Born on January 30, 1951 in Kissimmee, Florida
Departed on August 27, 2021 in Palm Bay, Florida
Nancy Lee Story Veasey, 70, passed away August 27, 2021. She was born in Kissimmee Fl. Place of death Palm Bay, Florida.
Nancy is survived by her husband Walter Veasey, her sons Jeffery Veasey (wife Crystal) and Brandon Veasey (wife Tara), her 5 grandchildren, Sawyer, Logan, Emily, Maddisyn, and Riley. One sister Patricia Story Meek (husband Jim), 3 nieces Tammy, Josette, and Bonnie.
Nancy was one the strongest women, and she will be missed so much. No words can describe the impact she left on the people around her. Her grandkids were her world, and she would do anything for her family.
Calling hours will be Wednesday September 1st from 5pm to 7pm in the Brownlie – Maxwell Funeral Home. Graveside service will be in the Kenansville Cemetery on Thursday September 2nd at 1pm.
Nancy was the best mother in law I could ever ask for. We had the best relationship, and I miss her so much. I miss texting you every morning, I miss our trips to Target, I miss our many drives just to get out of the house, I miss getting our nails done together, and our caterpillars ripped off our faces, we had so much fun together. We are so sad to see you go, but we know you are in a better place, you are in no more pain, and I know you are looking down at us all and watching over us. It just doesn't seem real that you are no longer with us. There isn't a place I go where I don't have a memory with you, and I will charish every one of them.
I miss you Nanny so much!!!
I remember just playing out in our backyard and you were outside in your backyard say (whoaaa whooa) then we would get on your pool deck and talk over the fence and wave at each other. Then just walking to your house to come visit you.
I remember getting up around 2am or 3am on Saturdays to go the Melbourne for the rummage sale with you and then figuring out where we were going to go first. Going to the football games with you. So many memories. And all the jokes and laughs we had together.
I love you Nanny and miss you. Love you: Uncle Wayne, Jeff, Brandon.
My heart is broken. I truly didn’t want you to leave me. I watched you resting and told you I’m a selfish niece but it’s ok The lord is calling you. I know you were happy to see Gigi and dad and all your pain is gone. You now have gorgeous angel wings. And I have an amazing angel watching over me.
I’ve been listening to all your messages you have left me I’m going to miss those crazy but funny messages. You are definitely A ONE OF A KIND AUNT. I’ve learned so much from you. And got some good traits from you
Watch over Wayne touch him as often as you can.
I love you nanny.
We are all missing you ,one day there’s going to be a family reunion in heaven.
As Nancy's first cousin I will always remember her infectious laughter, cracking jokes, playing Hide and Go Seek in her back yard, fishing, and the many trips to Melbourne Beach with our bare feet dangling off the tailgate of our parents 1960's station wagon , as she shouted "FORE!" at the golfers as they were attempting to hit the ball at Crane Creek Golf Course. I will hold these cherished childhood memories dear to my heart until we meet again!
Keeping the family in prayer.
Even though we didn't get together very often, we had lifelong family ties. Always enjoyed the few times we had to laugh and joke. Deepest sympathies to the entire family from myself and Carl.
Nancy is with our Lord now. No more pain, only joy and happiness. The Lord bless me when he gave me you for a sister. Nanny I will miss you PP.
I will miss you so much Nancy! You are beautiful inside and out. We will see you one day soon and meet again on the other side. Prayers to you Wayne, Patsy, Jeff and Brandon. Love, Lydia
My thoughts and prayers are with the Veasey family at this time. Nancy was a wonderful Meadowlane Mom and colleague. RIP.
Nancy was one of the strongest women we have ever known. She was a true inspiration to those around her as she fought thru a terrible illness. She will be missed I know by all. Our prayers to the family. Nancy is at rest, watching over you