Mary Rebecca Bosworth

3 December, 195016 July, 2020

Mary Rebecca Bosworth, age 69, of Dallas, Texas passed away on Thursday, July 16, 2020. Mary was born December 3, 1950.

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Glenda Allen

3 August 2020

Mary, losing you hurts. I have many memories of when we “campaigned” for freedom and against the radicals. You may be gone, but your influence lives. I have commemorated you by contributing to the Trump campaign in your memory. Rest In Peace.

Toni Fabry

30 July 2020

I initially met Mary 10 or so years ago during the Dallas Tea Party
days. What an energetic and passionate person. She was especially committed to her work of cleaning up the voter files in her Dallas precinct as well as encouraging many others to do the same in their receptive areas of the State. She loved Texas and our Nation's Constitution along with the freedoms it represents. We texted back and forth often sharing our concerns and thoughts on current issues of the day. My deepest sympathy to Mary's family. May her soul rest in peace.

Larry Wainer

30 July 2020

Mary Bosworth was an extraordinarily valuable resource to and for to the conservative political community in Dallas County and throughout North Texas, even extending to the statehouse in Austin.
As a First Violinist is to a fine orchestra, Mary was satisfied with and adept at being an expert player who did not require the limelight of leadership in order to put on her best performances for others to benefit from.
Mary was consistently cheerful and usually was not overtly combative, but you need not have been obstructive to her agenda which she would pursue with a passion, even in the face of aggressive opposition.

Chuck Henne

30 July 2020

Linda and I send our deepest expression of comfort to Mary's family. She was a true inspiration to me because of my interest in honest voting. It is so difficult to get people interested in working to keep government officials honest.
Mary never wavered from the task. She was not only a faithful and diligent worker, but also a cheerful friend whose smile and interest in each person made her a valuable contributor to the joy of living.
God be with you in the coming months. The Peace of Christ will never fail you.

God's blessings be upon you, as they were on Mary.

Chuck and Linda Henne
Dallas County Republican Party

Kailea Humphreys

29 July 2020

Thank you for the freedoms you fought to preserve for the next generation. We are all blessed by the fruits of your labor. May God have a special place for you in His government! God bless you and God comfort, provide and protect your family until you're all reunited.

Diane Yates

28 July 2020

From the time I met Mary, I was instantly drawn to her sincerity and sense of purpose. She really will be missed as someone who cared enough to put her passion into action.

T.E. Sumner

28 July 2020

I know of few people who have a spine of steel and a heart of gold, like Mary's.

She will be sorely missed.

-- T. E. Sumner

Sandy Neff

28 July 2020

I miss my Mary Mary, as I liked to call her, so much. She was a GREAT Patriot, who worked tirelessly for her State and Country.
We worked together in the Tea Party for many years always looking for new speakers for our meetings.
She worked for years to document and expose Voter Fraud in our county. She would travel sometimes, a long way to visit and support Tea Parties and other Conservative groups around the state. She made a point of meeting as many candidates as possible and to offer help with their campaigns. She wore many hats in her work to help save this country.
Our Loss is Heaven's Gain.

Kaaren Teuber

28 July 2020

I enjoyed the time I spent with Mary sharing political points of view and fashion items of interest. I am glad I had the chance to know Mary. She was a bundle of fun and a serious conservative. She will be missed.

Helenmay Nichols

28 July 2020

Mary, I'm so sad to hear we'll not be side by side at Casa Linda Tea Party, discussing alleged election fraud, and other concerns we held so dear. I'm so glad to hear of your promotion, saddened for our loss. At least you are now completely at home with the Lord. I will see you as we continue the work the Lord called you to while you were here. You will be looking over our work to make sure it proclaims the truth. Thank you for the privilege of knowing you.

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