LOCK HAVEN - Nancy Moore was named 2012 Valentine Sweetheart by Xi Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at the sorority's annual Valentine dinner party at the Moose Lodge Family Center.
A 34-year member of Beta Sigma Phi, her loyalty to the sisterhood. together with her "delightfully sweet spirit," according to her fellow sorority sisters, made her the ideal successor to former queen Mary Warner.
The evening featured a festive social hour and dinner, followed by the queen's coronation. At the end of the evening, the new queen received a gift of flowers and jewelry.
Nancy Moore is Xi Epsilon Sigma’s Valentine Sweetheart of 2012
Nancy grew up as the oldest of four children on a working farm near Howard. She is a graduate of Lock Haven High School. She and her husband Dean are parents of two sons, Todd and Timothy, and she also is the proud grandmother of six grandchildren, Evan, Gabrielle, Allison, Nicholas, Noel and Joseph Moore.
Nancy has held several secretarial positions throughout the area, beginning at American Color and Chemical in Lock Haven. She retired from Mill Hall Chiropractic almost 30 years later.
She said she is very much in demand these days, attending her grandchildren's athletic events and other activities. An avid reader, she enjoys camping, crocheting and weekly Bible coffees. She also is an active member of the Nittany Valley Lions Club, Clinton County Fair Association, a book club, Red Hats and the Lamar United Methodist Church. She attends the monthly meetings of a local Christian Women's Club sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries.
As a longtime sorority member, Nancy has held many elected and appointed offices as well as committee memberships. But more importantly, according to her sorority sisters, she "exemplifies friendship," the essence of Beta Sigma Phi, and "has an aura about her that enables one to feel the warmth of her welcome at the first hello."
Nancy's mantra in life is a line from an old hymn, "God will take care of you" ... a truth she lives by each day.