Rittenberry, Emily Fay


Emily Fay Rittenberry was born on July 29, 1919, to F.E. & Clyde Fields in Houston, Texas and passed away on August 1, 2014 in Dallas, Texas.

She will be remembered as a loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. For many years she enjoyed her secretarial work at Texlite and Bonanza.

She is preceded in death by her husband Lee Roy Rittenberry and her first husband, Lawrence Edward Hamilton.

She will be dearly missed by her sons, Gary M. Rittenberry, Larry Hamilton and his wife, Lucinda. Left to cherish her memory are grandchildren Brian & Craig Rittenberry; Amy Davey and her husband Rob; Lisa Debellevue and her husband John, Robert Hamilton and his wife Traci. Great-grandchildren Emily, Megan & Josh Davey: Alaina, Richard, Michael and Andrew Debellevue; Korbyn and Keatyn Hamilton.

The family is grateful to Jennifer Lawson for her loving and compassionate care. Special thanks to Donald King and Good Shepherd Hospice.

Graveside services will be Tuesday August 5, 2014. at 11:00 am at Restland Cemetery, Reflections section.

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3 replies on “Rittenberry, Emily Fay”

Traci Hamilton says:

I am so blessed to have known this sweet lady! We’ll miss you, Maw Maw

Traci Hamilton says:

I am so blessed to have known this sweet lady! We’ll miss you, Maw Maw

Lynn Robinson says:

I worked at Bonanza with Fay. She was so delightful and like a second mother to me (or as she said my ‘work mother’). I’ve thought about her often. Such a sweet wonderful lady. We had a lot of fun times together at Bonanza. She came to my wedding and we met for lunch often. She was so proud of her boys and grandkids.
Fay will be missed. Fay and her family are in my thoughts and prayers. May you all cherish your wonderful memories of Fay to comfort you during this sad time.
Lynn Robinson

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