of Azle, TX
February 14, 1927 - September 28, 2021
Mary C. Ware, 94, of Azle, TX passed away Tuesday, September 28, 2021 in Azle. She was born February 14, 1927 in Manila, AR to James Monroe and Ruth Caery. Mary had a Master's Degree in math and worked as a junior high school math teacher in Arkansas and Texas. She was of the Church of Christ belief and loved quilting, canning and cooking. Mary was preceded in death by her parents and her husband of 50 years, Henry Roscoe Ware.Those left behind to cherish the wonderful memories of Mary include her son, Dwight Bruce Ware; two daughters, Julia Ann Scarborough and Ruth Ware Johnson; six grandchildren, Thomas Martin Scarborough, Stacy Caery Johnson, Holly Catharine Huling, Jill Nichole Johnson, Travis Austin Ware and Kailee Elizabeth Silcox; 16 great grandchildren; and a brother, James Vernon Caery.Graveside services will be 11 am Saturday, October 2, 2021 at Oaklawn Cemetery in Jonesboro.No visitation is scheduled.Roller-Farmers Union Funeral Home of Jonesboro is in charge of arrangements.
Julia, Tom & Family, Thinking of you and praying for you. May God bless you with peace and precious memories. Love, Cliff & Judy McGee
Julia and family, lifting y’all in Prayers. Your Mom was always sweet and kind to me. I remember the good times we had at your house. Saddened by your loss. Please know I will continue Prayers for you and the family.
Aunt Mary you will be missed very much. Look back on my childhood an remember all the great times. All our prayers go with you an the family. Strangle tooth.
Mary was such a Sweet women will be Greatly missed
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Jacob, Kelsey, Myra, Conner and Korbin
Such a legacy of faith and love. We are sorry for your loss.
Julia,so sorry to hear about the passing of your Mom. Prayers for all of your family. Love you, Laverne
On the wings of angels and in the hand of God!
We are sorry for your loss. Rest In Peace.
Aunt Mary and Mom are catching up and talking about the past. Mom considered her as a sister. She called Aunt Mary when she went into Hospice before she called her own sister. That speaks volumes about their closeness. We could put all of their stories in a book and probably have a best seller!