DUBARD, Nancie Whitfield
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Nancie Whitfield Dubard passed away on Saturday, May 3rd, at her home in Moss Bluff, Louisiana. She was the daughter of the late Truman H. Lovett and Susan Watters Lovett. Born in Detroit, Mi., on May 12, 1947, she lived there for 2 years before moving with her family to Marietta, Ga., where she lived for most of her life. She attended Elizabeth Elementary School, and graduated from Sprayberry High School in 1965. Nancie was crowned Miss Cobb County Fair in September, 1963. She worked as a Secretary, Facilities Coordinator, and Bookkeeper until her retirement in 2013. Nancie’s interests included gardening and genealogy research, the latter of which she practiced for extended family and friends, as well as her own family. She was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, and sister, and was always available to lend a helping hand. Nancie was preceded in death by her brother, William Lovett. She is survived by her husband, Charley Dubard of Moss Bluff, La.; son, Jon Perdue of Olympia, Wa.; daughter, Ashlei Whitfield of Marietta, Ga.; step-daughter, Meghan D. Trayhan of Lake Charles, La.; brother, Thomas Lovett of Virginia Beach, Va.; sisters; Toby L. Davis of Little Mountain, S.C.; Rebecca L. Gronenthal of Marietta, Ga.; as well as 4 grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. On May, 6th, 2014, a funeral service was held at Hixson Funeral Home in Moss Bluff, La., and the burial took place at the New Ritchie Cemetery, also in Moss Bluff. A celebration of her life will take place on Sat., June 28th, 2014, from 1-4 at Shillings in Marietta.

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Cheryl McLain Baer
June 14, 2014
Nancie Lovett Whitfield and I went to high school together (Go Jackets) and she was always the loveliest person in the class. She was Miss Cobb County 1963 and was so excited to bring the trophy class to share--not to show off, she just wanted us all to share in her excitement. My prayers are with all her family (we keep up with Ashlei on Facebook) and hope they know that Nancie will always be remembered as a wonderful friend.

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