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Mary Meeks-McMahan
BURLESON — Mary Meeks-McMahan 59, passed away Saturday, Apr. 24, 2010 in Fort Worth.        Funeral: 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Anthony’s Episcopal Church in Alvarado. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Interment: Glenwood Cemetery in Alvarado.        Mary was preceded in death by her brother, Ronald Meeks.        Survivors: husband, Garland; children, Carrie McMahan and Patrick McMahan and wife Angela; parents, Carrie and Cecil Meeks; grandchildren, Makayla McMahan, Tovoyia Simpson and Braylan Warren; siblings, Debra Street and Donald Meeks.
Condolence Messages

29 Responses

  1. Debra and I want to express our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to a wonderful lady and her family. We were so sorry to hear this news. I’ve been out of touch for quite a while and now regret that I have not stayed in touch. May God’s comforting hand be placed upon all of you.

  2. My heart and prayers go out to each of you. I worked with Mary at First American and she was always an encouragement and help to me as I learned to examine titles in Texas. For the first year our desk were beside each other and she was always a joy to be around. I am thankful for her having touched my life. I will never forget the little pink piglet cap that she bought just for my little girl Ali when when she was a baby.

    May our great God give you comfort, grace and mercy for each day as you begin your journey in life without Mary with you.


  3. I’ve known Mary since 1975 and she seemed more like a sister than a friend. She always knew when to say the right thing. Many times over the years we talked and I came away from the conversation with a different feeling about things. I’m glad the last time I saw her I told her I loved her. I didn’t see her as often as I should but at least she knew how I felt. I’m so sure she will be missed tremendously but I know in my heart she’ll be in Heaven smiling down upon all of us.

  4. To Mary’s family, I am sorry for your loss. I worked with Mary and she always had a smile on her face. She was a wonderful lady and will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  5. Mary was a wonderful person I will always remember with fondness each time I think of people I have worked with.

  6. My Mimi. was a good person and I will miss her story of the two princess, Tovoyia and Jacsi and the Grumpy Old troll, Pappy.

  7. Debbie,

    I am going to miss Mary very much. You are both family to me and have been for many years. My thoughts and prayers are with you!


  8. I sure will miss when I am leaving and walking to my car and hearing “have a good evenin”. Mary will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  9. To the family and friends of Mary I am so very sorry for you’lls loss… Mary was a sweet..funny person..and will be missed very much.. I remember Mary always whistling..when she would see us going to lunch she would say often come back and we would laugh and I say we may.. she was such a pleasant person… May she rest in peace and may God be with all the people who have lost Mary…

  10. My condolences to the family for their loss. Mary was a sweet and caring person. I truly enjoyed working with her and knowing her. She will truly be missed.

  11. I only knew Mary for the past 6 1/2 years but it feels like I have know her longer than that. She was always smiling and laughing. I could be having a bad day and she would make smile or laugh. When I smile from now I will know it is Mary making me smile from above. I will truly miss her.

  12. Mary you was right! “God don’t like ugly!” so I have been trying not to be ugly 🙂

    Mary will be missed by a lot (that is an understatement) of family and friends that she is temporarily separated from. She accomplished much in spreading love on this earth, her love and the love of Christ.

    Mary could always be depended on to give sound advice. It may not have been what I wanted to hear but I always knew she was right.

    I have pictures and fond memories to reflect on to be reminded of Mary’s interaction in my life and times shared together. But that is merely a flash in time compared to the time I know and look forward to spending with her in eternity.

  13. So long as our memory is kept in the hearts of those we leave behind, we never truly die.

    I am happy to have known you Mary, and will miss seeing you at work.

  14. Mary I will remember you by your kindness, smile and by the way you whistled like a happy bird.

    May your family find peace and comfort in this difficult time.

  15. Mary was a very sweet lady and would go out of her to way to help you out. She will be missed.

    Our prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

    Chris Brashears

  16. The world is a much sadder place without Mary. I was only lucky enough to have known Mary for the past 5 years, but I feel as though I have known her my entire life. There was not a single day that Mary failed to make me smile. One of the kindest, funniest, wittiest people I have ever known. I miss her every minute of every day, but I know she is happy which makes me happy. God has called her home.

    I will always love her like no other.

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