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Mary Ann Majors

October 16, 1956 ~ February 17, 2018 (age 61)

Mary Ann Majors

OCTOBER 16, 1956 ~ FEBRUARY 17, 2018 (AGE 61)

Mary Ann (Rose) Majors was born October 16, 1956 to the late Odie H. Rose and Bernice Humphrey Rose.

Her memorial service was held on Saturday February 24, 2018 at the Jerome Boyd ChapelAt Dixie FH at 11:00 am with Min. Shobek Dethrow in charge.  Dixie Funeral Home www.dixiefuneralhome.com was in charge of the professional service.

Mary accepted Christ at an early age. She spent her formative years in Benton County, Mississippi and attended Ashland High School. Mary moved to Kokomo in 1973 where she married and had two children, Patrick Majors and Nikita Majors. She later adopted her daughter, Danyell Winston in 1993. Mary spent her career with Delco Electronics, and after 27 years of service, she retired in November 2006.

Mary always worked hard at everything she put her mind to and was successful in her endeavors. She was a dedicated member of the Kokomo Elks Lodge #429 and served as Daughter Ruler from 2000-2005. She also served as the State Financial Secretary and during her tenure she received many awards and acknowledgements for her financial records and was proud that she never missed a reporting quarter. Mary was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and the American Legion Post 177 of Kokomo, Indiana.

She had a great deal of hobbies and interests, including organizing the Halloween and Christmas holiday events for the children in Kokomo. She organized the Clothing of the Children and the Eye glasses for the Unfortunate Projects. She enjoyed cooking and received many compliments on her delicious recipes. She loved sci-fi & horror movies and would always catch a Twilight Zone marathon every year. Mary was an avid reader and loved to garden.

On February 17, 2018, Mary Ann Majors (Rose) was called to eternal rest. She was preceded in death by her Parents, her Brother Lee Smith Jr., and Sister Ethel Mae Winston.
She leaves to cherish her memory: Her Siblings; Hermon Rose, Thermon Rose, Al (Julie) Rose, Michael Rose & Veleda (Shobek) Dethrow: one son; Patrick (Paula) Majors,: two daughters; Nikita Majors and Danyell Winston: Others children; Jewell Majors Jr., Lanelle Majors, Jeremy Harris, Matthew Harris, & Darren Harris: nine grandchildren; DeVonte’, Vetreck, Dream, Patrick Jr., DeShawn, Atiyana, A'Kura, Anastaysiya, & Valecia: her great - grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, and countless other family and friends.

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