Evansville, IN – Alice Fay Nunn, 72, of Evansville, Indiana passed away on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at the Linda E. White Hospice House in Evansville. She was born on October, 4, 1947 in Big Rock, Tennessee, to the late Verlon and Vida Lee (Bogard) Traughber.
Alice lived a life completely devoted to helping others, especially those who needed it most. She worked for the EVSC for 35 years where she showed a tremendous amount of empathy and care for her students. After retiring, she maintained that same loving devotion to her family.
She is survived by her husband of 53 years, William George Nunn, Jr.; children, Monica Esarey (Cletus), Carrie Ferguson (Ben), and Billy Nunn (Jamie); grandchildren, Logan and Lucas Esarey, Joshua and Matthew Ferguson, Drake Barrett, Will, Elizabeth and Alexandria Nunn.
Simple Cremation Evansville is entrusted with care.
Jo Norman says
Monica and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Always here for you if you need anything. Love you.
Nancy Lively says
My heartfelt condolences to Bill and the kids. Nothing is harder than losing a loved one. My thoughts and prayers for you all.🙏
Sharon Greenlee says
I loved Alice as she was my longtime best friend since grade school. Sending prayers for her husband, Bill & kids Monica, Carrie, & Billy, their spouses & her grandkids. She loved you all so much & was so proud of you. She will be missed!!!
Jenn Wigginton says
Carrie and Monica-
My deepest sympathies. May memories bring you comfort and healing.
Love and hugs.
Jo Ann Harris says
Bill, Monica, Carrie, Billy and family, Sending caring thoughts and prayers on your loss. Alice and I were both of the EVSC for years and used to spend lots of conversation time as well when we crossed paths even way back at East Little League days. She brought her students into my school cafeteria and knew her as a very kind teacher & person. Always enjoyed Alice as upbeat! My sympathies to you.
Loretta Lechner says
Dear Bill, Monica, Carrie and Billy, and all the rest of the family,
I cannot tell you all how much your Mother meant to me, the fun we had, the times we shared laughter and tears. She will always be remembered and she will always be missed.
Love and God bless, Loretta