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Mae Anderson

28 septembre 193216 juillet 2021
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Mae Anderson, age 88, of Pflugerville, Texas passed away on July 16, 2021.

She was born in Trinity, Texas on September 28, 1932 to her parents, Willie Dee and Fannie Mae Bumstead. Mae graduated from Trinity High School shortly before marrying Reverend Edward Poole on July 17, 1950. They built a beautiful life of faith and family throughout their 51 years of marriage. She thoroughly enjoyed being a pastor's wife and ministering alongside her husband at several different church homes across Texas. Mae was also an extremely family oriented person; she shared not only her love of Jesus with her family but also her love of music. She had a beautiful singing voice and played numerous instruments. After many family memories revolving around music, her children inherited that musical passion which, as a result, created a family of musicians and singers. Mae was a wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother; her children and grandchildren meant the absolute world to her and she will be dearly missed by all of them.

Later in life when her sons were adults and starting their own families, Mae began a second hard-working career with the IRS. In 2002, sadness struck the Poole family when Mae became a widow after Edward passed away. A couple years later, Mae's prayers were answered and she found happiness again when she remarried on July 6, 2004 to Mr. William Anderson.

In her retirement years, Mae was a faithful and loyal member of High Pointe Baptist Church where she loved worshipping with her church family, helping others in the community, and accepting the guidance and love of her lord and savior, Jesus Christ.

Mae is preceded in death by her parents; her sister, Marie (Maudine) Reeves; her brother, James Robert Bumstead; her first husband, Reverend Edward Ray Poole; her son, Kenneth Ray Poole; and her second husband, William Anderson.

Left behind to cherish Mae’s memory include her children, Richard Poole, Tim Poole (Brenda), and Gary Poole (Sharry); her grandchildren, Kenny Poole, Jr. (Michelle), Sherilyn Habbit, Tiffany Fry (Brandon), Heather Poole, Brittany Katirai (Anis), Amber Poole, Caleb Poole, Kayla Campbell (Jordan), Cierra Poole, and Makylee Poole. She is also survived by her sister, Stella Weeks (Donald), ten great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild.

Mae was an incredibly kind person, loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She will be dearly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.

Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday, July 23, 2021 at Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home, 14501 North Interstate 35, Pflugerville, Texas. Funeral services will begin at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, July 24, 2021 in the Charles Walden Room of Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home. She will then be laid to rest in Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Cemetery.

To share online condolences or fond memories you may have with Mae, please visit her memorial website at www.cookwaldencapitalparks.com.

Services

  • Visitation

    vendredi, 23 juillet , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    samedi, 24 juillet , 2021

  • Committal Service

    samedi, 24 juillet , 2021

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Tim & Susan Beougher

23 juillet , 2021

We only met Mae a couple of times out at Tim & Brenda’s house. A quiet and sweet spirit. Heather has shared about her many times through the years. Sounds like she was a special Lady. And a prayer warrior! She knew the bottom line!

We can empathize with you all, as it is so hard to be separated from our loved ones. Praying God envelopes each of you in His peace, presence, and love. Trusting the Holy Spirit to comfort you as you adjust to this separation. And believing He will bring joy to your hearts as you share sweet memories of Mae.

With love,
Tim & Susan Beougher, OH

Gary Poole

22 juillet , 2021

Heather Poole

22 juillet , 2021

Nanny was always a giver: of time, love, friendship, compassion, gifts, and of course, prayer. If anyone was in need of anything, she made sure there was provision made for those near her in need. She gave out of the blessings, she received herself, from her Savior.

Her entire lives' dedication and yearning, for constant conversation with God-- that's what will remain etched into my memory, for my forever, until we hug again.

I'm so sorry I wasn't able to be there Nanny! I know you see my heart, and why I wasn't able to come.

I love and respect you with all that is in me! You are so dear and near to my heart. I will forever treasure you, and cherish all the amazing memories we made...

Your Granddaughter, Heather

Gary Poole

22 juillet , 2021

Julie Boone

21 juillet , 2021

We were lucky to be neighbors with Mae and Pat for many years. We loved visiting and hearing all about the family and how much she treasured your get togethers. Mae had a way of making everyone feel welcome and loved and I always left her home feeling happy. We are truly blessed to have had her in our lives and we will always cherish our memories on Rocky Creek Dr. She entrusted the care of Peppy with us and for this we are grateful and he's already won over our hearts. We pray that all the wonderful memories you have sharing time together will bring you comfort.

Kayla Campbell

21 juillet , 2021

Kayla Campbell

21 juillet , 2021

Nanny and her “Pixie”

Gary Poole

20 juillet , 2021

Great Great Granddaughter

Gary Poole

20 juillet , 2021

Fannie Bumstead (Mae’s Mother)

Gary Poole

20 juillet , 2021

At Paul Mitchell Salon

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First time holding baby Emery

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First time holding baby Ronen

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