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MY AUNT PASSED AWAY ,WHICH IS MY LAST AUNT AND UNCLE TO PASS .AUNT CLARA ALWAYS LOOKED SO YOUNG AND HEALTHY AND THIS WAS A SHOCK.I REMEMBER HER BABY SITTING ME WHEN I WAS A CHILD AND I ALSO REMEMBER HER GRADUATING FROM WEST TECK HIGH SCHOOL.I VISITED HER LAST SUNDAY AND SHE TOLD ME SHE LIKED TACOS AND BEER LIKE I DO.AUNT CLARA I LOVE YOU AND WHEN IT IS MY TURN TO COME TO HEAVEN AND BE WITH

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Posted by: A friend   Apr 22, 2012

Dear Aunt Clara,

I am so sad that the Mayo era ia gone with your passing. I will miss you until we meet again... You are truly blessed by your loving family and friends.....I find comfort that you are no longer in pain. God Bless you and your family.

Your loving neice Laura Mayo


Posted by: Laura Mayo - Houssto, TX   Apr 22, 2012

So many beautiful memories of a beautiful woman, words seem inadequate. I know I am a better person for having known her. My thoughts and prayers go to the family at this time. Rest in peace my dear Aunt Claire.


Posted by: A friend   Apr 22, 2012

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.


Posted by: Pat Spohn - Cleveland, OH   Apr 21, 2012

Aunt Claire was such a shining light. Such a happy beautiful and vibrant lady! I wish I could have known her better. But I do know that she was loved and adored by many! I will always remember what a talented cook she was! "Eat, eat!" Thinking of her always brings a smile to my face:) Saying she will be missed is an under statement.


Posted by: Meghan Jelinek Simon - Atlanta, GA   Apr 21, 2012

The more you are blessed, the more it hurts when you lose that blessing. May your memories sustain you during this difficult time. We will miss Aunt Claire very much.


Posted by: Cheryl & Bill Waters - Westlake, OH   Apr 21, 2012

MISS AND LOVE YOU AUNT CLAIRE PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS


Posted by: JAMIE SNYDER - N OLMSTED, OH   Apr 21, 2012

I will always have many fond memories of Aunt Clara. She was an integral part of my childhood. In particular, as a little girl going over to Grandma Mayo's house in Lindale, she would turn off the lights in the bathroom and drip candle wax on my hands to scare me. It was so much fun. And a great childhood memory.

She always gave compliments freely. My most memorable was that she always said I Iooked like my Father; "Little Angelo"

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Posted by: Diane Mayo Davis - Scottsdale, AZ - Niece   Apr 21, 2012