Mary K. Sutton

August 1, 1930February 8, 2019

Mary K. Sutton was born on August 01, 1930 in Aquilla, Texas to parents, Paul and Frances Koncak. Mary passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her daughters on February 8, 2019.

Mary loved life and more importantly, she loved the Lord. As a devout Christian, Mary loved reading scripture and studying her Bible. Her love for Christ was observed by many.

In her spare time, Mary also loved to travel "everywhere", where she would site see and admire the beauties of the world. Additional hobbies were gardening, where she enjoyed watching the flowers bloom and watching the birds come to the feeders.

Mary was preceded in death by her husband Daniel O. Sutton; father, Paul Pete Koncak and mother, Frances Koncak; and one sibling.

Mary is survived by her children; Mary Jane, Carolyn, Rita, Nancy and Diana; 7 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great grandchild; 3 siblings and many other extended family members and friends.


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Wade Shepard

February 11, 2019

I have fond memories of Ma as a child. I remember fishing with her and Dan the most...always looked forward to it. I remember Ma showing me the chickens and her pet cow. Collecting eggs and picking crops in the small garden are also great memories. I miss her amazing breakfasts as well.

Gary Sutton

February 10, 2019

If anyone has a memory of aunt Mary the memory would be complete when it includes her smile. Her smile brought peace to me and I’m sure many would say the same.

She proclaimed her faith in Christ but in her smile there was persuasive assurance of hope and peace. I am so thankful for her loving testimony.

Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. Through him we have also obtained access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice in hope of the glory of God.
Romans 5:1-2 - ESV

Betty M. Sutton

February 10, 2019

I loved Mary very much and will miss her everyday. Her smile and laughter will be one of the most I miss. So hard to realize she is gone

Charlisha M. Spier

February 10, 2019

Mary Kay. Sutton was my bonus grandma. I never called her my step grandma I have always called her little Mary. She was so tiny and dainty and she has been in my life since I was 6 years old. She was married for years to my Papaw Daniel O. Sutton and shared 2 other bonus daughters from God my mother Mary L. Pediford and My aunt Betty Sue Jones. My Grandma Mary was also preceded in death By all three of these precious people that have been a part of her life for many years. Some of my Fondest Memories of my grandmother are back at the very large farm that they owned the three-story house that they built with their own hands Blood Sweat and Tears, gardening 15 Acres of fruits and vegetables working hard to bring in the Harvest learning how to sew and cross stitch which were just a few of her many hobbies singing and enjoying the presence of the Lord with her and my Papaw around the big spinet piano basking in the presence of the Lord was her favorite place to be. Any gardening questions or growing questions I would always call her but most of all my fondest memory of her is her great big beautiful sweet smile her precious kind nurturing heart and all of the greatness and wisdom that lay within her that she shared with me. I hold that wisdom and the word of God that she taught me deep within my heart it will be with me till the end of my days here on Earth. Grandma Mary's greatest hobby was found within her many writings. She would write for countless hours the things the Lord would share with her and she would also include words of wisdom and several handwritten poems that she would mail out to various people months after months. I have many many of those in my desk here in my home. She was so gifted so talented so wise so beautiful. My Grandma Mary will be greatly missed she was a very Priceless woman of greatness and Lady of God's Grace mercy and love.

Donald Sutton

February 10, 2019

Aunt Mary was always kind and had a smile as big as the sky. I will miss her in life but look for that smile in eternity.