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    Mary Earl

Mary Beth Earl, 39, Wills Point, passed away May 9, 2020, in Tyler. She was born Oct. 13, 1980, in Grand Saline to Clarence and Esther Earl.

Mary was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Anna Earl and Vickie Earl; and two brothers, Wendell Earl and Roland Earl. Mary loved her family dearly. She loved spending time with family and friends, just hanging out grilling and listening to her music, loud.

Mary loved her three sons more than they could ever imagine and was so proud of them.

Survivors include her fiancé Christopher Caldwell of Fruitvale; three sons, Zachory Earl of Fruitvale, Jeremiah Davis of Grand Saline and Jason Jones of Wills Point; three stepdaughters, Nancee Carver of Fruitvale, Rusti Foster of Fruitvale and Shelby Montgomery of Grand Saline; five grandchildren, Jaxen and Jocee Carver, Cole and Taylor Foster, and Aubrey Montgomery; three brothers and sisters-in-law, Clyde and Laurie Earl of Wills Point, Jason and Christy Earl of Golden, and Clarence and Lisa Earl of Grand Saline; four sisters, Susie Clark of Terrell, Jackie Newkirk of Caddo Mills, Jaymie Dear of West Tawakoni, and Veronica Kay Earl of Eustace; and many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

This morning is full of sadness for this I can explain,

On this blessed Mother’s Day, our world won’t be the same.

Our family has lost a sister, her sons have lost their Mom.

Our Father’s greatest gift to her is to take her home where she belongs.

Thirty-nine years upon this earth, oh how time flies by

Last night our Lord took you home, so spread your wings and fly.

For life is short for some and this I can’t explain

You’re walking the clouds with Jesus and listening to the Great Harp ring.

So, go now little sister and spread your wings and fly, just know that I love you and I’ll see you in the sky.

By: Clarence Earl