Michael Allen Mabry Sr.

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Michael Allen Mabry Sr., age 57, of Dayton, Texas passed away on Wednesday January 16, 2019. Michael was born April 6, 1961 in Jacinto City, Texas to Calvin Van Mabry and Eyvonne Tera (Rutledge) Mabry.

Left to cherish his memory, wife; Pam Mabry; sons, Michael Mabry, Jr. and wife Sheryl, Mark Mabry, Joey Mabry and wife Amanda; daughters, Melissa Mabry and Jessica Mabry; grandchildren, Brett Smith, Skyler Mabry, Jaxon Mabry, Bryce Farris, Carter Tidwell, Jadyn Mabry, Khloey Mabry, Braydyn Farris, Addison Mabry, Mason Mabry; mother, Eyvonne Mabry and husband Don Laird; sister, Nancy Cooper; brothers, Ricky Mabry and wife Brenda, Kenneth Mabry and wife Roni and host of friends also survive.

Michael was preceded in death by his father, Calvin Van Mabry.

The family will receive guest for a visitation Monday, January 21, 2019 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Brookside Funeral Home, 13747 Eastex Freeway, Houston, TX 77039. A funeral service will occur Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 10:30 AM at Brookside Funeral Home - Grand Chapel with a committal service and burial to follow immediately at Brookside Memorial Park, 13747 Eastex Freeway, Houston, TX 77039.

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

Please support St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital on behalf of Michael Mabry's memory.


  • Gene Tennison, Active Pallbearer
  • Matthew Peeples, Active Pallbearer
  • Lee Mabry, Active Pallbearer
  • Scott Griffin, Active Pallbearer
  • James Walters, Active Pallbearer
  • Lucas Edenfield, Active Pallbearer


  • Visitation

    lundi, 21 janvier , 2019

  • Funeral Service

    mardi, 22 janvier , 2019


Michael Allen Mabry Sr.


Jessica Mabry

27 janvier , 2019

I called you daddy. You were so much more. Words can't describe what you meant to me. A father. A leader. A teacher. A dad. Someone I could always count on. Someone who was always there. No matter what. You never gave up on people. Especially family. The memories I have with you, I'll hold on to them forever. They are what get me though the day. I shed tears writing this. I'm not sure how to live this life without you. I've never known a time when you weren't there. My heart aches. It breaks. Its shattered. For me. For mom. For my brother's and sister. For you. This wasn't fair. Your life was taken way too quick from us. Maybe I'm being selfish. But I miss you. I miss you terribly. But I will rest easy in the simple fact that you are no longer in pain. For that I am grateful. I love you and always will.
Your little girl

Steven Morgan`

22 janvier , 2019

Michael was one of my closest friends when we were teenagers growing up in Wynnewood Acres, I knew his whole family from his Father and Mother, Ricky, Nancy and Kenneth. They treated me like family. I'm shocked and saddened by his passing. May God grant Pam and his surviving family the strength to continue without him, but keep him always in our hearts and minds. God Bless!

Gina Diamond

22 janvier , 2019

Michael was an amazing man. The rock and heart of the family. His leadership and compassion has been passed on to his boys and I know he is proud of all his kids. I was honored and blessed to have him welcome me into his family and share his family with my family. Thank you Michael for giving me a place in your heart. I'm looking forward to seeing you in Heaven!

Terri Dieter

21 janvier , 2019

The Michael Mabry I knew was a bigger than life Texan, a gentle giant in appearance, keenly astute of individual character, and having no time at all for fluff. If he liked you, you knew it, if he didn’t you probably didn’t know it, unless you were dumb enough to cross him, repeatedly. Mike was real, genuine, authentic, a man of few words, with a countenance that, if you were smart, you would feel him out before speaking too soon. A man whose bite could be every bit as big as his bark, but somehow rarely was. What you saw was who he was, no nonsense, no fluff, just Mike.

I never met a man more devoted to his wife. I’ve never known two people who lived life anymore as “one flesh” than Mike and Pam Mabry. They just seemed to ebb and flow with ease. Mike had a trust in his wife beyond what most feel and very few receive. He loved her deeply; trusted her implicitly; and honored her with his words and deeds. He also treated her with respect, because he was real, real smart! ☺ They truly were an incredible team!

The Mike I knew honored and greatly respected God with a pure reverence. He was also very pastoral . There is a heart in a pastor that is like the heart of Jesus. It is a heart to tend and feed, to shepherd and protect. Mike had that heart for his family at home, and his family at work. The employees of CM Service Co. were to him, like his kids. He carried them in his heart and cared about them like family. That was just who he was.

The Mike I knew was generous! I experienced his generosity personally, many times. Right now in Jinja, Uganda there are 38 children who are sleeping on new mattresses and pillows, all because Mike saw a picture. Mike’s heart was big and generous, and chocked full of love.

That’s the Michael Mabry I knew. I am grateful I was blessed to know him! He was a gift to this Earth! And, he left a legacy in those people whose lives are better because he was here!

Nikki Schick (Dwigans)

21 janvier , 2019

I met Mike through his lovely wife Pam and their work with my father Jim Dwigans. Not only did they develop a friendship but I had the pleasure of having one as well through my work with CM Service. Mike always made me feel welcomed and that my knowledge was appreciated. I also learned a lot from him. He was such a great man that loved his company, employees, country and most of all his family that was so dear to him. Over the years Mike and I would have little chats either during lunch or breaks while working. We would discuss some of our favorite subjects of fishing and football and not so favorite subjects like the economy and API. I will always feel some remorse that I never took the opportunity to go fishing with him and the family as he suggested. Perhaps one of the things I will miss most is that he would always give me a hug and a Dr. Pepper for my long drive home. Such a small gesture but an act of kindness I will always hold dear. Mike all these things and more will be missed about you, even though you were a die hard Tom Brady and Payriots fan. (I know he knew I would wrote that lol) May God provide comfort and peace to the Mabrys, extended family and friends.

Lance Gremillion

21 janvier , 2019

Met Mike & Pam at the CM shop a long time ago and will never forget the kindness and professionalism he carried everywhere. The patriarch of the family no doubt. Became good friends with most of the family at the shop and always treasure the times we worked together. I am shocked of his passing as I am sure everyone is. God Bless Mike Mabry go rest high on that mountain brother ! He will be missed by many. He is now working a HOT job up there with so many other greats.

Joni Bowen Maness

21 janvier , 2019

I am flooded with memories as I write this! The first time I met you with Pam. The last time I seen you in October while laughing and joking with me about taking Mom and Brittanee gambling. All the years in between you being a great brother in law to me, a great uncle to all my kids.... a great Dad to yours, a great Husband to Pam....just a Great Guy! You left this earth with a lot to be proud of. You're loved so much and missed more than you know already. As I reflect back on the past, I think about the firework extravaganzas, chasing on 4 wheelers, you encouraging me to ride your chopper....although I was not so sure I could yet I did, your mischievous laugh playing with all the kids and them knowing you were up to something! You've made an amazing mark in this world and touched many people. Thank you Mike for everything! This happened way too soon, no one was ready for you to leave yet God has a bigger plan. Fly High...we know there's Angels among us! I'll always love and miss you!
Pam, Eyvonne, the whole Mabry clan,my heart breaks for you. Please know you are all in my prayers and I love you!

Comular Hightower

20 janvier , 2019

I am without words my heart is heavy, my thoughts and condolences goes out to the entire Mabry Family. Mike was my boss and the best boss I ever had I felt like family, Pam be strong I'm praying for strength for you in this difficult time.

C Hightower

Jennifer Walters

20 janvier , 2019

Uncle Mike was so much more than an uncle to me. He was a mentor, a teacher, and a father figure. Most of all, he was a man who loved his family very much. I am so fortunate to be a recipient of that love. I have so many fond memories of my time spent with him, it's to hard to choose only one to talk about. But I can say this, he was an integral part of my life and helped shape me in to the person I am today. Thank you Uncle Mike, for everything you have ever done for me. I love you and will miss you more than words can express.

Meagan Groce

20 janvier , 2019

I will never forget getting to go to Uncle Mike and Aunt Pam’s house as a kid. In fact, looking back it was one of the highlights of my childhood. Getting to hang out with Uncle Mike was always exciting. Whether he was helping me out with my pigs and steers for FFA, teaching me to play pool, or taking us on rides on the four-wheeler, we always knew when uncle Mike was there there was fun to be had. I will forever cherish those memories that were only made possible by this great man. So thank you uncle Mike, you will forever be cherished, loved and missed.