Joe Edward Duncan

March 22, 1931 - November 28, 2011

Joe Edward Duncan, age 80, of McKinney, Texas, passed away November 28, 2011, in McKinney. Joe was born March 22, 1931, in McKinney, Texas, to James Clay and Minnie Lee (Crutcher) Duncan. He worked for Mrs. Baird’s Bakery for forty years. Joe loved being a dad and a grandpa. He was a member of North Baptist Church in McKinney. He is survived by his daughter, Stephenie Mooneyham of Anna, Texas; sons, Larry Joe Duncan of Howe, Texas, Keith Harper of Plano, Texas, and Larry Edward Duncan of Mesquite, Texas; seven grandchildren; and sister, Frances Mantooth of Altoga, Texas. A memorial service will be held at 4:00 p.m., Thursday, December 1, 2011, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow in Allen, Texas.

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Stephenie, Joe was a kind, generous, and sweet man that will be missed. When you and me were teenagers, he always kept me out of trouble when we did things we really shouldn't have been doing! LOL! If you ever need anything, please feel free to call me. Again, my condolensces for you and your family. Tecia Hartley, December 1, 2011 Joe, I always enjoyed listening to you and Ray Baker "discussing" who was the better Bread Baker at Mrs Baird's Bakeries in Dallas. Your devotion to work and family will always be remebered. My thoughts are prayers to the Joe Duncan Family. Eugene Gibson, December 1, 2011 Joe you were always someone special to me. You will be greatly missed. You and Ray were a pair that knew how to make a good loaf of Bread .Good by my Friend Sam May Sam May, December 1, 2011 We worked together for many happy years. I'm truly sorry that Joe is gone. My sympathy goes out to Stephanie and her brothers. I know you will always remember the good times you had with your dad. It's hard to thing about him being gone. I intended to see him one more time before that happened. But I was unable to make that trip. Just rely on the Lord and he will see you through these hard times. Joe's Road Buddy Carrell Luther Russell, November 30, 2011 Stephanie, I am so sorry to hear of your loss of your dad. My prayers are with you and your family during this very diffucult time. God Bless... Debby Gowen Debby Gowen ( Rutledge), November 29, 2011 Uncle Joe I can still hear you smacking on that banana you would eat when you came home from work. We would be lying on the floor watching cartoons and you would just laugh at us. I can still see that smile you will be missed. You were loved by all of us. Kathy Jean Burnside-Rowe, November 29, 2011 Sorry to hear of your loss. Retha Duncan Barrientos, November 29, 2011 Stephenie I am so sorry at the loss of your dad. I know you and your son were both very close to him. I pray that you and your family will find comfort in the days to come. gloria alderson, November 28, 2011 Stephenie-I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family. Sherrie LaFollett, November 28, 2011 Wish I could write you one more paycheck. So many of our days were together at the bakery. I will always remember you calling me Mrs. B. Mary A. Baker, November 28, 2011 Prayers lifted for the family. Denice Burnside Webb, November 28, 2011 You will surely be missed. We spent many days and NIGHTS at that bakery working together. We had many good times and also some hard times. Thanks for so many memories. Mister B. Ray M. Baker, November 28, 2011 Always had a smile on your face and something funny to say. Gone but not forgotten. Will miss you deeply. Paula Burnside and family. Paula Delores Burnside, November 28, 2011