OBITUARY

Mary Frances Carr Pitts

February 11, 1923September 4, 2013

Mary Frances Carr Pitts left this life to join her Lord on September 4, after ninety years of giving lovingly to her family, friends, church and community. She was preceded in death by her husband of thirty-four years, Uel Edwin Pitts. She was born February 11, 1923 in Dallas Texas to Joseph Bernard and Alice Kinney Carr. Mary Frances graduated from Ursuline Academy of Dallas in 1940 and later attended the University of Texas at Arlington. She was wed to Uel Edwin Pitts on May 25, 1943. Mary Frances was a devout Catholic and active in her church and the schools of her five children. She treasured her family and faith.She worked as a bookkeeper and accountant for several firms, most notably the Joe Foster Company. Mary Frances is survived by her five children: Terrance Joseph Pitts, his wife Patricia; Cheri Ann Amy her husband, Wayne; Uel Edwin Pitts II, his wife Paty; Allen Carr Pitts, his wife Ginger and Victoria Sue Lattner, her husband Doug. Eleven grandchildren: Michael McAleer Pitts, Carra Regina Brown, Brian Patrick Pitts, Jeffrey Bryant Amy, Scott Patrick Amy, Uel Edwin Pitts III, Ashley Lattner Young, Nicole Lattner Fox, Kathleen Elizabeth Pitts, Colleen Rosemary Pitts, and Philip Alexandrovitch Pitts; and seven great grandchildren: Caralyn Nicole Brown, Connor Timothy Brown, Catherine Elizabeth Amy, Nicole Frances Amy, Avery Elizabeth Pitts, Andrew Joseph Pitts and Wyatt Douglas Young. The Rosary will be led by Deacon Ken Reisor, Sunday, September 9, at 5 PM, Sparkman Hillcrest Funeral Home, 7405 West Northwest Highway. A Memorial Mass will be held, Monday, September 10, 10 AM, Saint Thomas Aquinas Church, 6306 Kenwood Avenue, Dallas, Texas with Very Rev. John Libone, Celebrant. If desired the family requests that donations be made to Ursuline Academy of Dallas (ursulinedallas.org) or Jesuit College Preparatory (jesuitjpc.org).

Services

  • Rosary Sunday, September 8, 2013
  • Memorial Mass Monday, September 9, 2013
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Mary Frances Carr Pitts

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Randy & Carolyn Labac

September 10, 2013

Terry, Cheri, Uel, Vicki & Alan.....So many fond memories of your mom, the Pitts and the Carr family gatherings. Your mom was always the perfect hostess and always ready for some lively conversation. Sorry we can not be in Dallas to offer our personal condolences, but all of you and your families are in out prayers.

Phyllis and Paula Wilbourne

September 8, 2013

Mary Frances was such a delightful friend who did not hesitate to join my mom on adventures out to eat or go line dancing. We would make sure to call her when I was in town to visit. I loved listening to her stories about her family and the rich history of things she had seen through her life in Dallas. She had the best stories to tell and had a skill for painting a vivid picture of the world. We treasured her as a friend and will miss her company.

Dawn Carr

September 7, 2013

Aunt Mary will be missed by many.She was so proud of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Each time I spoke with her she gave me a detailed update about what each of you had been up to and any plans for the future that you may have had. I'm sure she is up in heaven dancing up a storm.

Leslie Mitchell Turner

September 6, 2013

September 6, 2013

I feel a hole in my heart. Mary Frances was a very dear friend and mentor when I started in the business world. She took me under her wing and treated me like part of her family. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of her family. She will be dearly missed on this earth. Her laugh was contagious and heart warming. I loved her dearly. Proverbs 31:29. God now has an angel on high! All my love, Leslie Mitchell Turner.

FROM THE FAMILY