OBITUARY

Mrs. Leota L. Tucker

June 5, 1936June 28, 2019
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Mrs. Leota L. Tucker was born June 5, 1936 in Fort Worth, Texas to parents Loyd and Donna Lee (Duty) Crumpton and entered eternal rest on June 28, 2019 at the age of 83. Leota was a hard working, family oriented, classy, loving lady that always put others first. She was good with numbers which lead to a career that spanned 40 years as a bank teller at several different banks including; Mabank Bank, Dallas National Bank, Oak Cliff Bank and Southwest Savings. Leota was a fantastic cook with a dry sense of humor that enjoyed crochet, crossword puzzles, fishing and traveling in a RV (Camping). She was active in the community as a member of Mabank Church of Christ, involved with Bowles Home Orphanage and volunteering at nursing homes, where she helped with hair styling. Leota was an amazing woman who will be tremendously missed by all who knew and loved her. Leota was preceded in death by; her parents Loyd and Donna Lee (Duty) Crumpton, brother Loyd "JR" Crumpton, brother Robert Crumpton and grandchild Robert James. Leota is survived by her loving husband, James "Jimmy" Tucker; son and wife Jim and Marie Tucker; son and wife David and Jill Tucker; daughter and husband Gail and David Dailey; daughter Michele Cole, grandchildren; Jason Tucker of Gun Barrel City, Tony Tucker and Sarah of Marshall, Chris Pugh of Mesquite, Kaytlyn Tucker and Glenn Kasper of Saginaw, Sean Dailey of Frisco, Liam Dailey of Frisco, Meagan Ray and Clark Smith of Plano, Aidan Cole of Mesquite and eight great-grandchildren. Leota also leaves the ones she called "Shug", the friends and family friends that called her "Aunt Leota", other loving family members and many more friends to cherish her memory.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, July 2, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, July 3, 2019
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, July 3, 2019

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