Judy Mae McRae

Born in Clarendon, TX on June 9, 1939

Departed on September 29, 2016 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

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Judy M. McRae-age 77 passed away September 29, 2016. She was born in Clarendon, TX. She was raised in Amarillo, TX. As a young woman she moved to California where she married the love of her life Lonnie McRae. They lived in several states and finally settled in Hendersonville, TN in 1971.

Judy was an avid bowler, playing in various leagues and on many occasions was a 300 bowler. She was also a ceramic teacher and owned her own shop for many years. Judy loved softball, and played on multiple co-ed and women’s leagues in Hendersonville where she played as pitcher.

She is survived by her loving husband of 60 years, Lonnie McRae; sons, Randall McRae of Whitehouse, Wayne McRae of Atlanta, and Lonnie McRae, Jr. of Winston Salem, NC; grandchildren, Savannah Leigh McRae, Erin Elizabeth McRae, and Trevor McRae.

A life celebration will be held on Thursday, October 6, 2016 at 6pm with visitation held prior from 4pm-6pm at Hendersonville Funeral Home 353 E Main St. Hendersonville, TN 37075 615-824-3855 hendersonvillefh.com

 

2 Comments to Judy Mae McRae

  1. Cheryle Rogers Hunt
    October 3, 2016 2:56 pm

    Judy was a wonderful soul, a great cook and quick with a smile. Dealing with the loss of a loved one is one of the most trying situations. It is difficult to finds words of comfort that are adequate. I am so sorry about the loss of Judy. We built so many incredible memories that can never be replaced nor repeated. Some of my greatest memories are from the time I was about 4 years old with the McRae family. Our families lived a memorable life of air planes, vacations, camping, water ski, fishing, ocean life, love of our dogs and lake life. She loved her boys and my prayers to L.T., Randy, Wayne and Terry and the extended family. I thought of her mother “Nanny” as my grandmother, Judy was like a mother to me whenever I needed her. People like her come along once in a lifetime. Everyone who knew her must realize this. There is a huge void left behind by her passing, we will all have to try to help fill it. We all have a little bit of Judy within us and it would serve us well to show it to everyone. She has her wings now, see you soon Judy Mae. Love, Cheryle Rogers-Hunt, Beechgrove, TN

    • Erin McRae
      October 6, 2016 1:36 am

      Cheryle, It’s Erin, Wayne’s Daughter. Thank you so much for your kind words. Everything you said is nothing short of the truth. I hope to see you at the services, if you can make it. XOXO

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