Mrs. Emma Mae (Rudd) Titus

November 14, 1961April 5, 2019

Mrs. Emma Mae (Rudd) Titus was born November 14, 1961 to the parentage of Mr. Robert and Mrs. Jennie Rudd in Elysian Fields, Tx. She received her education at Wilmer Hutchins Elementary School and the Dallas Job Corps. Mae married her husband Clifford W. Titus January 7, 2000, and started a career at the City Dallas in 1984. Mae worked as a data entry clerk for the City of Dallas for 28 years, and retired in 2012. Mae was followed in death by both parents. She leaves to cherish her husband Clifford W. Titus, sons Demond Rudd and Devaris “Lil Bit” Titus, daughter Angela N. Bryant, two grandchildren Devaris A. Titus Jr. (Junior) and Eric Randall, two step children Earl Titus and Cynthia Titus, and 10 step grandchildren, her loving sisters Ruby Burrell, Patsy Rudd, Doris, Murleen, Alice Faye, Annie Ruth, and Gloria Jean (Annie Ruth and Gloria Jean preceded her in death), her nieces Lisa (Tuti) Burrell, Angela (Tiny) Wade, nephews Anthony Rudd, Deldrian Keeton, Nathan Keeton, Kelvin Keeton, Jonathan Keeton, and a host of grand-nieces and nephews as well as other family and friends.


  • Visitation & Wake Service Friday, April 12, 2019
  • Homegoing Celebration Saturday, April 13, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, April 13, 2019
  • Committal Service Monday, April 15, 2019

Mrs. Emma Mae (Rudd) Titus

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Tina Johnson

April 14, 2019

We would like to share our sincerest condolences and prayers to the Rudd-Titus family.

On behalf of the Rudd and Williams family (sisters: Dars, Merlean, Alice Faye)— and Leon, Donald Ray, Raymond, and a host of nieces and nephews)

We send our love and support to the family!

Marla Johnson-Hartman

April 12, 2019

To the Family of Mrs. Emma Mae Titus,
Although I never met Ms. Emma, I feel in my heart that she was truly a special lady that will be missed greatly. I have the awesome pleasure of teaching her grandson, Devaris Titus. Earlier this week, he pulled me to the side and discussed the passing of this beautiful matriarch. I expressed my deepest condolences to him and told him not to worry about the assignments that he would miss on Friday.

I will keep all of you in my prayers, especially my student Devaris. Losing your grandmother at the age of 12 (almost 13) is very tough, but if anyone can persevere and make it, Devaris can. I've seen his strength daily, as he continues to work hard to achieve all of his goals and I'm sure that he'll never forget the courageous battle that his loving grandmother gave in fighting cancer. Again, my thoughts and prayers are with the entire Titus family.

Peace and Blessings,
Mrs. Johnson-Hartman,
Berry Middle School
7th Grade Reading Teacher

Veraina Boudreaux-Eskridge

April 11, 2019

Angela and D :

We are sorry for your loss and you and your family are in our prayers. Every since I met you, I feel like I have known Ms. Mae for years! May she rest in peace and know that you and D will see her again in God's promise New World! For the bible says in Revelation 21:3, 4.“God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

Veraina and Eddie Eskridge