Lizzie M McCurdy

September 19, 1935October 28, 2018

Lizzie Mae Hopper McCurdy known as Liz or MeeMaw McCurdy of Greenwood was surrounded by her family as she went to be with her Lord and Savior on Sunday, October 28, 2018.

Liz was born on September 19, 1935 in Lenorah, Texas, where she was raised.

She met the love of her life, Bob McCurdy in Stanton, Texas and they were married on April 3, 1954. They later moved to Greenwood in 1970 where they raised their 3 children. She spent most of her life as a stay at home mom and her children Rick McCurdy and his wife Janice of Luther, Oklahoma, Bud McCurdy and his wife Toni of Greenwood, and Elizabeth Chandler and her husband Andy of Greenwood, her 10 Grandchildren and 20 Great Grand Children will dearly miss her.

She loved her family, Elvis Presley, her dog Dolly Mae, gossip magazines, Publisher’s Clearing House and playing the card games Spite and Malice and Skip- Bo with her grandkids. Liz was a talented artist who loved to draw, Paint, and sing, as a young woman she sang professionally for a while with Hoyle Nix and his West Texas cowboys.

She is preceded in death by her husband, her parents, and her brothers and sisters.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to: Dust Bowl Animal Rescue (DBAR) PO Box 621049 Midland, TX 79711

A graveside service will be held at Evergreen Cemetery in Stanton, TX for family and friends on Friday, November 2, 2018 at 3:00PM.

Services entrusted to Ellis Funeral Home of Midland, Texas.


  • Bob McCurdy, Husband
  • Rick and Janice (Wife) McCurdy, Son
  • Bud and Toni (Wife) McCurdy, Son
  • Elizabeth and Andy (Husband) Chandler, Daughter
  • Mrs. McCurdy is preceded in dead by her husband, parents, brothers and sisters. She leaves behind 10 Grandchildren and 20 Great Grandchildren to cherish her memory.


  • Burial Friday, November 2, 2018

Lizzie M McCurdy

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Sharman (Hopper)Burch

November 15, 2018

I am so very sorry for the recent passing of my Aunt Liz. My condolences to my cousins Rick, Bud, Elizabeth Ann, and families. Just two weeks before her passing I had sent a cheerful card wishing her the best! Every time I see a yellow rose, from now on I will think of her, The Yellow Rose of Texas, as my Daddy used to call her. Love to you all.

Janice McCurdy

November 5, 2018

Been missing you, a week ago today, we had a brief visit on the phone. This all happened so fast. I keep catching myself thinking I need to call you. Check on you. Make you laugh. You are missed.

Love you

Cynthia Hicks

October 30, 2018

Liz McCurdy was my favorite aunt., the youngest sister of my father Tomie Hopper. He called her his yellow rose of Texas. She had a beautiful voice and used to sing with Roy Orbinson many years ago. She could make you feel welcome in her house like no other. Always worried about feeding you enough. She worked for many years at the drug store in Stanton and being friendly, she knew everyone. She will be greatly missed.