OBITUARY

Mary Louise SCRUTCHIN

September 25, 1930October 10, 2020
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Mary Louise SCRUTCHIN was born on September 25, 1930 and passed away on October 10, 2020 and is under the care of Paradise Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on October 26, 2020 at 11:00 am at Paradise Funeral Home, 10401 West Montgomery, Houston, TX. Graveside Service will be held on October 26, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Paradise Cemetery North, 10401 West Montgomery, Houston, TX.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, October 26, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Monday, October 26, 2020

Memories

Mary Louise SCRUTCHIN

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Eugene/Patricia Butler

October 26, 2020

The Butler Family will truly miss Sis.Scrutchin.she was apart of our family too.We have many memories of her.
Praying for the family.
We love you all.

Carla Johnson

October 26, 2020

Aunt Billie, my dad's big sister; my mother's Sister-In-Law!
Together in Heaven, enjoying the grace of God!
Aunt Billie and Uncle Ton Ton!

Aunt Billie, as I will always know you as; such a kind and loving person; smiling, happy, always ready to chat. So excited to hang with her California relatives!

Memories are forever; cherish every one of them, but more importantly, honor your Mother's life by living yours as she would want, and expect you to do!

This is how you will always stay connected in spirit, always.

Peace and Blessings to Troy, Kenneth, Johnnie, Angela, Jack, and the entire Scrutchin family! Lots of grands, great and great greats; cherish
and respect the time you were allowed to experience your Grandmother.
A living "HISTORY BOOK" 90 YEARS STRONG!

We love you and are with you always in spirit.........

Carla and Vera, (Widow of Elton Mulkey-Uncle Ton Ton!)

Duane Smotherman

October 26, 2020

It is with deepest heartfelt sentiment that I wish to convey my sincere condolences in the transition of our beloved family member, Mary Scrutchins. Honoring a life fully lived, her legacy is well intact. May Love, peace and blessings surround her home going. All my fervent prayers and messages of comfort to the entire family during this time of personal reflection.

Love Always,
Duane Smotherman

Kenny Mulkey

October 26, 2020

Dear Family,

To Troy, Angela and the entire Scrutchin Family:

We were so sorry to learn of the passing of our dear “Aunt Billie”. She was the best! Always sweet, humble and kind, yet strong. Aunt Billie had a love for her immediate and extended family and I always loved seeing her when she visited California and when I came to Texas to play basketball.
Aunt Billie had a smile that would light up any room and a tender heart as well. There were times she would cry upon seeing us, leaving us, or at times in a meaningful conversation. When she looked at you, you knew that she was very proud of you and truly loved you.
It’s hard to believe she is gone. She will be missed. May the Lord comfort, strengthen and give the family His peace (John 14:27). We ( the Mulkey’s) love you and look forward to speaking to you soon.

Sincerely,

Kenny Mulkey, Nephew

Mr Chan'dler ii

October 26, 2020

Thanks for your love when I was at Mount Calm; I will never forget you. Now to the family, may GOD ALMIGHTY give you peace at this time. Rev. J. E. Chan'dler II






Sylvia Millett

October 25, 2020

To my Cousins,
You have my deepest sympathy.
Your Mother blessed so many with her faith and kindness.
Praying that you all find comfort in your memories of her.
I am keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Love your Cousin,
Sylvia

Sara Hudgins

October 21, 2020

To my dear cousins, sending our prayers and condolences to you.
Your mother will be greatly missed. I still remember the times when me and my Aunt Mary would come to your home and visit with your mother and Aunt Carrie. So on behalf of the George Holland family we want to let you know you all are in our prayers. We send all our love to you all. Rufus and Sara Holland Hudgins, Jerry & Helen Holland Darnell, JT & Lethia Holland McClinton, and Shirley and Fred Holland.

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Biography

A celebration of Life

Mary Louise Mulkey was born to Edna and Wardie Mulkey on September 25, 1930 in New Braunfels, Texas. She was educated in the New Braunfels public schools. She accepted Christ at an early age and was a member of Live Oak Baptist Church in New Braunfels, Tx. She was active in the church. She served on the usher board, sung in the choir, and participated in other organizations in the church.

After moving to Houston, Texas in 1971 she united with Mt. Calm Missionary Baptist Church. She was very active and loved her church and church family. She served in the Mission, the Pastor’s Aide, and was also the President of the Choir, and the Announcement Clerk. She helped with the Youth Department and was part of the Cafeteria Ministry. She also worked with the Janitorial Staff, keeping the church tidy. She was always willing to help, wherever there was a need. She remained a faithful member until God called his servant home on October 10, 2020.

Mary Louise Mulkey was united in holy matrimony to Clyde Scrutchin, Sr. on June 16, 1948. Six children were born to this union. She was preceded in death by one son; Clyde Scrutchin, Jr. She leaves to cherish her memory Johnnie Scrutchin (Myrna), Kenneth Scrutchin (Carmen), Troy Scrutchin (Jacinta), Angela Smith (Darrell-deceased), and Jack Scrutchin (Nancy) all of Houston, Texas. Also cherishing her memory are a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, great- great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.

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