David Clayton & Sons

200 W Center ST, Duncanville, TX


Mary Ann Lee

May 4, 1942March 19, 2020

Mary Ann Lee passed away on March 19, 2020 in Dallas, TX. She was born on May 4, 1942 in New Albany, IN. Services pending.


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Debbie Frohriep

March 31, 2020

I had great admiration for Mary I feel honored to have known her have many great memories when we all lived in Tucson Arizona

Patty Atkisson

March 25, 2020

Mary Ann you could never know how much I love you. Even though we were miles apart I never stopped loving you. I know you are in Jesus loving arms now. Walking the streets of gold with Mom and Sonny.

There’s coming a day when no heartaches shall come
No more clouds in the sky
No more tears to dim the eye
All is peace forever more
On that happy golden shore
What a day, glorious day that will be...

Matthew Blackburn

March 25, 2020

Everyday I think of you Grammy . you gave me the strength because you always reminded me to trust Jesus .I remember when you sing . Your beautiful voice ‘amazing grace’ When we even sang ‘yes Jesus loves me , yes Jesus loves.The Bible tells me so’ Calling you everyday made me feel like you rocking me to sleep .Your wisdom rocked me to sleep so that I can have a Good’s night rest .Grammy we had a personal talk that I will cherish forever in my heart .As I call to you in heaven I definitely know you’re looking down and watching over every single one of us . I constantly hear your voice in that one personal song . letting me and comforting me and knowing your are here within . As it’s just hard to know I cannot call you on the telephone ,come and visit and give you a big kiss and a hug .Trust me if heaven has an elevator that you can go and come back anytime I’d come up there in a heartbeat and give you great big bear hugs and kisses 😘 . ❤️It’s hard to say in typing .I’d rather just tell you .I wished I could just call you . But, with that assurance and that beautiful double rainbow 🌈 showed us all that you made it to heavens gates and praising Jesus and most likely singing with that beautiful voice . ❤️ In the gates of heaven .I love you Grammy .31 years you had to deal with me and my drama 😂 but, no matter what you still listen even if it turned out to be at 2 am in the morning.😭 it’s never goodbye as we always say Grammy ‘ see you soon ‘ I’ll see you soon Grammy when my duties are up . I will sing as you want me to because I learned it from the best ( you Grammy. ) and I will share the gospel and love Jesus always . I will serve him and give my full self to him . I will walk with Jesus Christ and follow him as he wants us too . As I will call you In heaven everyday just to tell you I love you.. Ps ,I still have the Bible you and paw paw gave me . See you soon Grammy. In my dreams and when time is up for my earthly duties .For now , ill see you soon 😘🙏❤️

Julie & Kelly Watkins

March 24, 2020

Mary was a wonderful mother and grandmother. She will be missed. She has raised some wonderful children with deep faith. We are sending love and prayers from our family to yours.

Darlene Danberry

March 24, 2020

I have very fond memories of Mary when our families lived in Tucson. We had some sweet times of fellowship together.

Charles E. Lee

March 24, 2020

Mary and I had a double wedding ceremony with my cousin Marclee and Herman Sonny Johnson.
August 17 1961. Mary and I celebrated our 60 anniversary August 2019.
We were real close cousins and friends for many years after that most precious event in our lives.
For over sixty years she remained faithful first to her Lord God and savior Jesus Christ and second to me her husband next her four children, we were all served well by her unselfish love, care and compassion. It was her God given wisdom and guidance and faithful fervent prayers night and day over us all that kept us all safe under the protection and blessings of God’s most blessed gifts. She was always more concerned about others and their needs than she was of herself. She never met a stranger those whom she came in contact with were her friends within minutes of meeting her. She never had enemies except for Satan and his demon spirit followers.
When our children took wives and husband she welcomed them with loving open arms as her own. But her grandchildren and great grandchildren were special to her and she loved them as her very own.
With the recent departing of my wife for heaven there is only one of us left here in sorrow and grief of the leaving of my sweet Mary Ann. There will be no more celebrated wedding anniversaries for me here. But some great and glorious day I will join her again in God’s paradise heaven. Here I have great grief and much sorrow, and pain of broken heart.
Where she is I cannot yet go and she cannot return back to me, but there will be a great reunion in heaven and much rejoicing when we meet again.
I have loved, do love and will continue to love this godly woman, special gift of God to me for the rest of my entire life. There will never be another person in my life that can compare to her for she was indeed the gift of true love, faithfulness and devotion to our Lord God and to her husband and family and many friends acquired throughout the years.

Christine Blackburn

March 23, 2020

Mama you were always our solid rock always praying for us as we were young and growing up as your only daughter you showed me how to be a wife/mother even when I had to call you several times to ask you how to help me with your grand kids when they were little with colic or change a real diaper with safety pins and plastic pants and thru out their years never once got mad when I call you late at night you would either walk me thru the steps or came over to help me out even watched them while I worked. You never once thought
about your self always others before yourself you planted seeds of faith in everyone of us and others you never knew. So mama I know where you are up in Heaven walking with Jesus and all our family and friends and even ones you never knew so mama I’ll see you soon when God calls me home I can walk with you and Jesus on the streets of Gold.
I Love you forever Mama

Robert Blackburn

March 23, 2020

Mother Lee has always been a precious blessing. A warrior for God who lead many to Christ our Lord. Mother Lee always put others before herself . You knew without any doubt, how much she loved family and family events. Most of all and with 100% certainty, you knew where she would spend her eternity. This is not good bye but will see you one day. I love you Mom Lee and thank you for treating me like a son.

Gloria Messmer

March 23, 2020

We have loved you from the time you and Elmer started dating. You’ve been a big part of our family. I so wish we could have came for a visit. We have wanted to for many years but it was not meant to be. We will see you in Heaven one day because we will endure to the end!

Eric Lee

March 23, 2020

I love you and miss you so much mom. Nothing will ever heal the pain of losing you. I miss hearing your voice. I miss waving bye to you when I pull away to head to the airport. I miss taking you sight seeing when I come visit. I miss your wisdom, your kind words, your smile and everything else I get when I visit. I wish you were here to visit us again in Kentucky. I wish you were here to talk to me after a long day or a long night after leaving the ball park working. I know you are looking down on me and I know your spirit is here with me still to protect me when I need it like you did when you were on Earth. No one will ever know how much you meant to me. I thank you for all you and dad did for me my entire life to make sure I was in a position to succeed at whatever endeavor I choice to try and accomplish. Rest In Peace sweet mother. You will be in my thoughts every day for the rest of my life. Fly high and enjoy your wings. Until we meet again.