Nancy Roberta Miller Baxter passed away on June 17, 2022. She was the youngest of 7 children born to Kenneth Ray and Erlene Christine Simon Miller. She was born on December 29, 1959, just four months after her father died in an auto accident.

Nancy’s siblings are Mary Agnes (James) Harp of Paragould, AR, Catherine Ann Miller who passed away in infancy, Larry Ray (Wanda) Miller who passed February 15, 2022, in Paragould, AR, Michael Leroy Miller who passed in September 1982, Pamela Jean (Paul) McCoy of Little Rock, AR, and Cathye Christian Sexton of Oklahoma City, OK.

Nancy attended school at Sloan Hendrix in Imboden, AR. She was married to Clarence Baxter on June 28, 1975. There were three children born to this union. Jay Allen Baxter of Malvern, AR, Misty Dawn (Robert) Wilde of Jonesboro, AR, and Jeffrey Aaron (Rebecca Thomas) Baxter of Twin Lake, MI. Jeffrey proceeded his mother in death in 2017. She had 5 grandchildren, Alanna (Alex) Troy of Jonesboro, AR, Jaden (Dalton Duarte) Baxter of North Muskegon, MI, Kristyn (Cade Southard) Wilde of Lake City, AR, Kylea and Jeffrey Baxter both of Twin Lake, MI; she had two great grandchildren, Ember Fae Troy of Jonesboro, AR, and Neveah Duate of North Muskegon, MI.

Nancy loved spending time with her family and friends, working with flowers, and playing all kinds of games. (Especially winning at cards, even if it’s your birthday)

Nancy had been of the Southern Baptist faith most of her adult life and later transitioned to a Jehovah Witness for the last few years – Faithful in service to the end.

Visitation will be Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at 12:30 P.M. in the Bryan Chapel. A Jehovah Witness Memorial Talk with Alvin Chapmon begins at 1 P.M. until 1:30 P.M.; and then a Southern Baptist Service will follow at 2 P.M. with Bro. David Stallings officiating. Pallbearers will be Alex Troy, Cade Southard, Clint Burns, Michael Collins, Andrew Black, and Daron Flowers. Interment will follow in the Parks Cemetery near Annieville.