Nancy Butler Thomas

Born in Elkton, KY on April 15, 1922

Departed on June 15, 2013 and resided in Nashville, TN

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THOMAS, Nancy Butler– Age 91 years, passed away June 15, 2013. Nancy retired as the Vice President of the Davidson County Farm Bureau. She is preceded in death by her husband, Robert D. "Bob" Thomas and brother, W.C. Butler, Jr. Survived by her daughter, Karlos Anne David Thomas; grandchildren, Chuck Kathy Holland, and Joy Mark Bishop; great grandchildren, C.J., Ty, and Karoline Holland; Luke and Grace Bishop; brother, Tom MadlineButler; sister, Johnnie Davis; sister in law, Shirley Butler; caregiver and close friend, Dot Rohrer, and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation will be on Monday, June 17, 2013, from 5-8pm, and on Tuesday, June 18, 2013, from 3pm until funeral service at 5:30pm at West Harpeth Funeral Home with interment following at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens at 7pm

11 Comments to Nancy Butler Thomas

  1. Trisha and Rick Smith says:

    Such a delightful Southern lady. Was a very fun Aunt who loved her family and always enjoyed her trips to Texas. She and Uncle Bob loved Rick and I like their own children and always made us feel so welcome in their home. I know she will be missed by Karlos who was such a devoted and loving daughter.

  2. Shelton Hunt, Capt.THP Retired says:

    Bob, Sorry for your lost. Prayes for you and your family.

  3. Kathy says:

    Enjoyed our phone visits of late. Sharing great memories from the past. She loved our families and missed the family gatherings. I know she is at peace and trying to “calm down” those 42 games that are happening in Heaven. Love you Karlos.

  4. Marian Schmidt says:

    Karlos and family, we are truly saddened by the loss of Nancy. She was a dynamic personality and an institution in our neighborhood. She always enjoyed seeing the kids and always had a special word for them. Well, she always had a special word for everyone. That is what made her Nancy, never any question what she thought about a situation. You always knew where she stood and she wasn’t shy about it. That is a rare trait these days. We sure will miss her. We pray for God to ease the sadness as you grieve this special lady.

  5. Vernon P. Edison says:

    To Family:
    Sympathy to You and your loss of your mother, she was a fine lady. your DAD WAS MY sergeant when I entered the THP., He was a good man and I liked him. Got to know your mother more, after my wife & Iwent to the Banquets every Oct. We enjoyed those.
    GOD Bless

  6. Jimmy Butler says:

    Sorry to read of the loss of your mother. She visited my father and grandfather often when I was young and Uncle Carlos was living. I am the grandson of Mahlon Butler and son of Jim Butler, Nancys first cousin. Your Cousin, Jimmy Butler

  7. Betty & John DeLond says:

    Karlos & Family, Sorry for your loss. She was a lovely person. We enjoyed the company of you, Nancy and Bob. Love & Prayers Betty & John

  8. Martha Hayes says:

    No words can touch what you’rre feeling inside. I know you had a very special relationship with your Mother. Hold on to the wonderful memories and know that she is at peace. We are thinking of you during this difficult time and praying for your comfort.
    Love you,
    Martha, Austin, and Ashley

  9. Dayna McAdams says:

    Karlos, I truly hope that you can take comfort in the fact that you were always there for your Mother. Know in your heart that you were a wonderful daughter.

  10. Pam Dunford says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. We just heard. If there is anything that you need please do not hesitate to call. Our prayers are with you.
    All of us at Family Medical

  11. Judy Thomas Easthom says:


    Aunt Nancy was a joy to be around and truly a southern lady. I will always remember the fun times we had at Daddy’s when your Mother and Daddy would come to visit your Uncle Floyd and family.I loved Aunt Nancy and will miss her smiling face. She will always hold a special place in my heart. Love you Karlos.