Mary Ragsdale, 62, of Collinsville, Texas entered Heaven on Tuesday, July 27, 2021.
Mary was born on December 3, 1958 in Cee Vee, Texas to Mike and Dominga (Vitela) Hernandez. She was a member of the Refuge Church in Denison, Texas. Mary loved spending time with her family, especially the grandchildren. She enjoyed camping, football games, thrift shopping, and garage sales. She lost her son Scott in 2013 and missed him terribly, she looked forward to being reunited with him, her mother, brothers, and sisters in Heaven.
She is survived by her daughter, LaTisha Hernandez Rich of Collinsville; son, Anthony Hernandez of Collinsville; grandchildren, Seth Rich, Charles Rich, Ezekiel Hernandez, Elijah Ragsdale, and Faith Lee Andrews, sisters, Rosie Abrego, Betty Hernandez, brothers, Johnny Hernandez, Bobby Hernandez, and Charlie Hernandez.
Mary is preceded in death by her son, Scott Lee Ragsdale, infant sister, Maria, parents, Mike and Dominga Hernandez, and siblings, Frank Hernandez, Joe Hernandez, Mike Hernandez Jr., Raymond Hernandez, and Esperanza Hernandez.
Funeral Services honoring Mary will be held at 3:00 PM on Saturday, July 31, 2021 at Meador Funeral Home in Whitesboro, officiated by Pastor Larry Goodwin. A time of visitation will be held on Friday, July 30, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Meador Funeral Home.
So sorry for your loss… praying for peace and comfort for all Mary’s family and friends??
Love you all
Loved this lady so much! Got really close! She always thought of everyone else, before herself! Going to miss her!
Mary had a quiet spirit and an inner strength that anyone would admire if you knew her. She was the rock for her family and even though I lived far from her, I gathered this from all her friends and family here and there. Mary was an easy person to love, she judged no one, helped everyone, and was a friend and motherly to many. She was a proud grandma, and loved of all of her children and grandchildren very much and made sure you knew it. I’m proud she was in our family.
Laura and Donald Hill
Tia Mary, what can I say but I will miss u so… no words just thoughts n prayers may u Rest In Peace.
Mrs Mary always welcomed me with a big hug and a beautiful smile.
She was one of the nicest people iv ever met. She will be dearly missed
Rest easy my friend,
From: Renee and Trey
What a special lady! Before she started working every morning at Wesley House, she would visit my MIL to let her know she was at work & make sure her breakfast was warm – and this was not even her job! My MIL really loved Mary and thought of her as a friend. We are very, very sorry & grieve with you at her passing. She was a jewel!
I’m very sorry for your loss.
My memories of Mary are from when we were young teens together. I admired and respected her because she possessed a kind soul that was respectful to all. She taught me how to make confetti Easter eggs and I can still remember the giggles we shared doing it. I am very sorry for the loss of such a beautiful person.
I am so sorry to hear this. I met Mary at Zodiac I worked with this wonderful,blessed and loving lady . I will miss you.