Mary Lavonne Hutson

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Mary Lavonne Hutson (nee Allen), 76, of League City, Texas went to be with her Lord at 5:50 p.m., October 30, 2016, in New Orleans, Louisiana. She passed away after a long struggle with a heart condition. Mary Lavonne Allen was born in Gilliam, Missouri on March 13, 1940 to Wyatt and Mary Elizabeth Allen.

Mary was a diyer, woodworker, accomplished seamstress and artist. During her career, she operated her own home cleaning business and then worked in retail for 36 years, first at Montgomery Wards and ending at her beloved Macy's at Baybrook Mall in 2016. "Miss Mary" as she was affectionately called, touched the lives of her family, her friends, her children's friends, her co-workers, and all whom she encountered.

She is survived by her husband, Ceola Dave Hutson, her biological children, Sherry, Allan Scott, Alaine Stacy, Susan "Amy", Elizabeth Wendy and Barry, her only grandchild Aleah, and her "adopted" children Jon Miller, Michelle, Steven, Andrew, and Damien Kiraly. Mary is also survived by her oldest brother Ezra Allen (SuSing) of Kansas City, Missouri, her older sister Mildred "Kita" Collier of Bloomington, Minnesota, and her niece Donna Kline (Bradley Kline), who was raised as a sister. She is also survived by her many nieces, nephews and cousins living throughout the country.

Mary was preceded in death by her parents, Wyatt and Mary Allen; her sisters Arlie Mae Henderson, Ada Willistene Jackson, Ruth Roberts, Wilma Williams; and her brothers, Howard Allen, Kenneth Hughes, Harold Allen, Jerald Allen, and Milan Allen.

A memorial service, will be held at 11 a.m., November 12, 2016, at Concord Missionary Baptist Church, 314 East Galveston St, League City, Texas, Pastor Shelby L. Samuels, officiant. A gathering of friends and family will occur after the service at the church and will include refreshments. Family and friends are encouraged to bring items created by Miss Mary or photographs of the items.

Special Thanks to the staff at Stonebriar Nursing Home in Austin, Texas and Passages Hospice, New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as her beloved doctors Gerard Abreo, Gary Weiss, and Joseph Pouzar of Houston, Texas.

We will always carry her

memory in our hearts.


Published on yourbayareanews.com from Nov. 4 to Nov. 17, 2016