Ann Clancy went from labor to reward on March 30, 2022, at home in Omaha, Nebraska. Ann was born and raised in Marshall, Texas, to Alvin and Margaret Green on October 22, 1949. Ann grew up in her uncles church and gave her life to the Lord at age 12. She graduated from Pemberton High School in 1968. In 1972, three very important events took place in Ann's life. She married Melvin Clancy and in the spring of that year Ann earned her B.A. degree in Sociology from Wiley College. Lastly, Melvin and Ann decided to trek north to Omaha, Nebraska to seek career opportunities.
Ann's passion for social work led her to pursue professions that allowed her to focus on the needs of families with a special emphasis on children. Ann worked for the Salvation Army as Parent and Children Coordinator Together (PACT) Coordinator, Ann was employed by Catholic Charities as Coordinator of Children's Programs, and she also worked for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Ann also had the pleasure of working at her dream job as Family Support Specialist at Educare. Ann enjoyed an amazing career doing the work she thoroughly enjoyed, helping families thrive.
Throughout her incredible career Melvin and Ann raised four amazing children Shariee, Doreian, Jonathan and Daniel. Ann was a hands on mom who was dedicated to the growth and development of her children. She was no stranger to PTA meetings or Parent Teacher Conferences.
Ann was an active member of the Mt. Nebo Missionary Baptist Church until poor health limited her participation. Ann had a passion for Christ and Bible study. Ann enjoyed memorizing, and writing about what she was studying. Over the years Ann became a prolific writer. Ann was a Texan at heart, who had an independent spirit, a hearty laugh and a bright smile. Ann is survived by her husband; Melvin Clancy, her four children; Shariee (James) Smith, Doreian Broaden, Jonathan (Stephanie) Clancy and Daniel Clancy. The Clancy tradition lives on in our grandchildren Taylor Ann Smith, Adrianna Renee Ann Clancy, Natalia Faye Clancy, Jalen Allen Clancy, and a host of nieces and nephews. Ann was preceded in death by her father Alvin Green; mother, Margaret Green; and sisters, Reva Lefall and Margaret Riley. Ann is now at home with our Lord.