In memory of
Bruce Dwayne Nicks
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In memory of
Bruce Dwayne Nicks
Funeral services for Bruce Dwayne Nicks will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 17, 2018, at Plainview Baptist Church with Reverend Wayne Chance and Wesley Farris officiating. Burial will follow in Prewitt's Chapel Cemetery under the direction of Jeane's Funeral Service. Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. on Friday, March 16th at Plainview Baptist Church. Mr. Nicks was born on February 15, 1952, and passed away on March 14, 2018, at the age of 66. He was a graduate of Pickering High School then worked in construction where he could do almost any type of job. Mr. Nicks rodeoed some in his earlier years and loved animals. He helped work on his family's farm and enjoyed the outdoors. Most of all, he loved his family and his grandchildren were his pride and joy. Chancey's memories of her daddy were that he was one of the hardest working men she ever knew. He loved her and her momma, worked hard everyday with his hands in the hottest heat and coldest winds to provide for them. When not working, he enjoyed his weekends mowing grass and sitting in the shade under the sweetgum trees. On occasion, he would be able to find some time to slip into the gym or to the field to watch Chancey play. He was so proud to have Georgia, his "boo-boo", and his grandbabies to spoil. They meant the world to him. He was a man of very few words, but when he spoke it was genuine. Bruce may not have said it often, but he loved his extended family. He liked for Theresa to tell him the latest jobs or building projects or hunting kills his brothers-in-law and nephews were up to. Bruce loved his sisters-in-law and nieces and loving referred to them as "his girls." He was not much for talking on the phone, but he cherished the days when his sister and grandbabies called to talk. Mr. Nicks was preceded in death by his parents, Harold D. Nicks and Barbara Ann Ashville. Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 35 years, Theresa Chance Nicks Daughter: Chancey Nicks Mouhot and husband David of Moss Bluff, LA Daughter in love: Georgia Marie Coward of Hornbeck, LA Sister: Jackie Thompson and husband Theo of Glenmora, LA Grandchildren: Levi Mouhot, Laina Kate Mouhot, and Luke Mouhot and a host of extended family, nieces, and nephews. Pallbearers will be Joshua "J.T." Durrett, Neil Durrett, Jon Parker, Ronnie Knippers, Raymond Keele, and Walter "Sherwood" Chance. Honorary pallbearers will be Patrick Thompson, Nathan "A.J." Chance, Larry "Duck" Mason, Ray Knippers, Kyle Knippers, Richard Knippers, Cody Knippers, Jacob Knippers, Jared Knippers, Ty Knippers, Heath Smith, Mike Smith, Logan Brown, Landon Brown, Lowell Brown, Kevin Sigler, Colt Layfield, Danny Laurant, John "J.C." Durrett, Nathan "Nate" Durrett, Wesley Farris, Quitan Crocker, Tristan Crocker, Oliver Woodam, George Coward Sr., and George "Little Man" Coward Jr.
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In memory of
Bruce Dwayne Nicks
Funeral services for Bruce Dwayne Nicks will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 17, 2018, at Plainview Baptist Church with Reverend Wayne Chance and Wesley Farris officiating. Burial will follow in Prewitt's Chapel Cemetery under the direction of Jeane's Funeral Service. Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. on Friday, March 16th at Plainview Baptist Church. Mr. Nicks was born on February 15, 1952, and passed away on March 14, 2018, at the age of 66. He was a graduate of Pickering High School then worked in construction where he could do almost any type of job. Mr. Nicks rodeoed some in his earlier years and loved animals. He helped work on his family's farm and enjoyed the outdoors. Most of all, he loved his family and his grandchildren were his pride and joy. Chancey's memories of her daddy were that he was one of the hardest working men she ever knew. He loved her and her momma, worked hard everyday with his hands in the hottest heat and coldest winds to provide for them. When not working, he enjoyed his weekends mowing grass and sitting in the shade under the sweetgum trees. On occasion, he would be able to find some time to slip into the gym or to the field to watch Chancey play. He was so proud to have Georgia, his "boo-boo", and his grandbabies to spoil. They meant the world to him. He was a man of very few words, but when he spoke it was genuine. Bruce may not have said it often, but he loved his extended family. He liked for Theresa to tell him the latest jobs or building projects or hunting kills his brothers-in-law and nephews were up to. Bruce loved his sisters-in-law and nieces and loving referred to them as "his girls." He was not much for talking on the phone, but he cherished the days when his sister and grandbabies called to talk. Mr. Nicks was preceded in death by his parents, Harold D. Nicks and Barbara Ann Ashville. Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 35 years, Theresa Chance Nicks Daughter: Chancey Nicks Mouhot and husband David of Moss Bluff, LA Daughter in love: Georgia Marie Coward of Hornbeck, LA Sister: Jackie Thompson and husband Theo of Glenmora, LA Grandchildren: Levi Mouhot, Laina Kate Mouhot, and Luke Mouhot and a host of extended family, nieces, and nephews. Pallbearers will be Joshua "J.T." Durrett, Neil Durrett, Jon Parker, Ronnie Knippers, Raymond Keele, and Walter "Sherwood" Chance. Honorary pallbearers will be Patrick Thompson, Nathan "A.J." Chance, Larry "Duck" Mason, Ray Knippers, Kyle Knippers, Richard Knippers, Cody Knippers, Jacob Knippers, Jared Knippers, Ty Knippers, Heath Smith, Mike Smith, Logan Brown, Landon Brown, Lowell Brown, Kevin Sigler, Colt Layfield, Danny Laurant, John "J.C." Durrett, Nathan "Nate" Durrett, Wesley Farris, Quitan Crocker, Tristan Crocker, Oliver Woodam, George Coward Sr., and George "Little Man" Coward Jr.
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