Billie Alice Mayes, 87, passed away Monday, February 19, 2019.
Funeral services will be held 2pm on Monday, February 25, 2019 in the Minton Memorial Chapel with Pastor Sharalyn Larsen officiating. Burial will follow in Westlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Borger. The family will receive friends from 4-6 pm on Sunday, February 24, 2019 at the funeral home.
Billie was born July 18, 1931 in Logan, Oklahoma to George Lamb Thompson and Grace Mae Phebus Thompson. She married Maurice Robert Mayes on August 19, 1947 in Enid, Oklahoma. Billie was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star Borger Chamber 811. She was a member of First Christian Church and worked as the librarian at the Borger News Herald for five years. Billie was a talented seamstress often making clothes for her children. She loved to dance and doing her mother and family members hair.
She is preceded in death by her parents; husband; and sister, Verda Luck.
Survivors include her daughters, Renee McKinney of Borger, Cathy Mayes of Bastrop, Texas; son, Gary Mayes and wife Jeanine of Mankato, Kansas; grandchildren, Tami Bailey, Kristi Shepperson, Andrea Mayes, Jessica Parker, Cory McKinney, Casey McKinney; eleven great grandchildren; and three great great-grandchildren.
I'm so sorry for your loss she was a very nice lady an was always nice to me when I seen her
Wanda matthewsBorger, TX
Love this amazing woman and amazing family so much. Such a sweet heart and soul. She will be missed. Renee I love you and your family always. She was such a great mother to us all. Prayers and Love.
Ramona ParkHolly Lake Ranch, TX
Such good memories of Aunt Billie as well as Uncle Whit and cousins. Sending you all a hug from Me and my family in Montana. You’re in our thoughts
Patti Mayes JamRed Lodge, MT
I'm sorry for your loss Casey and renee
James OrmonSanfordm, TX
So sorry for you and your families loss Renee
Cyndy StanfordBorger, TX
We rejoice with Billie as she is home. When we came to First Christian Church she was one of the first people to welcome us, she helped teach us the duties of the office of deacon, communion preparation and guided us as we reinvented our ladies group. She was a strong faithful member of our congregation. She loved First Christian Church, but most important she loved Jesus! Because of that, Billie is in our future! I pray her family has sweet memories and a peaceful heart. God bless each of you!
Clesta & Roger CollinsBorger, TX
We are so sorry to learn of Billie’s death. We worked with her at the newspaper and loved this sweet, precious lady. Our prayers, thoughts and hearts are with all of her family members. She was a true lady and had a heart as big as Texas. It was always a joy to run into her and get to visit and hear about the family she loved so dearly. She will be greatly missed.
Don and Judy AllenFritch, TX