Mary Frances (Williams) Morea-Bonner was born September 27, 1933 in Linden, Texas to Eddie and Hazel Hall Williams. On January 27, 2021, at the age of 87 Jesus took her hand and led her home to be with Him in a glorious reunion with her family and friends who welcomed her home. At the time of her passing, Mary was surrounded by her loved ones in the comfort of her home in Longview, Texas.
Mary Frances was dearly loved by many. She loved being surrounded by family and friends. She enjoyed attending Connect Church where she was an active member, and looked forward to meeting her friends for game day every Thursday. She had many hobbies, some of which included gardening, working puzzles, cooking, and reading. She loved to travel and was always up for an adventure. She attended her first Dallas Cowboy football game at the age of 85. She also had a servant's heart and loved to take care of others. Mary was a strong, independent woman who faced any challenge head on. Her unfailing faith in Christ, and strength of character contributed to her being a breast cancer survivor.
Mary Frances attended school in Kilgore, Texas. She later attended nursing school to become a LVN in Port Lavaca, Texas. She worked for 25 years as a nurse, where she spent countless hours with senior patients in nursing homes. She enjoyed her job and loved her patients.
Mary Frances is preceded in death by her parents, Eddie and Hazel Hall Williams, her brother James Williams, her sister, Mildred Tadlock, 2 of her sons, Douglas Ray Scruggs and Larry DeWayne McRimmon, as well as husbands, Nicholas Morea and James Bonner.
Mary Frances is survived by her son Michael Scruggs and Judy of Grandbury, TX, granddaughter Sandy McRimmon Harris and husband Jimmy and their 3 sons Jimmy Jr., Joshua, and Jordan, all of Longview, TX as well as her grandson Larry DeWayne McRimmon of New London. Mary Frances also had several step children, grandchildren and great grandchildren whom she dearly loved.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Don't spend too much time in mourning. Tears are for the sad. I left to be with Jesus, and this should make you glad.
"Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted."