Tressie Fay Boatright

March 9, 1927 - May 6, 2004

Tressie Fay Boatright, age 77 of Frisco, Texas passed away May 6, 2004 in Carrollton, Texas. She was born March 9, 1927 in Richardson, Texas to Eddie B. and Willie May (Ball) Curtis. Fay was a homemaker and was a member of the Christian Faith. She is survived by her daughter, Rita Thomas, Oak Point, Texas; 4 sons, Eddie Boatright, McKinney, Texas, Charles Ray Boatright, Little Elm, Texas, Curtis Boatright, Frisco, Texas and Mike Boatright, Denison, Texas; twelve grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren; sisters, Lucille Hubbard, Dallas, Texas, Billie and husband Leroy Griffith, Princeton, Texas and Joyce and husband Raymond Smithart, Little Elm, Texas. She is preceded in death by her parents; Edna Jordan sister; C.C. Boatright; Rex Boatright grandson; Candy Boatright granddaughter, and Lonnie Thomas son-in-law. Family visitation will be held at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 8520 Main Street, Frisco, Texas, 75034 on Sunday, May 9, 2004 from 6-8 PM. A graveside service will be held at Little Elm Cemetery, Little Elm, Texas on Monday, May 10, 2004 at 11:00 AM with the Rev. Bob Hooper officiating.

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Billy & Johnna Crocker, May 11, 2004 My sincere heartfelt sympathy goes out to Rita & all her family. The thing I will always remember how her was her great sense of humor. I have many fond memories of her when Rita & I were in high school & throughout the years. She will be greatly missed. God Bless, Sincerely, Lydia Lydia D. Talbot, May 10, 2004 I will always remember Aunt Faye because of the love she showed me and all who she knew. I spent every weekend that I could at her home when growing up. Rita and I were quite close as children and Aunt Faye always treated me with such love. My parents visited often and played dominoes. We kids would sit around the table and sneak a peak at the game. Most of my memories are from when they lived in the house on Vickery. As I grew into an adult I regret that we didn't see each other more often. However, she was always in my heart. I love you Aunt Faye...someday we will all be together again. Love, Linda Linda Darline Sloss, May 10, 2004 We remember the times that we rubber band fish at the lake. The swimming hole and old cars. The coldest room in Aunt Faye house was her bedroom. We had picnic's and Joe's parents played cards and the kids ate. As kids we never did without cause of Aunt Faye and Evelyn. She will be missed dearly Joe & Bernita Boatright, May 8, 2004 Barbara and Shane Carnes, May 8, 2004 Remember the "Good Times". Shirley & Calvin Nance, May 7, 2004 Fay and C. C. babysit me when I was little and she busted my butt, more than once. Wayne (Bubba) Shook, May 7, 2004 A Loving Friend Darrell & Jannie Carroll, May 7, 2004