She is also survived by her mother, Adele Martin, brother, Tim Martin and wife, Nancy, her niece, Sarah Martin, her nephew, Gregg Martin and his son, Logan.

A memorial service will be held
March 24, 2022 at 7pm
Aria Funeral Home
10116 E. Northwest Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

3 replies on “Nancy Anne Martin”

Anonymous says:

Nancy was a wonderful friend in so many ways. I will miss her forever. RIP, dear friend.
Your friend Vicki

Anonymous says:

I miss your visits when you just pop in the back door to say hello. I no longer can ask your thoughts or advice when requested. Life will never be same without your smiling face. I miss you every day. Love, Mom

Anonymous says:

Nancy was unique and a very humorous person. Just so sad she left us so early. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her including all of the pets she knew as well as her own.
Patricia F

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