Nannie M. Kidd, age 91, of Alexandria, VA died peacefully on February 20, 2013 at Leewood Nursing Center. She was born on December 20, 1921 in Fairfax, VA to the late George Raymond and Helen Finch King.
Nannie was the beloved wife of the late Howard C. Kidd, loving and devoted mother of Mickey Kidd and his wife Karen of Hernando, Fl, Connie Johnson and her husband Bob of Alexandria, VA, Rosa Davis and her husband Bing of Bishopville, SC, Spencer Kidd and his wife Bonnie of Laurel, MD, and Sally Perkins and her husband Dennis of Bennington, IN, sister of John King of Springfield, VA, Raymond King of Florida and Shirl King of North Carolina, proud grandmother of nine grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by all those who loved and knew her.
Graveside services will be held on Tuesday, February 26th at 11am at Fairfax Memorial Park, 9900 Braddock Road, Fairfax, VA. Please use Burke Station Road Entrace. In leiu of flowers the family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to Capital Caring Hospice, 2900 Telestar Court, Falls Church, VA 22042 or www.capitalcaring.org.

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Fairfax Memorial Park
9900 Braddock Road
Fairfax, VA

February 26, 2013
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

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  1. I will miss my mom very much.She was a great mom that took great care of us when we were growing up and even after we got married. She treated everyone of us equal. She also was a fabulous grandma and great grandma. I don’t know how she raised five children like she did. Mom will be sorely missed by me and everyone else. Mom,I have my glass of wine and am saluting you in heaven. Here’s to you and may you rest in peace. Love, Sally your favorite daughter.

  2. We were sorry to hear that Aunt Margie passed away. We will miss hearing her tell the stories of her life and keeping her brothers out of trouble. Lance and Teresa

  3. I remember many a Sunday when we would head to Edsall Road to visit Aunt Margie and Uncle Conway. This was always a fun visit that included many cousins and family. Margie was a wonderful person who we will greatly miss.

  4. I will miss all of the laughter we shared. Thank you for welcoming me into your family and always telling me how much you loved me. Thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time of great, great loss, and always. Love always~your grand-daughter~ Renee Davis-O’Neil Liam O’Neil

  5. Nannie Kidd, such a sweet lady, always with a smile, having something nice to say, and quick with a little ‘zinger’ usually directed at Spencer. We loved your 7:00 pm telephone calls to check up on Bonnie and Spencer and know that you are still checking on them from a better place. Love you and or thoughts are with Spencer, Bonnie, and Nannie Kidd’s family.

  6. Nannie Kidd, such a sweet lady, always with a smile, having something nice to say, and quick with a little ‘zinger’ usually directed at Spencer. We loved your 7:00 pm telephone calls to check up on Bonnie and Spencer and know that you are still checking on them from a better place. Love you and or thoughts are with Spencer, Bonnie, and Nannie Kidd’s family.

  7. Grandma I will miss you dearly. We are proud to have you in a family. 5 genrations of the Kidd family was a true legacy. We love you.

  8. May God bless you, "The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with my song will I prasie him" Psalm 28:7. May God send many blessings to cheer and strengthen you and always stay close by your side with love and comfort, too. Thanks so much for sharing your beloved mother to half of the teenagers in springfield. She was admired, respected and most of all will be missed. My deepest sympathy to each one of you. Love Brenda

  9. May you find comfort in your memories of your Mom, Nannie. Such a sweet lady, who raised a wonderful man. Spencer, We love you and Bonnie both. Our condolences to your family.

  10. Mom will be missed more than words can say. It will not be the same without her. We will always love her and the wonderful memories will live forever.

  11. Nan, You were the rock of the family, and the heart. I am going to miss you so much. I loved our chats on the couch, and your stories that would often end with something witty that would make me laugh. Goodness you knew how to bring a smile to people’s faces. You are an angel, Nan. And I feel so blessed to have gotten to know you. I have so many of your stories to share with Eva and Ella, your great-granddaughters, who remember you still and will never forget you because I won’t let them. And Shaun — he loves you so much. He spoke of you fondly as the one who raised him. I still have all the trinkets you gave me — the four-leaf clover he brought home to you one day, the Snoopy pin, his little monkey toy that sucked on his thumb just like Shaun did. I have every little note you left in every single Christmas present. I can’t imagine parting with any of it… It’s bad enough that you have had to part from us. I miss you Nan. Rest in peace. Mariam

  12. A Mom is indeed the glue that holds a family together. The nurse, confidant, counselor, and indeed the one we turn to when life isn’t fair, and we need the tender guidance only a mother can offer. We take these moments to mourn and cry, yet, joy in the fact we WILL see her again. Remember the wonderful loving gestures, take time to cry, and take time to be thankful for the joy and love she brought the entire family. Our MANY thoughts and prayers have been with the entire family. May God hold you all in the palm of HIS UNCHANGING HAND! Love and prayers, from your KY family! XXXOOO

  13. Aunt Margie, as I have known her my entire life, was a big part of my early childhood. She was my mother’s confidant, my father’s sister, and a loving and considerate aunt to me and the other children in our family. I will always remember her …

  14. Mom, As I look back in time. I am so happy that God choose you to be my mom. You will allways be in my heart, until the almighty comes for me, to be with you one more time. Mom I love you, Spencer

  15. Mom, you were the most wonderful MOM anyone could have ever had. I will always remember the talks we shared. You had the best sense of humor of anyone I have ever known. You always had a kind word for everyone. We will miss you. Our "Love Always"

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