OBITUARY

Mary Sue Clay

August 12, 1944November 23, 2018

Mary Sue Clay was born on August 12, 1944 and passed away on November 23, 2018 in Merced, California.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, November 29, 2018
  • Graveside Service Friday, November 30, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mary Sue Clay

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ELLEN STEVENS

December 3, 2018

I have know Mary Sue all through high school and when we were out of high school she is the one that introduced me to my husband during the Chowchilla Fair. We were married to good friends and we spent many hours in many different situations. But, most of our time was spent together working on Chowchilla High School Class Reunions. Both for our class and for the all school reunions. She always volunteered to take on any project that came up and I know there were times she took on too many projects, but she loved to help and she was a hard worker.
Our class and our committee will miss her, but we are so thankful that she loved Jesus and turned her life over to him. Rest in Peace Mary Sue.
With much love until we meet again. May God give your family peace and understanding. Ellen Stevens

Karen Esteves

December 2, 2018

God bless you in your passing I will never forget you for all the things you did for Carmen. She loved you and thought the world of you and Armon and your children. I pray you are all together and having many good times and laughs as you did in the past. We will always be grateful to you for all of your hard work, time, kindness, and company. Dance with the angels sweet lady you deserve all the happiness heaven has to offer!
Much Love,

Karen Esteves and all the Esteves family

Touche Brunner

November 30, 2018

I have had the joy of knowing Mary in our Bible Study class for many years. We grew all together with her as friends and we shared joys and for the last year her struggles. Mary never complained, and even though she was suffering, she always had a smile. She had her special place in our study each week! We prayed for healing for her for over a year, and our Precious Lord and Savior did heal her completely when He took her home to the place He prepared for her. Mary knew her Savior, and I know that when she was ushered into Heaven, her adorable ball cap was changed for a crown. My last time with her, she was in her chair in study with her Bible open and we were studying the Word! How precious that is to me! Mary will always have a place in my heart as well as many others. Our friendship will go on forever and I am grateful for her and her dedication to our study and to her Savior! I am thankful God brought her into my life!

DAWN COOKE

November 26, 2018

I have many great memories of great times with this wonderful woman. I am truly blessed to say I was able to call this lady a friend. Had fun times watching Dennis, Tim and Denise race. Mary Sue lived her life around her husband and her kids. But was also just as independent. RIP Mary Sue. You and Armon are side by side again. Watching over your kids. And supporting the grandbabies!

FROM THE FAMILY