Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Mary Anne Mendoza

Mary Anne Mendoza, 79, of Howe, OK passed from this life on Saturday, May 02, 2015 in Fort Smith, AR.  Mary Anne was born to Herman B. & Myrtle E. (Nelums) Perkins on September 25, 1935.  She attended school in Howe, OK, married and moved to Oklahoma City and raised her children there.  She worked in insurance, managing a sales office for 18 years.  She remarried and became active in Home Building Supply Sales.  Mary Anne returned to Howe in 1986 when she and her husband purchased the Dr. Dean Home where she lived until 2004.  She was a member of the Assembly of God Church and enjoyed teaching the Adult Bible Class in Sunday School for several years.  She was preceded in death by her parents; 3 brothers, Burgess, Harold and Herman Jr. Perkins; 2 husbands, Floyd Harold Hall and James Kenneth Carr;  her daughter, Kathryn Anne Green of  Hoanaunau, HI and son, Stephen Mark Hall of Wewoka, OK.

She is survived by her husband, Steve E. Mendoza; son, Floyd Hall & wife Cindy of Wewoka, OK; stepsons, Jerry Carr & wife Cherri of Nashville, TN, Bobby Joe Mendoza of Fayetteville, TN;  stepdaughters, Loretta Edwards of Midwest City, OK, Lavada White husband Mel of OKC and Wannetta Kohl and husband Randy of Midwest City, OK;  6 grandchildren; 9 step-grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren.

Services will be  1 PM -   Thursday, May 7, 2015  at the Howe Assembly of God Church, Howe, Ok with Bro. Joe Haden Hall & Andre Ming officiating.  Interment will follow in Howe Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be Jeff Dodd, Eddie Nelson, Kenny Crabtree, Coy Hill, Garry Hall & Cletus Hall.

The family will be at the funeral home on Wednesday evening from 5-7 pm to visit with relatives & friends.

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The family has chosen to entrust the care of the services to
Evans & Miller Funeral Home, Poteau, OK

1 comment:

Gary Mason said...

We had the pleasure of working with Anne at the child support office for many years. She was a woman of great faith and proudly told her story when she gave her life to God. Rest in peace. Gary and Sandy Mason