Mollie Mae Busby

14 November, 193424 June, 2020

Mollie Mae Busby, 85, of Baytown, Texas, passed away on June 24, 2020. She was born in Teague, Texas on November 14, 1934 to James & Ola Mae Barnett.

She was married to Joseph Ralston Busby for 59 years. Mollie was a member of Victory Baptist Church in Baytown, and had a passion for teaching Sunday School to children.

She is preceded in death by her husband Joseph Busby; parents, James Johnson Barnett and Ola Mae Barnett; and her granddaughter, Patti Bailey.

She is survived by her brother, Derrell Barnett and his wife Paula; her daughter, Debra Weatherly and husband Steve; son, David Busby; grandchildren, Amanda Wheeler and her husband Adam, Kaitlin Busby; great grandchildren, Gabrielle Bailey, Kaylee Wheeler, and Seth Wheeler; nephew, Wes Barnett his wife Angie and their children Brianna and Jimmy; nephew, Mark Barnett; nephew, Clint Barnett his wife Lacy and their children Brayden and Josh; foster daughter, Debbie Askew and husband Jimmy and their family, Debbie Shaw her husband Billy and their daughters Victoria and Makaylah Askew, Christopher Askew and Jacob Askew.

The family will receive friends for visitation on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 from 11:00 am – 12:00 at Navarre Funeral Home. Funeral service will begin at 12:00 in the Chapel of Navarre Funeral Home with Pastor David Cripps officiating. Interment will follow in Cedarcrest Cemetery, Baytown, TX. Serving as pall bearers will be, Adam Wheeler, Wes Barnett, Joey Huff, David Cripps, Jr., Roger Clifford, and Trevan Kemp.

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Due to the Covid-19 mandate in Harris County, all funeral home guest will be required to wear a face mask. Consequently, the practice of safe social distancing limits the capacity of our chapel. Services will be streamed live on the FaceBook page for Navarre Funeral Home and Cremation Services starting at 12:00 pm.



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Pamela Carter

6 July 2020

Mrs. Busby was my Sunday school teacher when I was a little girl. She lead me to Jesus. I still have the Bible she got me for accepting Jesus as my Savior!

Connie Schofield

30 June 2020

I remember how dedicated Mrs. Busby was to serving in the nursery at church when my children were very small. She always had a smile and was so happy. She had a heart of a servant and loved her Lord, church and family.

Valerie Williams

30 June 2020

Ms. Mollie is the most wonderful and kindhearted loving woman I have ever met. She loved her Sunday school class,her family,church and church family so much. Her beautiful smile and great hugs will be missed. She is with her Joe,Patti and loving Savior now! Until we meet again my sweet wonderful friend 🙏🎚✝️🌈❤️💕🥰😊💐💟

Patti Barnett Ansaldo

30 June 2020

I remember when all of you used to come visit us in Kingsville. Judy and I would get so excited. Your mom was so sweet. Had such a caring heart. I know God has a special place for her. Mother told me I was a flower girl in her wedding. I was 2. She kept my dress for a long time so I remember what it looked like. Long and bright yellow. special memories. Pray for comfort in such difficult times. Love, Patti

Ruth McGee

28 June 2020

I remember how dedicated she was to her Sunday School class. Not just anyone can fill her shoes

Debra Parsons

27 June 2020

Mrs. Mollie was such a sweet person. She loved everyone, especially her Sunday School class. She's taught me alot about the Lord, and oh how she loved our Savior. I will miss her sweet hugs on Sunday mornings. Until we meet again my dear sweet friend

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