Pearlie Mae (Tryon) Conely

November 22, 1933February 21, 2021

Pearlie Mae (Tryon) Conely, 87, of Marble Falls Passed away from this earth on February 21,2021.

She was born Nov 22nd, 1933 in Leon County to William and Jossie Tryon. She was preceded by her husband Willie Lee Conely and two daughters, Xandra Ray and Brenda Lee Conely.

She is also preceded in death by sisters; Josephine Robinson & Cindy Smith. Brothers; Bo Robinson, Jody Craig(Dewberry),Frank Brooks(Bendy) & R.T. Craig.

Pearlie attended Leona High School and graduated with a teaching degree from the Mary Ellen Jr College in Crockett TX. Pearlie retired after 44 years working with the Williamson Burnet County Opportunities. She enjoyed learning, teaching, church, children, travel, fishing ,the beach, playing bingo and was an award winning Dominoes player, watching Gun Smoke and spending time with family and friends.

She is survived by a sister, Bertra Ree Robinson, a brother Ural Cal Tryon and 5 Sons, Clark, Peter, Curtis, Vincent and Douglas Conely.

Pearlie has 20 Grandchildren and 41 Great Grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

There will be a graveside service at the Marble Falls Cemetery. Details pending. Pastor George Perry will officiate. Online Condolences may be made at


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MaxAnne Copeland Jones

March 4, 2021

Ms. Pearlie was a very special friend of our family! She was welcomed into our home in the mid-1960's - early 1970's to provide loving childcare for my brothers and I while Mom served as a Teacher at MF Elementary and Dad served as Pastor of the First Baptist Church. We LOVED her dearly and she will forever hold a special place in our hearts! ~MaxAnne

Dana Baxley

February 24, 2021

When I enrolled my son in Headstart, it was Pearlie that made sure we qualified. Always there, reliable as the daybreak, she was someone I knew that could either help or direct me who could. As Marble Falls began to grow, it was heartwarming to bump into her here or there, knowing we had history 'back then.
Pearlie belongs in Marble Falls' history alongside with all that made a difference in the late 1975s-2000s.

Janice Sayers

February 24, 2021

This was the kindest women I knew.I loved the way she helped me and my children,Gregg and Jerry Stapleton.She feed them many
times.We all loved her ,Willie and the boys.They had kind ways and the very best manners.She will be forever missed.If I can help you kids in any way.Butch and I ,Gregg and Jerry are ready.Love you all

joe huguet

February 23, 2021

'Miss Pearlie' is the name I myself and my siblings and parents remember her by as a child growing up and addressed her as. She was a BIG part of our upbringing lives, as we arrived here in Marble Falls in the early 70's attended pre-school in this little town of Marble Falls. She introduced herself to us, helping my mother getting her young kids (us) enrolled to early childhood education as we recognized her as one of the first educators in our lives, Carol, Joey, Cynthia and Layito. We loved her unconditionally as well as our parents did and I guarantee you, she reported who had misbehaved and who was sure to come home with a gold star on our reports, nonetheless, we as kids graduated from preschool under her direction.
AAAAAAAHHHHH, I loved Miss Pearlie. She was a very sweet lady and respected educator within the MF Education System, in our family, and throughout the Marble Falls community.