Meeker, Melissa

June 2, 1960 - May 22, 2015

Anne “Melissa” Meeker, 54, of McKinney, Texas, was called to her eternal home by our Heavenly Father on Friday May 22, 2015.

She was born to the late Robert and Carolyn Jenkins June 2, 1960 in St Louis, MO.  Melissa graduated from Cy Fair High School in Cypress, Texas and attended North Texas State University in Denton, Texas. She married Kelley Meeker April 20, 1986 and had two amazing children, Clayton and Madison.

Melissa was Vice-President of Marketing for Improving Enterprises and was passionate about making a difference in the growth and recognition of the company. She was also the former President of the AMA Dallas Chapter.

Melissa had an undeniable relationship with the Lord. She selflessly served by donating and serving with various charities.  Some of her hobbies included working out, shopping, reading, watching the latest family movie that came out, staying on top of the latest beauty and fashion trends, helping others, and spending time with her children.

Melissa is survived by her son Clayton L. Meeker and his fiancée Whitney Fox of Dallas, Texas; daughter Madison L. Davis and her husband and Zach Davis of Houston, Texas; brother Bobby Jenkins and sister Linda S. Woods of Sikeston, MO; half-brother Scott Jenkins of Sikeston, MO; step-brother Nick Garner of Florida. She also is survived by the entire Meeker family and countless friends and colleagues.


Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252

6 replies on “Meeker, Melissa”

Kim Hite says:

May you forever rest in peace Melissa.

Michael steinberg says:

You were too young and full of life to be gone so soon,

Dawn Eckert says:

I will always remember the days we shared a friendship as sister-n-laws and have always respected and admired you for who you are. I pray for the comfort of those you left behind and rejoice in the glory that you now walk with our heavenly Father.

Alex Edsel says:

My deepest condolences for her family on this very sad death; Melissa was a talented and caring marketing professional, in addition to her family and friends a loss to the marketing community.

Michael Sestak says:

I worked with Melissa at Valtech for 2 years. She always stood out in my mind as one of the best coworkers I ever had. She had every quality one could wish for in a friend. I cannot believe she is gone. The world no longer shines as bright…

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Patty Woodhouse says:

I have learned of Melissa’s passing today. My thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends and colleagues. She was a wonderful woman who will be greatly missed.

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