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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Mary 'Tut' Estes, wife of DL Capt. Jack Estes

~ IN MEMORY ~
Mary ‘Tut’ Estes, wife of DL Capt. Jack Estes
November 29, 1920 ~ January 3, 2013
 
Notification of the passing of Mary ‘Tut’ Estes, wife of retired DL pilot and Delta Golden Wings member Capt. Jack L. Estes. Born Mary Josephine Evans on November 29, 1920, ‘Tut’ was 92 years of age at the time of her passing January 3rd. Mary was working as a secretary at Delta Air Lines where she met her husband to be. Jack had hired on with Delta 01-01-1946. Captain Jack and ‘Tut’ have been married now for 60 years.

To view/sign the online guestbook please visit the funeral home website at http://www.davisstruempf.com/ or

Survived by her husband Jack
personal condolences may be sent to the family at
4695 N CHURCH LN SE APT 10105
SMYRNA GA 30080-5003
(404) 355-9071 .. (770) 433-0581

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ESTES, Mary MARY "TUT" ESTES Mary "Tut" Estes, 92, formerly of Vinings, died January 3. Born Mary Josephine Evans on November 29, 1920, Tut grew up in Hapeville as the sixth of seven children in a remarkably close-knit family. A natural beauty, she was twice crowned "Miss Hapeville", in 1937 and 1938. She worked for ten years as a secretary at Delta Air Lines, where she met her husband Jack Estes, a pilot. Tut and Jack enjoyed traveling, tennis, and running well into their 70s, and Tut also loved to take long, early morning walks in their Cochise neighborhood. A woman of kindness, beauty, laughter, faith, and strength, she will be missed by the many who loved her. Surviving relatives include her devoted husband of 60 years, Jack, her daughter Leigh and husband Jeff Schlichting, and their two daughters, Nicole and Emma. A memorial service will be held Saturday, January 12, at 2:00 PM, at Presbyterian Village (Lakeview Chapel), 2000 East-West Connector, Austell. Further details: http://www.davisstruempf.com 

.Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on January 6, 2013

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