Nina Hankins Jordan • July 19, 2022

Nina Hankins Jordan, a devout Christian and loving mother, passed away in the early hours of July 19th, 2022 at the age of 57. After her year-long courageous battle with cancer, she died peacefully in her home in Pensacola, surrounded by loved ones.

Nina was born in Dalhart, Texas to William Clyde Hankins and Betty Jane Brennan. She graduated from Tyler Junior College with an Associates of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene. Nina touched many throughout her career with patients enjoying her spirited demeanor. In her free time she loved spending time at the beach and watching football, more specifically, the Dallas Cowboys.

Nina was influenced by her family to be a loving and caring woman, always giving her time to others. She balanced work and motherhood effortlessly, showing an unwavering devotion to her children’s lives. She ensured they participated in their travel sports teams year round, never missing a game in attendance. Other families remember Nina for this reason; she took part in every school function opportunity that a parent could.

Nina is survived by her parents; her daughter Savannah; her son William; her sister Lisa; and her two brothers, Billy and Joe.

To honor Nina’s memory, the Pensacola Celebration of Life will be held on the 29th of July, at Liberty Church Blue Angel Campus, 2221 S Blue Angel Pkwy Pensacola, FL 32506. Visitation at 2:00 pm followed by the funeral service at 3:00 pm. Please wear whatever color you prefer as requested by Nina’s family. Flowers, donations, and condolences may be offered at Liberty Church: (direct link to donate)

The Texarkana Memorial Service will be held at the atrium on the First Baptist Church campus (3015 Moores Lane, Texarkana, TX 75503) on Monday, August 29, 2022 beginning at 2PM.

  1. Kim Manning says:

    Rest easy girl!! I’ll always cherish our funny talks at Myrtle Grove and I know your dancing with the angels!! You will always be remembered and loved!! I’m heartbroken!! Save me a seat beautiful!!

  2. Elaine Pierce Barth says:

    My dear dear friend, you will be greatly missed. My eternal gratitude for the wonderful care you took of my mom and my furbabies. Luna & Mamakitty loved you are much as you loved them. Love you! RIP
    Elaine, Emily, Kelly

  3. Pamela Mohandessi says:

    I know my mama will be happy to greet her friend Nina. Thank you for being you. Caring, supportive, funny. You will be missed ❤️

  4. Karen Stacks says:

    Nina was a class mate ,always smiling and sweet.She will be missed by all of her class mates.We are a family the Texas High class of 1983. Rest easy Tiger

  5. Suzanne Camet says:

    I Love You my sweet friend! Thank you for over 15 years of amazing memories!! ♥️😇♥️

  6. Cheryl Lamont says:

    My beautiful Nina i am so thankful to have been blessed to have you as my friend . You are such a amazing strong caring an loving mom.I will sure miss my Dallas Cowboy buddy. we have had some crazy times together. Thank you GOD for bringing Nina into my life it will not be the same . without her. I know you are no longer in any pain. Thank you Jesus for that. Until we meet again love and hugs and make sure you save me a seat at the cowboys game.

  7. Sara & Herman Barnett says:

    Nina was such a delightful & caring friend & student. Nina also taught my daughter to sing 🎶. Nina was a joy & will always have a special place in our hearts. Rest in the arms of Jesus😇🙏🥰

  8. Betty Hankins says:

    My beautiful baby daughter, a Blessing from God , gone too soon but at peace and no pain with her Heavenly Father🙏
    She takes a part of me with her. I will miss her every day and life on earth will never be the same . Missing you and loving all our sweet memories . Thankful for the 57 years we had together 🙏❤️😘✝️


    I am so sorry to hear this…. Prayers to all of your family Betty.

    Prayers for your comfort and love.

  10. Sheri Myers Cook says:

    Nina was a kind and beautiful lady
    You will be missed my dear class mate and friend thinking and praying for your family

  11. Shelley Dill says:

    Nina was a true treasure! I only had the pleasure of her smile twice a year and she always made going to the dentist enjoyable. Rest well little lady ❤️

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