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Visitation

Lowe-Gardner Funeral Chapel
Monday April 26th, 2021
6:00pm - 8:00pm

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Funeral Service

Lowe-Gardner Funeral Chapel
Tuesday April 27th, 2021
11:00am

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Mary Halbert

Mary Irene Halbert of Quitman, Texas passed away on Saturday April 24 in Quitman. She was born on November 26, 1940 to James Washington Harbin and Alta Elizabeth (Harris) Harbin in Quitman. Mary was a lifelong member of Liberty United Methodist Church. She married Johnny Halbert on December 21, 1973 in Houston, Texas. Mary was a retired executive secretary from the financial sector.

There will be a visitation for Mary on Monday, April 26 from 6pm until 8pm at the Lowe-Gardner Funeral Chapel in Quitman, Texas. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, April 27 at 11am in the Lowe- Gardner Chapel with burial following at the Roselawn Cemetery. Bro. Fred Morrow will officiate.

Surviving family includes, her husband of 49 years, Johnny Halbert; son, Robert Leonard Clinard, Jr; sister, Alice Faye and her husband Clarence Lee; Brother-in-Law and Sister-in-Law, Olan & Lola Halbert and Sister-in-Law, Dorothy Harbin; grandchildren, Robert Leonard Clinard, III, Erick Clinard, Shawn Mitchell Spain, Misty Fugate, Jacqueline Taylor, Destiny Nicole Jones; eight great grandchildren and may other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Glenda Gail Spain; sister, Alta Mae Dobson: and a brother, Bud Harbin.

For those desiring, memorials may be directed to

Liberty United Methodist Church,
PO Box 1643
Quitman, TX 75783-2643,

or a charity of your choice.


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My condolences to the Halbert family. I worked on several projects with Mary for a number of years. She was one of the kindness and caring person anyone could ever meet. She was quick-witted and always had a smile. Mary, my friend, may you Rest In Peace.

Diana Arevalo Apr 27 2021 12:00 AM