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Hull, Mary L.

September 16, 1934 - August 23, 2013

Mary Lafaune Hull

September 16, 1934 ~ August 23, 2013

Our precious mother, Bammaw, Maw Mary, and Grandma passed into our Savior’s loving arms peacefully & after a beautifully lived, full life on Friday, August 23rd 2013, at the age of 78. Mary was born September 16, 1934, in Hubbard, Texas.  Her family moved to the Dallas area when she was a young girl and where she remained for the entirety of her life.  She was preceded in death by her parents, John Lee and Willie Iva Mixon; her sister, Tressie Lee Nemeth. She is survived by Daughter, Laurie Pond;  Sons, John Briggs and wife Jorja, Patrick Briggs and wife Denise; grandchildren, Jennifer, Kaitlin, Collin, Amanda, Victoria and Jacob; great-grandchildren, Ilyxus, Sonya, Mikayla, Christian & Caleb; Niece and Nephew, Deanna and David Nemeth; as well as many dear friends.


A Celebration of Life will be held in her memory at the Aria Memorial Chapel in Irving, Texas on Sunday, September 1st 2013 at 3pm.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Amanda Roman at the Aria Preston Road location 214-306-6700.

6 replies on “Hull, Mary L.”

Amanda Roman says:

Bammaw Mary,

Thank you for all the love, laughter & wisdom. You gave freely and often to everyone and inspired all who had the honor of knowing you. You will live forever in our hearts and memories.

We miss you… so much.

Christian, Caleb, Andrew & Amanda

Michael Foster says:

I am so proud to have known you. you were always good to me and I thank you and love you for that rest in peace my friend and looking forward to seeing you in heaven Michael Foster

Laurie Pond says:

My precious mama, 3 days have passed without you here and I miss you so very much. Thank you for adopting me when I was a child and giving me the life I have been blessed with and the 2 most wonderful loving brothers anyone could ask for. Thank you for your patience, understanding, guidance, support and unconconditional love. You have taught me so much. I miss you, your recipe sharing, your wonderful cooking, the laughs and talks we shared, vacations we have taken, all your advice and for helping me to see things in a different light when I was down or angry. Thank you for sharing your family history with me and telling me it was as much my history as it was John and Patricks. I will miss the shows on tv you recorded and saved to watch with me. I love you and will miss you all the days of my life and look forward to being with you again, one day. God please take special care of one your most precious angels and award her generously for all the sacrifices she made for her children and for taking us to church every Sunday and Wednesday so that we may know you and accept you as our lord and saviour.

Mark Leonard says:

Nothing compares to a mother’s love, and few things in life are as painful as her passing. Mary’s grace is reflected in the lives of her loved ones–to know them is to know her. May the hope of the resurrection fill the void that she has left.

Kay Jones says:

Mary my cousin who i just meet through the family history what a Blessing it was only wish we could have meet face to face and for that i am sorry.Mary you was so easy to talk to and i enjoy it so.You thought it was so nice because you and my mom was borned on the same day your sept 16,34 and mom Sept 16,25.I will miss you Mary and i know how much you loved your family and you will be greatly miss from them.Rest well my cousin untill me meet again love Cousin Kay


Thank you my sweet Mary for being you. We have been friends and sisters in our hearts since before your children were born. We went through a lot of trials and tribulations together over the years. The distance we shared never effected our love and help for one another..I lost my sister Joan a few years back and now losing you is like losing another sister..LAURIE,JOHN AND PATRICK, I share your pain.. I lost my Mother 2 years ago. She was 94.I still hurt and miss her terribly. Children, I will keep you in my heart along with your Precious Mother. Laurie, I was with your parents when they brought you home. You were loved and adored from the moment they found out they could have you. All of you remember how much she loved. We shared a lot over the years about our children and she always had good things to say about each of you and how much she loved you. You were her life.

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