Nancy Lee Martin

September 23, 1951 - August 8, 2022

09/23/1951 - 08/08/2022

Nancy Lee Martin, 71, of Roanoke, Virginia transitioned on August 8, 2022 from this life to be with God Almighty.  She was born to Robert Lee Martin and Vernard P. Martin on September 23, 1951.

Nancy is survived by her mother, Vernard P. Martin; her sister, Diane Martin; her children, Rachel Casey, Michelle Mills, Alvin Mills, Jr. and Judi Jackson; and her granddaughters Hannah Casey and Miracle Mills.

A Celebration of Life Memorial will be held at a later date and internment will take place at Sharon Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Axton, Virginia.

Condolences to the family may be sent to Altmeyer Funeral Home, Virginia Beach, Virginia. (www.altmeyerfh.com).

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Glenda Wilson
1 month ago

To my dear Aunt Verna and Diane you have my deepest condolence in the passing of my beautiful cousin Nancy she was such a sweet person we always enjoyed spending time with her and the family when they came to visit at mom’s house. I am praying that the Lord will give you strength to make it through this very stressful time I know that He can, trust Him and He will be what you need Him to be and remember I am here for you. Love you all.

Roanoke City Public Schools
1 month ago

On behalf of Roanoke City Public Schools, please accept our sincere condolences on Nancy’s passing. We appreciate her service to the school system and wish your family peace and comfort.

Maria Nagorski
1 month ago

Roberto and I are sending prayers and condolences to both of you. We are so sad to hear of your loss. I know it takes time to heal from such profound grief and hope you will find comfort in knowing that Nancy is at peace now. I remember how much you cared for her and supported her throughout her life. May your good memories of Nancy help you through this difficult time.

Robin Bullard
1 month ago

Dear Diane and Verna may god bless you and he will give you peace and love during these sad times. She was very close to Dusty and always visited her when she. was alive. My family and I will pray for you. Love your cousin. Please send time date and direction for the memorial service. Thanks for contacting me. Robin Bullard.

Brenda Joseph
1 month ago

Dearest Vern and Diane, my heart breaks for the loss of your daughter and sister. There are no words that can ease the pain but know that I am here for you in any way that I can be. I am praying that God comforts you with your memories of Nancy. May God bless and keep you both. I hope to see you soon.

Much love,

Radford Alumni
1 month ago

On behalf of the Radford University Alumni Association, please accept our sympathies on the passing of Nancy. She was a proud 1973 graduate of Radford (College) University. Lifting the family in prayers of peace and comfort.

Carolyn Baxter Warren
1 month ago

Dear Diane, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your sister. You were so kind when my father passed to attend his service in Vinton and I remember you had so many kind words to say about him. god be with you and your family during these difficult times. Nancy was older and went to school with my brother and sister. They remember her fondly. Our prayers to the almighty for healing of your loss. Take care.

Alva Enoch
1 month ago

Diane, sending our sympathy to your family from my family. Remembering our times with you and Nancy at Jerusalem Baptist Church. May your memories and the love of God sustain you during this time. Alva Enoch

Cheryl and Larry Twine
1 month ago

To be absent from the body is to be present with lord 2 Corthians 5.8 , my sincere Condolences to you Diane and Ma. Vern, and the children and family for we are family and know she is at peace now and I pray God will continue to give you and the family peace. Love you❤️🙏🏽 Cheryl and Larry Twine

Terry Nagorski
1 month ago

So terribly sorry for your loss. Try to remember as you grieve that you both gave her the best life possible and she knew that. Sending hugs to all the family.