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Dorothy Louise Aycock

April 22, 1933 - February 8, 2021

Dorothy Louise Aycock of Melissa Texas passed away on February 8, 2021 at the age of 87. She was born on April 22, 1933 to Roy Evans and Eula (Wolfe) Evans in Allen, Texas. Dorothy married the late Royce Eugene Aycock on April 17, 1948 in McKinney, Texas and enjoyed 52 years of marriage before his passing in 2001. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister to her family.  Dorothy was a devoted member of First Melissa.

She is survived by son, R. E. “Butch” Aycock, Jr. and wife, Jennifer of McKinney Texas; daughter, Karen Morris and husband, Joe of Corsicana, Texas; daughter-in-law, Linda Aycock James of Whitewright, Texas; grandchildren, Billy Bob Aycock of Honey Grove, Texas, Jeny Honea and husband, Brian of Prosper, Texas, Casey Carpenter and husband, Matthew of McKinney, Texas, Wendy Howard and husband, Kyle of Melissa, Texas, Heather Strait and husband, Yancey of Prosper, Texas, Lauren James and husband, Luke of Van Alstyne, Texas, Holly Foxworth and husband, Todd of Kerens, Texas, Joe Keith Morris and wife, Heather of Kerrville, Texas, and Penny Dempsey and husband, Travis of Bryan Texas; great-grandchildren, Jordan Pry, Weston Aycock, Levi Aycock, Hank Honea, Hanna Honea, Collin Carpenter, Kinsey Carpenter, Colt Carpenter, Tex Palmer, Aaron Foxworth, Jack Dempsey, Jesse Dempsey, Eloise Morris, Everly Morris, Brooke Howard, Chase Howard, Jaxson Howard, Sloan Howard, Avery Strait, Arden Strait, Jett James, Ace James, and Leddy James; great-great-grandson, Cru Pry; and numerous other loving family and friends.

Dorothy was preceeded in death by her husband, Royce Aycock; parents, Roy and Eula Evans; son, Billy Aycock; and daughter in law, Barshia Aycock; brother, Bill Evans, and sister, Doris Ann McCraw.

A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, February 12, 2021 at First Melissa, 2101 East Melissa Road, Melissa, Texas 75454 with Pastor Trey Graham officiating.  Interment is to follow at Pecan Grove in McKinney, Texas.  Anyone attending the graveside is to maintain social distancing or may remain in their vehicle. 

A visitation will be held beginning at 12:30 p.m. at First Melissa prior to the service.  

Memorial contributions may be made in honor of Dorothy Louise Aycock to First Melissa, 2101 East Melissa Road, Melissa, Texas 75454.

A special thanks to Faith Presbyterian Hospice, Monarch Senior Care, and Leslie Case for their devoted care of our mother.

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Butch, Jennifer and family, I am saddened to hear of Dorthy's passing. I know this is a difficult time for all of you to say goodbye to a loving, kind, and caring lady. She is leaving behind a beautiful family and legacy. May you find comfort in knowing that she is enjoying a heavenly reunion with her Lord and family that proceeded her. Praying for God's amazing grace to give you strength and comfort. I will not be able to pay my respects in person but will be thinking of you all with prayer and sympathy. Johnnie Fisher, February 12, 2021 I am so sorry for your loss. Granny Dorothy was a very special lady. I always enjoyed being around her; she was such a hoot. They just don't make'm like her anymore. I love her and the family so much. Although she will be missed, we all know she is in such a better place. Love Always, Amanda Amanda Risner, February 12, 2021 Karen Joe and family, My heart is sad because I know your pain. Dorothy was a kind lady who never met a stranger. She would welcome you in her home and heart with ease. I think there is a special place for angels like her. My thoughts and prayers with the whole family because I know how special she was to all of you. She is now at peace. Darrell Sherry and family SHERRY WARREN, February 12, 2021 Karen, our hearts and prayers to you and your family. We both understand the passing of our love ones and especially our mothers. God bless and know that Dorothy is home. Charles Rush & Cindy Rush, February 12, 2021 Dorothy, i just wanted to tell u how much I love you. I am going to miss ur prayers. They were always so comforting to me . Yes, u were my boss, but u became alot more than that to me. U were family and one of my best friends, and I am going to miss u so very much. Leslie Case, February 11, 2021 I Am So Saddened To Hear Of Ms, Aycock’s Passing! What A Wonderful Beautiful Lady! She Was Not Only Special To Me But My Mother And Family as Well Going Back Many Years Ago. “Wherever A Beautiful Soul Has Been, There Is A Trail Of Beautiful Memories. Your Mom’s Kindness, Generosity and Caring Nature Was Contagious and Her Memory Will Live On Forever.” I Am Praying For Your Family To Find Peace And Healing Through Our Lord’s Infinite Love. Love You All So Much! Carolyn Arnold Boone Carolyn Arnold Boone, February 11, 2021 Butch, Karen and all of family. I am so sorry for the loss of your precious mom. Dororthy was a very sweet lady. My prayer for peace and comfort during this time. May God wrap his arms around all of you. Cathey Hartman Cathey Hartman, February 11, 2021 An angel has gone home to be with the Father, but her wonderfully family will remind us of her. Alton Hainline, February 11, 2021 A beautiful lady and perfect great grandmother. She was one of a kind and loved her family so much. My prayers are with everyone. Karen Aycock, February 10, 2021 Karen and Joe, Our hearts and prayers go out for the family in the loss of Karen's mom. We didn't get the opportunity to meet her but sounds like she was a precious Christian woman who will be missed by so many. Praying for strength, peace and comfort as you all go through the difficult days ahead. We love you guys. Gary and Connie Gray, February 10, 2021 I am so sorry about Mrs. Aycock. Prayers lifted for all her family. Denice Burnside Green, February 10, 2021 Karen, I am one of Joe Willard Jr.’s little brothers, one of the twins. I remember you and how much Joe loved you. I am so sorry to read of your mom’s passing. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Sincerely, Kemp Willard. Kemp Willard, February 9, 2021 Our thoughts and prayers are with Butch and all the family. Ronney and Laura Thompson, February 9, 2021 Granny Dorothy was an amazing woman! She was loved by all who were fortunate enough to know her. We loved her dearly and she truly was one of the kindest people in the world. Sending love and prayers to all! Steve and Dianne O'Brien, February 9, 2021 I’m thankful I got to know Ms Dorothy the past few years. I met her at Pioneer Club and liked her immediately. When she could no longer attend the meetings, I started visiting her at her home. I loved our visits. She was spunky and always had an interesting story to tell. I’ve really missed visiting her this past year but dropping off flowers, let her know I still loved her. She always texted to thank me. I did get to see her a few weeks ago when I stopped by She prayed a beautiful prayer. I’m sorry for your loss. I know she will be missed by many. One thing for sure—Ms Dorothy loved her family. Praying for you in your loss. Carol Chapman, February 9, 2021 My deepest condolences to you at the passing of your mom. I will keep you in my thoughts & prayers. Gail Smith, February 9, 2021 To Butch and family, Karen and family, and all my sweet cousins: My heart is sad for all of you and I am so sorry for your loss! Heaven has certainly gained an Angel who was the matriarch and leader of our family for many years. May she Rest In Peace and May you find peace and comfort in the wonderful memories of a life lived well! She will be so missed by all of us! I am so blessed to be part of the family and I love you all! Reeves Sue, February 9, 2021 You're in my thoughts and prayers. Tajuana, February 9, 2021 Butch, Karen & family- Prayers of peace & comfort during this time. Ms. Aycock was a great Godly woman. I can't take the hurt away, but you can rest in the fact your mom, grandma, great grandma is in the arms of Jesus. Prayers & love to all...... Stewart Family Bill Stewart , February 9, 2021 My condolences and prayers are with all of you for the loss of your mother . I can always remember her beautiful smile . Rest In Peace, sweet lady . Joanna Shropshire, February 8, 2021 Karen & family, our hearts hurt for your loss of such a wonderful lady. Prayers for comfort and peace. We love y'all. Jack & Csndy Clemmons , February 8, 2021