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Kelly M. Dugan, our sunshine and eternal optimist, was escorted into the presence of Jesus on February 13th, 2021 at 5:15 AM in Tyler, TX.
Kelly is survived by her husband of thirty-seven years, Bradley Lee Dugan; her children, Rachael Anne (34), Rebecca Christine (32), and Daniel Lee Dugan (30), and her future son in law, Thomas Currier; her parents, Ted and Anne McKee; her brother, Mike McKee and sister-in-law Bua McKee; her sister, Kim Sultan and brother-in-law Michael Sultan; her nieces, Anika & Lily Sultan; her brother-in-law Thomas Mitchell; her Uncle Blaine and Aunt Pat Middleton; Aunt Nancy and Uncle Kenny Woodzelle; and more. She also dearly loved her dog, Roxanne Dugan.
Kelly was born in Cheverly, MD on February 8th, 1959. Her passions included: teaching tennis, gardening, cooking, and baking (anything in the kitchen), antique shopping (any shopping), and most of all, spending time with family and friends. She loved to host gatherings and make others feel special.
The following words are what Kelly spoke to us on Valentine’s Day, “My legacy will be that our family demonstrates the Father’s love in a way that makes each person feel and know how special they are. The family unit will again be the ray of sunshine and hope to those in darkness and hopelessness. I declare and decree that on this day, that love rules our family”.
A graveside memorial service will be held at Faulkenberry Cemetery in Groesbeck, TX at 11 AM on Saturday, February 20th, 2021. Reverend Billy Cissell will be officiating.
Additionally, there will be a church memorial service at Shepherd's House, 225 Milton St, Lewisville, TX 75057 at 2PM on Saturday, March 6th, 2021. Dr. Walter and Deedee Fletcher will be officiating.
We’d like to thank Jerry O’Neal and others who have contributed to her funeral services.
Feel free to send any memories, cards, helping hands, flowers, plants etc. to 1904 Yale Ct. Jacksonville, TX 75766.
Quotes taken from Kelly’s journal:
“Game, Set, Match, LOVE WINS”
“I see myself healthy, body functioning properly, having fun with friends and family, cooking, sharing, laughing. Traveling with Brad and encouraging people through my brokenness-letting the power & love of Jesus shine through. I CAN STAND, I CAN WALK, I CAN BREATHE! What you see, you can be!”
“It’s expedient I go away (John 16:7 paraphrased), I have to get the house decorated and dinner on the table when you get here”
Saturday, February 20, 2021
Starts at 11:00am (Central time)
Faulkenberry Cemetery - Pavilion
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