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1958 Mary 2022

Mary Allen House

December 4, 1958 — January 20, 2022

North Austin Location

Sunrise: December 4, 1958 Sunset: January 20, 2022

Mary Ellouise Allen House was born on December 4, 1958, in Austin, Texas, to Mr. Tommy Limuiel and Ms. Mildred Louise Allen House; both of whom preceded her in death. She had three sisters and four brothers: Doris Jean House, Barbara Nell House, Carolyn Virginia House (Deceased), Samuel Lee House (Deceased), Nathaniel Robert House, Harold Eugene Mason and Edward Earl Mason (Deceased). Mary grew up in Austin, Texas, and received her formal education through the Austin Independent School District, where she graduated from Austin High School.

Mary’s passion was working with special-needs/autistic children. Her last job was with Ridgeview Middle School in Round Rock, Texas as a teacher’s aide.

One day a friend of Mary’s told her about how her life had changed. Mary wanted to know more about this change that had happen to her friend. After hearing the Gospel of Jesus Christ preached by the late, Bishop Roland James Allen, she accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior on March 29, 1980. As a single parent of one daughter, I’Tisha A. Williams, Sister Mary began her journey in Christ. She loved telling people about her new life and witnessed the love of Christ to many. Sister Mary was a member of the New Covenant Church Hope Choir and the Language Group where she represented the Hindi Nation in language and traditional dress. If the Church was asking for volunteers for an upcoming Church project, Sister Mary would volunteer. She was a member who had a desire to be involved in every New Covenant Church project. Her latest aide was to be an assistant to Sister Dorothy Bailey during her illness. Sister Mary would show her love by surprising you with thoughtful gifts she would put together, such as meat & cheese boxes, various snack packages from her heart. It made her day when she could surprise you with an unexpected gift, she enjoyed seeing you smile.

During Sister Mary’s forty-two years of living for Christ, she faced many trials and tribulations, she was a suffering saint, but she held onto Christ through all her illnesses and troubles. She faithfully attended church services, under the leadership of Pastor Eddie E. Willis, Sr., and though she was sick many days she never lost her hope, love and zeal for Christ.

Sister Mary loved her grandchildren and her great-grandchildren. Her last desire was looking forward to buying a bigger house so all her great-grandchildren could have their own room. She would tell them that they were going to come and help her get her new home together. She was a giver, she looked forward to birthdays and Mother’s

Day so she could give gifts to others. She especially loved when it was her own birthday and her Mother’s Day celebration. Some of the grandchildren’s fondest memories of their grandmother was when she took them fishing, bowling, movies and IHOP, and especially when they went to the “Five Below” store. Her grand-daughter Tierra, warmest memory of her grandmother was, whenever they went out of town or just around the corner as it seemed, her grandmother would always say “make sure you let me know when y’all leave so I can have a prayer over y’all; I do the same for the church”.

Sister Mary will be best remembered for her amazing perseverance, no matter her circumstances, she kept her zeal to continue in the Lord, even through her troubles.

Mary Ellouise Allen House leaves to cherish fond memories of her life to: Her beloved daughter, I’Tisha A. Williams, and husband Johnny L. Williams, Jr.

Her Sisters: Doris Jean House and Barbara Nell House.

Her Brothers: Nathaniel Robert House and Harold Eugene Mason.

Her Grandchildren: Tierra A. Parker, Clayton T. Parker, Sr. Mark D.J. Pennick, Jr., Johnny L. Williams, III and Avona L. Fullerton.

Her Great-Grandchildren: Kaylaa A. Parker, Clayton T. Parker, Jr., Kamani J. Parker and Janiah Williams.

And a host of Aunts, Uncles, Nephews, Nieces, Relatives, Co-workers, and Pastor Eddie E. Willis, Sr. for all his prayers and her New Covenant Church Family.

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