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Klatt, Mary Lou (Chaddick)

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October 27, 1929 - May 4, 2019

Klatt, Mary Lou (Chaddick)

Mary Lou (Chaddick) Klatt of Dallas, Texas passed away on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at the age of 89.

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Amelia Westheimer

June 04, 2019 1:28PM

Mary Lou and I did so many fun things together. We went to the art museum, saw the show, "Cats," went to the seashore to gather shells, traded recipes, and watched the local news together. She had a big heart. Mary Lou could make me laugh and I enjoyed listening to the fishing and hunting trips she took over the years. She introduced me to her circle of friends after my Mother died. She was a great support. I am taking care of her cats, Rhonda and Midnight. Vaughn and I traveled to Dallas to see her. I'm so glad that we did. Mary Lou will never be forgotten. She was a wonderful friend and will be missed. My Deepest Condolences


Sue Scarlett

May 14, 2019 2:44PM

I met Mary Lou & I met Mary Lou & Jack when we bought the home across the street. They welcomed us to the neighborhood. When Mary Lou found out my husband was an A&M grad football competition began. When UT won, she & Jack painted the score on plywood, stood in their driveway & waved at my husband. He couldn't help but laugh. When my husband passed in 2005 she provided support for she had been through the same sadness. Mary Lou was a pragmatic lady who took life as it came, both good & bad. Later, we met once a week at her home to have a glass of wine & discuss her favorite-politics! A few years after my husband passed she insisted that I adopt a kitten thst slept in her door step. The kitten, Lola, was my companion for 11 years. She lived the out-of-doors & told me stories about fishing in Rockport, hunting in George West & going in an Africian safari. When time came for her to decide to move to Dallas she didn't hesitate. My friends & I helped her one day move her files into boxes for shreding. She didn't want to leave the 'hood' where she had many good memories but she knew it was time. Once she relocated to Dallas we talked monthly. I had to keep her up on the block as to what was going on & who was doing what! She, in turn, would tell me about her new life in Dallas. She was always thankful for a lady named Joey, who took care of her needs as take her to appointments & even saw to it that Mary Lou had a kitty in her condo. She was always thankful for her assistance & kindness towards her. I could continue but you can see the Mary Lou I knew. A kind & thoughtful person who also was a gusty person! I will miss our monthly conversations. My condolences to her family.


Sue Scarlett

May 14, 2019 2:42PM

I met Mary Lou & Jack in July 1995 when we bought the home across the street. They welcomed us to the neighborhood. When Mary Lou found out my husband was an A&M grad football competition began. When UT won, she & Jack painted the score on plywood, stood in their driveway & waved at my husband. He couldn't help but laugh. When my husband passed in 2005 she provided support for she had been through the same sadness. Mary Lou was a pragmatic lady who took life as it came, both good & bad. Later, we met once a week at her home to have a glass of wine & discuss her favorite-politics! A few years after my husband passed she insisted that I adopt a kitten thst slept in her door step. The kitten, Lola, was my companion for 11 years. She lived the out-of-doors & told me stories about fishing in Rockport, hunting in George West & going in an Africian safari. When time came for her to decide to move to Dallas she didn't hesitate. My friends & I helped her one day move her files into boxes for shreding. She didn't want to leave the 'hood' where she had many good memories but she knew it was time. Once she relocated to Dallas we talked monthly. I had to keep her up on the block as to what was going on & who was doing what! She, in turn, would tell me about her new life in Dallas. She was always thankful for a lady named Joey, who took care of her needs as take her to appointments & even saw to it that Mary Lou had a kitty in her condo. She was always thankful for her assistance & kindness towards her. I could continue but you can see the Mary Lou I knew. A kind & thoughtful person who also was a gusty person! I will miss our monthly conversations. My condolences to her family.