Mrs. Billie E. Mazy, 80 of Pattonville

mazyMrs. Billie E. Mazy, age 80 of Pattonville, died on Sunday, August 2, 2015 in Paris Regional Medical Center.  Graveside Services have been scheduled for Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at 10:00 am at Highland Cemetery with Dr. L.C. Stout officiating.  The family will gather at the funeral home prior to services.  Wood Funeral Homes, Deport have charge of the arrangements.

She was born on January 27, 1935 in Hugo, Oklahoma.  She married James E. Mazy on March 3, 1954.  He preceded her in death on July 24, 2015.  She was also preceded in death by her parents and a step-father, Houston Crouch.

She is survived by her sons:  James Mazy and wife, Tandolyn and Eddie Mazy and wife, Kay all of Pattonville; grandchildren:  Melanie Mazy and D.J. Lawrence; Michael David Mazy; James Paul Mazy; Justin Bailey and wife, Alanna; Brittany Roseberry and husband, Kelly, and Jennifer Noe and husband, John; 13 great-grandchildren; sister, Barbara Lester and husband, Hollis of Van Alstyne; brother, Archie Hulen and wife Carol of Canton.

  1. Terry Short says:

    My Gentle Aunt Billie
    I love and miss you so much.
    Your influence in my life is beyond measure. There are so many things that I miss ,like the way your eyes twinkle
    when you smile .Your soft fragrant smell of fresh flowers .
    Always you knew when a kind word was needed.
    Thank you for everything .
    May all who need your special comfort find it everyday
    popping up in sweet unexpected ways.
    For Eddie and James may God grant your heart’s rest ,
    peace and comfort .
    Love always

  2. Debra Nixon Barba says:

    Dear Eddie, James, and Families,

    Sometimes your friends don’t always know the exact words to say at a time like this.Your hardly ever saw your mother without your father.They loved one another forever.Your mother loved her family, life, gardening, and holidays.James, years ago you told the whole third and fourth grade class. That there was no Santa Claus. I was crushed. I told you there is too. You said, I saw my dad.I was so upset with you that I went home and told my mother.Both of your parents loved, cared, and was there for their sons.You were their pride and joy.I still say think of something funny your mother said or did. Knowing that the Mazy family is in our thoughts and prayers . A amazing, remarkable, and beautiful woman your mother is and always will be in your hearts.Keep the faith.All of you need one another at this time. Keep all the memories of your parents and grandparents close. Let your grandchildren and great-grandchildren know all about them.Love to all.

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