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Anderson - Clayton Bros. Funeral Home

305 N Jackson St, Kaufman, TX

OBITUARY

Martha Virginia Kyser

January 12, 1940April 30, 2020
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Beloved family matriarch Martha Virginia Burroughs Kyser of Cypress, Texas passed on Thursday at the age of 80. She is survived by her husband, TM Kyser; her daughter, Donna Kyser and husband, Scott Collins, of El Paso; her daughter, Joy Rushing and husband, Mark, of Waxahachie; her son, Don Kyser of North Richland Hills; her son, John Kyser and wife, Danette, of Houston; her brother, Warren Burroughs; her sister, Joanne Fougerrousse, 14 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and one sweet dog, Tucker.

Martha was born January 12th, 1940, in Dallas, Texas. In 1958, she began 61 years of loving marriage to TM. She lived in the Dallas and Houston areas before settling in Cypress in 2010.

Martha dedicated her life to the service of Christ through her work with Gospel Advocate Bookstore, Trinity Oaks Church of Christ, Rolling Hills Church of Christ, and Jersey Village Church of Christ.

The impact of Martha’s love and compassion is manifest in the lives of her family and friends, and in the outpouring of kind messages, memories and condolences received upon her passing. Gramma was loved, and she will be missed.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Jay Howard
  • Matthew Kyser
  • Chris Kleiber
  • Jeremy Klieber
  • Daniel Rushing
  • T.J. Rushing

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, May 9, 2020

Memories

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Dale Foster

July 11, 2020

Martha and Sharon had a mutual love for teaching the Word of God to children. I treasure both of their memories.

Jane Campos

May 7, 2020

TM, I'm so sorry for your loss. Lifting prayers for you and your family during this difficult time. Hugs, my friend.

Jennifer Kyser Nieto

May 5, 2020

Grandma thank you for all of the wonderful childhood memories. From sizzling summer, leadership training for Christ, to the day I walked down the aisle. You were always by my side. I miss our daily text conversations, I miss our laughs, I miss your “short cuts”,I miss seeing your beautiful smile. You have always been my rock. So full of love for God, Family, and everyone you met. I will forever miss you. I’m so proud to be called your Granddaughter. Like you always said “love you back, over and over!” I love you forever and ever.

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