Nancy would say that having a lifelong, fulfilling marriage of 60 years with her husband Eugene was one of her greatest accomplishments. Her other greatest accomplishment was making a good, caring home for their family. Nancy Labrato was, above all, a “people person.” She enjoyed nothing more in this world than getting to know others and appreciating her loved ones.
Mrs. Labrato was preceded in death by her husband, Eugene R. Labrato Sr.; her son-in-law, Norman Kaiser; and her grandchild, Bradley Kaiser.
The family includes her children: Eugene (Dacri) Labrato Jr. of Fairhope, Chris Labrato of Brewton, Lisa (Randy) Winkles of Foley, Rhonda (Steve) Flowers of Magnolia Springs, and Patti (Michael) Powell of Foley; her grandchildren: Nicholas (Holly) Kaiser, Adam (Christina) Labrato, Shannan Sylvester, Blake (Erin) Labrato, Andrea (Aaron) Parra, Chase (Kayla) Labrato, Megan Flowers, Michael (Farrah) Powell, Natalie (Mike Murawski) Kaiser, and Brendan (Cameron) Powell; and her great-grandchildren Mackenzie Little, Bryce and Tristan Labrato, Antonio and Alexzander Parra, Claire Labrato, and Everette Labrato; by many nieces and nephews; and by her faithful furry companion, Baby.
The family received friends Saturday, Nov. 4, at 11 a.m. at Swift Presbyterian Church, with a service following at noon. The body of Nancy Creighton Labrato was laid to rest on the grounds of Swift Presbyterian Church in care of pallbearers Nicholas Kaiser, Blake Labrato, Chase Labrato, Michael Powell, Brendan Powell and Mike Murawski.
Cason Funeral Service, Foley, handled the arrangements. Friends can go to www.casonfuneralservice.com to sign the memorial book.