Callie Washington

Obituary of Callie V Washington

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Callie V Luckey Washington 76 years of age was born May 28, 1944 to the parentage of the late Oscar and Maxine Luckey, in Marietta, TX. She attended school in Floyd Valley and Panhandle Community. She was employed by Day and Zimmerman and Jordan health care service until she retired.

Ms. Washington married Robert L. Washington in September of 1964. To this union four children were born 3 daughters and 1 son. She was united with Floyd Valley Baptist Church at an early age and until  her health failed her and she moved to Fort Worth, TX.

Callie V Washington is proceeded in deah by both parents Oscar and Maxine Luckey, 3 brothers Theotis Luckey, OA Luckey  and Marvin Luckey. 3 sisters Vernita Luckey Steger, Gladysdene Luckey and Clara Luckey Oliver.


She leaves to cherish in her memories:

3 Daughters: Donna Washington Hurdon(Billy) of Fort Worth, TX; Carol Mitchell (Alton) of Dallas,TX and Denisha Carter(Kenny) of Mesquite, TX.

1 son Rodderick Washington(Christie) of Mt. Pleasant, TX

2 Brothers: Willie Luckey(Velva) of Marietta, TX and Whalen Luckey(Linda) of Marietta,Tx

2 special Nieces: Ivory Birmingham and LaWanna Haskins

10 sweet grandbabies that knew her as MeMama

Host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.


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funeral service

10:00 am
Saturday, September 26, 2020
Floyd Valley Baptist Church
16900 Texas Highway 77 W
Marietta, Texas, United States


Floyd Valley Cemetery
3371 CR 2349
Marietta, Texas, United States
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