OBITUARY

Lue Massey Mallard

February 11, 1933January 15, 2019
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Lue Massey Mallard of Croton-on-Hudson, NY formerly of Dallas, TX, passed away on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. She was 85 years old. Lue was born on February 11, 1933 to the late E.S. Massey and Jewel Massey née Brawner in Archer City, TX. Lue lived life to its fullest. She literally lit up a room upon entering! Lue was fortunate to travel the world and experience many different cultures and loved adventure. Lue spent her past five years living in New York, surrounded by her loving children, grandchildren and great grandkids. She is survived by her beloved daughter, Melisa Basso-Hope and her husband Richard Hope; adoring grandchildren, Jeremy Basso and his wife Aaron, Rory Mallard and his wife Amy, Cami Basso, Ashley Mallard and Courtney Clements and her husband Brandon; caring brothers, Bill Massey ,Edward Massey and sister Patty Dishroon, and her cherished great grandchildren, Tyce, Griffin, Avery, Caiden, Lennon and Ella. Lue was predeceased by her husband George L. Mallard in 1981 and her sons George A. Mallard in 2014 and Jon M. Mallard in 2017. Memorial Visitation will be held on Friday, January 25, 2019 from 4 to 7pm at the EDWARD F. CARTER FUNERAL HOME, 170 Kings Ferry Rd., Montrose, NY. A Memorial Service will be held following at 7pm also at the funeral home.

Services

  • Memorial Visitation Friday, January 25, 2019
  • Memorial Service Friday, January 25, 2019
REMEMBERING

Lue Massey Mallard

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Annette Sutherland

January 26, 2019

Lue will surely be miss but I’ll hold on to the memories .... There are some who bring a light so great to the world that even they have gone the light remains. Sleep In Peace my friend

Flo Jeltsch

January 24, 2019

I'm sorry for your loss Lisa,my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family .
Flo

Renee Profitt

January 22, 2019

No one can make me laugh like you! I will love and miss you forever and I’m so thankful for all the memories. Growing up would not have been the same without your family. It was hard the times you were far away, but I always looked forward to the “next time”. So thankful for Lisa and the time you had together. Hoping that the “next time” I see you will be a reunion with mom, dad, Uncle George, George Allen, Jon Mark and LOTS of stories. I love you.

Rhonda Matzek

January 21, 2019

I was lucky to meet Lou and have a couple of meals with her when she lived in Dallas. She was such a delightful lady - I immediately felt like we'd been friends for years. She was one of those people who touch your life, if only for a short time, who you never forgot.

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