OBITUARY

Melissa "Missy" Sue Hembrough

16 January, 198111 September, 2021

Melissa (Missy) Sue Hembrough, age 40, of Lumberton, Texas, Born January 16, 1981 in Wichita, Kansas and passed away on Saturday, September 11, 2021 in Lumberton, Texas. Melissa is proceed in death by her father John Charles Hembrough, and her grandparents Ralph (Bud) Hembrough, Gladys Hembrough, Ellen Harris and William (Bill) Harris. She is survived by her mother and step-dad Harriet and Donnie Wolf, her sister Yvonne Duren and nephew William (Billy) Duren. Sister by choice Debra Ann Bailey and Husband Charles. And many cousin and many nieces and nephews by choice.

Missy was a lover of animals and would do anything for anyone. She will be greatly missed by all.

There will be 2 memorials for Missy. The first will be Sunday September 19, 2021 from 2-6p.m. at the Pete Trest senior center in Lumberton, TX the second will be in Kansas the 1st weekend of November official time, date and location to follow.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.forestlawnmpfh.com for the Hembrough family.

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Steph Ferguson

17 September 2021

Missy and I went to Buhler High. She was one of my mom’s students. (Mrs Mitzner). We weren’t super close at any point in Missy’s timeline but always considered each other friends. When she worked the South Pikquik in Hutchinson I often stopped by after my work at the juvenile detention and shelter just to shoot the breeze. After Missy moved back to TX, we kept in touch via Facebook. We made some of the same mistakes in life and dealt with some of the same demons. My favorite memory will always be when I spotted her from a distance at the grocery store. So I started running straight towards her, pushing my cart. I almost ran into her before she looked up… I stopped and said “oh we aren’t playing bumper carts?” The look on her face was priceless. I’m always willing to make an idiot of myself to bring laughter and joy to my friends.

Mary Bray

16 September 2021

Missy, you will be missed. We had some special and funny conversations and shared our love for animals. I know at times life gave you some challenges, but you moved through it. The great love for your Dad was so special and now you will share that again. May God wrap you in His loving arms and be at peace. My prayers are with you.

Samantha Wise

16 September 2021

Gone but never forgotten, gonna miss your sweet sweet face. Fly high miss, I will forever cherish the memories we shared. ❤️

Melanie Criddell

15 September 2021

Gena Powell

14 September 2021

Missy was my neighbor for a short time in Lumberton she lived next door to me and my kids on Pleasure drive. I always remember her smiling face at Dollar general she was a dear friend to me always willing to help anyone in need. You will be missed by many prayers for your family and friends. Fly high angel 🙏👼😢💔

Melanie Criddell

14 September 2021

I am gonna miss you missy you were a great friend / sister to me we had so much fun on our road trips to Portland and all the nights of porch time with deb so many more memories I will cherish Fly high Missy

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