FORT WORTH-Helen Mozelle McIntire passed away Monday, December 13, 2021 at the age of 95.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE: 11 a.m. Monday, December 20, 2021 at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
VISITATION: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, December 19, 2021 at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel. INTERMENT: Helen will be laid to rest in Laurel Land Memorial Park.
On Saturday, June 26, 1926, Helen Mozelle Williams entered this world blessing all who knew her. Her love was unconditional and true. She always put others before herself and worked hard to make sure they felt loved and taken care of. She was born in Stephenville, TX, but shortly her family moved to Hillsboro, TX where she began her journey of working hard for her family. She attended school at Hillsboro High School, but decided to pause on education when she was in the 10th grade…so that she could help support her family by working in the cotton fields. Later she met her husband of 37 years, Mack McIntire and they made their home in White Settlement, TX. Helen continued to work hard for her loved ones. She worked at a Dry Cleaners for many years and then got the job she loved doing most…cooking for others as a lunch lady for WSISD. She loved taking care of people and showing God’s love through her cooking. Anytime you ever visited Helen, you would leave with a full belly and lots of hugs and a kiss on the forehead to go with it. She loved passionately and made everyone feel as if they were the most important person to her. “Having an Education” was very important to Helen, as she wasn’t able to complete that at a young age. In her 50’s, Helen took night courses to finish her schooling and finally graduated. After Mack had passed, she poured her love into her Church groups…Widows of Faith, Red Hat Society and the Senior Choir. She loved going out to eat, shopping and making small trips with her “Golden Girls”. She loved cheering on her grandkids and great-grandkids at all their sporting events and programs. Grandma’s house was always full of love and where her grandkids knew they would be greeted with lots of treats, hugs and kisses. Helen had many Pet names from her grandkids, great-grandkids and all their friends. Some of her family’s favorite memories of her are singing to Patsy Cline as she was cooking and cleaning, camping at the deer lease, dancing to music from her records and 8 tracks and all the family reunions and holiday dinners. She loved visiting her oldest son’s family in Florida and all her Sisters’ family in Houston. She always looked forward to seeing them all and couldn’t wait for the next visit. No matter how often she got to see you, she loved every minute of it. She loved all her family and friends with a passion that will forever be imprinted on our hearts.
Helen is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Perry McIntire; son, Larry McIntire; daughter, Karon McIntire; sisters, Dorothy and Margaret; brothers, Charles and Curtis Raymond; and great granddaughter, Emma Jane McIntire.
SURVIVORS: Son, Bobby McIntire and wife, Jan; daughter, Sharon Roberts and husband, James; daughter in law, Joyce McIntire; granddaughter, Lisa Hidalgo and husband, Mario; grandson, Lee McIntire and wife, Jennifer; granddaughter, Shelly Reyes and husband, Dallas; grandson, Bobby McIntire Jr. and wife, Caryn; grandson, James Roberts Jr. and wife, Siobhan; grandson, Brad McIntire and wife, Laura; granddaughter, Stephanie; 24 great grandchildren; 3 great- great- grandchildren; numerous extended family members, nieces and nephews.
Brown Owens & Brumley Family Funeral Home
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