Nancy Ames Death Hoax – There has been a rumor of Nancy Ames’s death recently. Some have post host her fake death on their Facebook page without confirming it. Following that, we engage in some research into Nancy Ames. We were able to confirm that she is not only alive but also safe, proving that the report that was circulating on social media is completely unfounded.
Who is Nancy Ames?
She is a folk musician and singer from the United States. On the American version of the television program That Was the Week That Was, she frequently made an appearance. The show’s theme song and other original songs were sung by The TW3 Girl.  Ames established Ward & Ames, an event and production business with offices in Houston, Texas, in 1982 and serves as its founder and creative director. The granddaughter of Ricardo Joaqun Alfaro, the president of Panama from 1931 to 1932, Ames was born in Washington, D.C.
She was raised in Washington as a medical professional’s daughter. She went to Bennett College and Holton Arms School, both for female students. She wed the Romanian hypnotist Triaian Boyer in 1964. They got divorced in 1968.  Following the split, she wed golf course designer Jay Riviere. They were divorced after having a daughter named Nancy as their only child.  Since 1972, Ames has called Houston, Texas home. She co-founded Ward and Ames Special Events with her third husband, Danny Ward.
Nancy Ames Career
She is a folk singer with a smattering of Latin music in her repertoire who is signed to Liberty Records; the name of her debut album was Cu Cu-ru Cu-Cu La Paloma. Two of her songs cracked the top 100 in 1966: “He Wore the Green Beret,” which she wrote as a response to Staff Sgt. Barry Sadler’s “Ballad of the Green Berets,” peaked at number 89, and “Cry Softly,” which reached the charts later that year.
From 1972 through 1977, her TV program ran on KPRC-TV Channel 2, the NBC station serving the Houston area. According to Mason Williams’ own 1969 LP, Music by Mason Williams, she is credited as co-author of the song for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. Additionally, “Cinderella Rockefella,” a 1968 global smash hit, was co-written by Ames and Williams.
Ames relocated to Houston, Texas, in the late 1970s, where she used her knowledge of the entertainment sector and her will to succeed as an entrepreneur to launch her own companies. Nancy and her current partner, Danny Ward, established Ward & Ames, a full-service company for producing special events and videos, in 1982. Ward & Ames Special Events received a National Emmy Award for their event execution and video production, with Nancy serving as the creative power behind that evolution. Her experience in the planning and production of events has been greatly aided by her academic background in architecture and design.
Nancy ran a remodeling business that was at the time regarded as one of Houston’s most successful before devoting her career to Ward & Ames. She is also a co-founder of the Plumeria Society of America and the owner of Alfaro, A Nancy Ames Collection, a line of wine-themed jewelry for lovers and experts.
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