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Earthman Baytown Funeral Home

3919 Garth Road, Baytown, TX

OBITUARY

Molly Colleen Hix

April 13, 1947June 21, 2020

Molly Shields Hix, of Baytown, Texas, passed away on June 21, 2020 at age 73.

Molly was born in Baytown, graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in 1965 and later received an associates degree from Lamar Tech in Beaumont. She retired from Chevron as a utility operator and later went back to work for the U.S. Post Office in Seabrook where she once again retired.

Molly had a strong impact on the people that she knew and often helped disadvantaged women. She had a tender heart for all creatures.

She was a devoted mother and grandmother.

Molly was born to Madelyn and O.O. “Curly” Shields on April 13, 1947. She is survived by her son Cody Hix of Baytown, her sister Martha “Tata” Myers and husband Craig, step daughter Cherine Rice and husband Tracey, step granddaughter Amanda Warner and husband Russell, and step sons Chuck and Corey Hix.

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Robbie Bennett

June 30, 2020

Molly was one of the sweetest people I have known. We traveled to Mexico together as teenagers. After six weeks being with Molly; she made a distinct impression on me. Always cheerful and bright, quick to pick you up, she was a true gem.
We didn’t see much of each other over the years, but when we did get together, she was still the same loving person, caring more about others than herself. What a gem she was!!

Georganne Gray

June 28, 2020

Molly's smile and dedication to everything she did brings fond memories....I knew her in school at Cedar Bayou, sitting close to me in PE, and as a REL Band member. May these fond memories bring comfort to family and friends. She was a great school friend. Class of 1965

Laura Estes White

June 27, 2020

Molly you will be missed for your great smile and funny expressions. Classmates and friends from Cedar Bayou and then REL. Rest in peace.

Faith Cakebread

June 26, 2020

Molly,
You were my friend for 65 years and many of those filled with good times, from our days in brownies/girl scouts to high school- good memories, and one we laughed about the most when in 7th grade it snowed, we rode to your house after school on the bus, the driver afraid to stop told us to jump off into a snow bank"we did", then threw snowballs at the bus! Oh, my dear friend how I and so many others will miss you. Until we meet again.

Janet Atkins

June 25, 2020

Molly,

You were my first friend when I started the 7th grade at Cedar Bayou Junior High. We were in the band together from junior high through Robert E. Lee High School. You were so much fun when we sat together on the bus in our heavy marching band uniforms while traveling to football games. You invited me to your church (Episcopalian) and, because our heads were to be covered when entering the sanctuary, you placed a Kleenex on my head. Then there was Robbie Bennett, you, and me living in Mexico one summer as exchange students. Whatever it was , you learned quickly. Your positive, happy nature shined. I will miss you, my friend, but we will meet again in Heaven.

Love you always,
Janet

Bruce Mathis

June 25, 2020

Worked with Molly when she first came to Chevron throughout her years there. Fond memories of those days so long ago when we were much younger and it seemed so much of the future awaited us. Saddened to see her and so many of our past coworkers coming to an end of this life.
May God lift Molly and each of them up that their spirits may brighten the ever after.

Nelda Fayle

June 24, 2020

Mollie,
You were always such a kind and loving person. A big smile for everyone and so proud of your son, Cody. You'll be missed, but happy time memories will comfort our hearts.
Sending love to your family,
Bobby & Nelda Fayle

SANDY SOBOTIK

June 24, 2020

Molly Hix was a hoot to work with. She and the employees at Seabrook strove to put humor in the work day. I loved my time with the Seabrook Post Office. Molly stove to make the days fun.

Sandy

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY