Marion "Mickey" Prince Agerton

10/23/1943 - 08/01/2014 Obituary
Marion "Mickey" Prince Agerton Obituary
Grave side services will be held at Greenlawn Mortuary River Blvd. 10:00am on 08/15/2014.
Mickey was born October 23, 1943 in Memphis Tennessee to Dorothy Harris and Jimmy Oneal. She grew up and went to school in Birmingham Alabama, although she hadn't completed high school when she married, she later received her diploma with two of her son in laws Rick and Fred. She met and married her childhood sweetheart Thomas Gerald Prince and together had two children Tony and Tonya. They were married for ten years when he passed unexpectedly. Mickey then moved to California where she began working at Calcot for many years. There she met many friends that she still has to this day. Mickey was a lucky lady she not only got a second love of a lifetime when she met and married Jerry Agerton in 1971, she was also blessed with his three children Sherry, Calvin, and Debbie. Together they became a family of seven. Mickey was an extremely compassionate and caring woman who was loved by many.
She is preceded in death by her mother, Dorothy Harris, her son Tony Prince, and both of her loves, Thomas Prince and Gerald Agerton. Survivors are her children Sherry Jauch and Jimmy Minyard, Calvin Agerton and wife Lisa, Debbie Billings and Husband Greg, and Tonya Hawks and husband Ricky and her grandchildren Tina Bird, Dustin Hawks and Skylynn, Sandy Tapia, Misty Clark, and Tawnee and Scott Spanel and her great grandchildren Jacob, Garret, Dava, Lane, Braden, Reece, Ryder, Frankie, Peyton, and Haylee. She also leaves behind many nieces and nephews, as well as countless friends who loved her dearly.
Mickeys most enjoyable past times where family dinners, holiday gatherings, shopping with the girls, romantic dinners with her husband (which was sub sandwich a coke and lays potato chips) and towards the end she spent most of her time with her great grandson Braden Hawks watching movies or playing cowboys.
She will be greatly missed, but never forgotten. We would like to thank everyone for being here for us in our time of need.
Published in Bakersfield Californian on Aug. 14, 2014
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