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Mae Belle Stepleton Dominy

Mae Belle Stepleton picMae Belle Dominy, age 79, passed away early Saturday morning, February 13, 2021 at her residence in Huntsville.  Mae Belle was born July 17, 1941 in Pennington to John Dudley Stepleton and Lonnie Vider Freeman Stepleton.  She grew up in the Pennington area and moved to Crockett to start her working career with Waller Funeral Home and retired from the Crockett Clinic after 34 years in 2004.  Mae Belle was also a member of the American Legion Post #22 and a member of the Pennington Baptist Church.  She was a loving caretaker for so many of her family and friends thoughout her life.

Mae Belle married James Alton Dominy on December 27, 1975. She had resided in Crockett until 2017 when her health began failing.  She moved to Huntsville to be closer to family and lived there until her passing.

Mae Belle was preceded in death by her parents, husband, brother, Robert Dudley Stepleton, and sister, Willie Faye Stepleton Smith.  She is survived by her brother-in-law, Roy Smith and wife, JoNell Smith, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins along with her caring cousin, Thelda Craven Chambliss and husband Ed, and many lifelong friends.

Graveside services for Mae Belle Dominy will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 24, 2021 in the Corinth Cemetery in Kennard, TX.

Online condolences may be made at www.callawayallee.com

CALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

3 Comments
  1. Dear Family, I am so very very sorry about your loss. Mae Belle and I worked together a long time at the clinic and I thought the world of her. She was definitely one of a kind. I’m sorry she and I loss touch after I left Crockett. The last time I visited with her I stopped by the house on a visit there before my Mom moved to be with us in 2005. My prayers are with you all.
    Earlynne McClain Short Koch

  2. I’m sorry to hear of Mae Belles passing . She was a really sweet lady and I always loved to visit with her.

    • Mae Belle began working in the Waller Insurance office in 1959 after her Groveton High School graduation. Although she later began working in the Crockett Clinic office, she remained a loyal family friend. Mae Belle was among the faithful friends who frequently visited my mother and grandmother during the years preceding Mother’s death. Naturally Mae Belle managed the sales desk during Mother’s 2003 estate sale. During my last visit to Crockett some ten years ago, I visited Mae Belle
      in her home. Mae Belle lived her life helping others. She was devoted loving friend.

      Nickie Waller Ruskey

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