November 27, 1951 – September 17, 2014 Nancy Sue Bing, 62 year old Van Alstyne resident, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 in McKinney, Texas, with her loving family by her side.
In loving memory of Nancy, this is her poem :
As we gather here today there is no ending to her story,
Another chapter has begun full of grace and glory.
God’s called her to His heavenly home,
Part of His great plan although it may be hard,
We must understand faith is what is hoped for, things we cannot see,
Heaven is the promise to all of us if only we believe.
Nancy was born November 27, 1951 in Sherman, Texas to J. P. and Estelle (Frazier) Williams. She married Henry Bing August 21, 1971 and they were married for 43 years. She was the Office Manager for 37 years at the family business, Van Alstyne Vet Clinic.
Nancy was passionate about her family and couldn’t wait to be a grandma. She is survived by her husband, Henry Bing of Van Alstyne; four daughters, Buffy Jester and husband Brandon of Gunter, Bonnie Taylor and husband Brad of McKinney, Brandy Smith and husband Scott of Van Alstyne, and Betsy Bing of Savoy; her six grandchildren whom she loved dearly, Taxson and Gracie Jester, Brase Taylor, and Brayden, Bella and Brody Smith; seven brothers and sisters and their spouses, Jean and Travis Sanderson, Betty Cleveland, James and Sharron Williams, Johnny and Myra Williams, Charles and Kay Williams, David Williams, and Darlene and Ottis Harris; countless nieces and nephews.
Nancy was preceded in death by her parents, a brother and a sister.
Funeral Services for Nancy will be at the First Baptist Church of Van Alstyne at 10:00 A.M., Friday, September 19, 2014 with Reverend Duane Peters officiating. There will be a private family Graveside Burial after the service. The family will visit with friends at the Mullican-Little Funeral Home in Bells, Texas on Thursday, September 18, 2014 from 6-8 P.M.
Those serving as Pallbearers for Nancy are Travis Sanderson, Keith Williams, Matt Williams, Brandon Jester, Brad Taylor and Scott Smith. The Junior Pallbearers will be Jaxson Jester and Brase Taylor.
While flowers are appreciated, the family suggests that donations be made to the Riley Sprowl Foundation at the Independent Bank of Van Alstyne or www.prayforriley.com