Maclea, Mary Lee.

July 13, 2004

On Thursday, July 8, 2004, MARY LEE "Polly" MACLEA, 95, of San Angelo. Polly was born July 9, 1908 to Reginald James and Mary Hayes Darby on the family farm in Montgomery County, MD. Polly attended public schools and subsequently was graduated from Western Maryland Collegein, Westminster, MD, where she met her husband T. Raymond Mac Lea. Homemaker in her early married life, she went into teaching and retired from Strayer Business Collegein, Baltimore, MD. In 1972, she and her husband, a wholesale lumber distributor, retired to Virginia's Eastern Shore, where they lived until his death in 1990, when Polly came to Texas to be near her two children. Polly was a gracious lady, a very caring person with a smile and kind word for everyone. She will be greatly missed by all those who knew her. Survivors are Baynes Hobbs and her husband, Arthur of San Angelo; son James D. Mac Lea and wife, Janet of Granbury, TX; brother, Reginald James Darby and wife, Loretta of Ocala, FL; grandchildren, Brenda Wellenand and husband Don of San Angelo, Arthur B. Hobbs and wife, Robin of Midland, Andrew B. Hobbs and wife, Gemma of Ft. Worth, Amanda Sutton and husband Dennis of Lubbock, Christine Jones and husband Robert of Ft. Worth, James Gregory Mac Lea and wife, Stacey of Mc Kinney; great-grandchildren, Sarah and Claire Hobbs, Ashley, Andrew and Austin Hobbs and Zoe De Prang, Darby, Courtney and Arthur Sutton, Natalie, Will, Ethan and Mary Grace Jones and Jacob, Darby and Brendan Mac Lea, a niece, Ida Lee Wooten of Charlottesville, VA. The family would like to thank Dr. James Bray, Baptist Memorial Home Health and Hospice, and Margaret Zamarron, for their loving and compassionate care of Polly. A Memorial Service will be conducted at Baptist Memorials Center Chapel, on Saturday, July 17, 2004, at 2 P.M., with Dr. Kenneth G. Patrick, Chaplain and Dr. Jean Law officiating. In lieu of flowers, please send memorials to your favorite charity. Arrangements are made by Robert Massie Funeral Home.

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