Mary Jo Brady Honeycutt

 Mary Jo Brady Honeycutt, 69, of Gray Court, wife of Sonny Honeycutt, went to be with the Lord, Sunday, April 25, 2021.

Mrs. Honeycutt was born in Miami, FL to the late William Sumner Brady and Grace Fisher Brady. 

Surviving, in addition to her husband are a son, Doug Honeycutt; a daughter, Lea Holt and three grandchildren, Payton Fowler and husband Alex, Tristyn Holt and Camryn Honeycutt.

Funeral Services will be private.

Condolences to the family of Mary Jo Brady Honeycutt

  • Carla Holt
    1 year ago

    Prayers for you all during this time. Much love to you

  • Ellen Holt
    1 year ago

    Thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Mary will be remembered by everyone who knew her. God’s peace!

  • Billy Dodson
    1 year ago

    It has been such a pleasure knowing Mary. I have known her for about a year, but feel like I have known her forever. I am going to miss our random late night talks about birds.

  • Loved Mary ,super sweet and spunky sending prayers for you all…God took one great angel home….until we meet again Mary love u

  • Marisa
    1 year ago

    I miss u and want u back. 😞

  • Scott and Gloria Huse
    1 year ago

    Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. So sorry for your loss.

    • Laura Adderholt
      1 year ago

      Prayers for comfort and healing for family! She was very loved and will be greatly missed!

  • Sheila Craig
    1 year ago

    So sorry for your loss. We are praying for you and your family during this difficult tine.

  • Lydia Poole
    1 year ago

    My heart aches! I still cannot believe this. I’ll miss you sweet Mary!❤️

  • Lisa Tingley
    1 year ago

    My Jody (Mary Jo) you were such an important part of my young life , not sure what I would have done without you and Aunt Inez . Thought of you often with much Love… See Ya Later ❤️

  • James Shirley
    1 year ago

    Mary you will be missed by not only your family, but all whose lives you touched.
    You were a special person and shared your love for birds, your dogs, your family, and your country.
    I know I will miss having you to contact to draw from your wealth of knowledge of birds and recommendations.
    Thank you Mary for being who you were.

  • Jennifer Tubb-Scott
    1 year ago

    Many prayers for Mary’s family. I worked with Mary many years ago and always loved her spunk. I also bought a couple of birds from her and they made me happy! She will be greatly missed.

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