Marna Kay Newton

Marna Kay Newton 50, of Santa Fe, TX passed away on February 24, 2020 in Galveston, TX. She was born October 13, 1969 in Galveston, TX. She was employed as a security guard with American Home Guard.

Marna was preceded in death by her parents, Douglas E. Bird, Sr. & Nan Bird; sister, Jerry Farris; three brothers, Douglas E. Bird, Jr, Lee H. Bird and Gary Bird.

Survivors include her husband, Joseph “Andy” Newton; sister, Cindy Bounds & husband, Steve of Blanco, TX; two sisters-in-law, Joyce Bird of League City, TX and Judy Bird of League City, TX and her Dearest Loving Friend, Melinda Miller and numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 28, 2020 at 6:00 pm in the Chapel of Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, TX with a visitation being held one hour prior to the service at 5:00 pm.

Interment will be at Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery in Hitchcock, TX.

6 comments

  1. You will be missed Marna. Life was hard for you, but you are now perfect!

    Timothy Boyd
  2. She was such a sweetheart and words cannot describe how much I miss her. She always had a positive attitude despite how challenging her day was. Getting visits from her with Miss Melinda were my upmost favorite! She will always have a place in my heart and my condolences goes out to her loved ones (friends and family). She is now resting and at peace and will forever be closer to us then ever before. God rest her soul. You may be gone but never forgotten, fly high Angel we love you!

    Krystal Lopez
  3. TO THE DEAR FAMILY OF MARNA newton
    I WANT TO TAKE A MINUTE TO SHARE MY GRATITUDE FOR YOU SHARING SUCH A WONDERFUL HUMAN BEING WITH THIS WORLD. SHE WAS A KIND HEARTED ,HARD WORKING,LOVING GIVING INDIVIDUAL. I AM PROUD TO HAVE CALLED HER MY FRIEND.

    LOVE AND KIND WISHES CINDY AND NICK

    cindy jones
  4. From Family Dollar Store in Santa Fe we send condolences to her family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you guys and may God embrace you.

    Kim Calvert
  5. I haven’t seen Marna since high school but she was a good friend of mine back then. She was the sweetest thing! Sorry to hear of this.

    Sharon Smith Bloomfield
  6. We are so very sorry to hear of Marna Kay’s passing. She holds a special place in our hearts. We have known her since she was a kid. I taught her in Sunday School when she was a kid at 1st Baptist Church of Alta Loma in Santa Fe, Tx. She was a Junior Bridesmaid in mine & Wayne’s wedding.
    Our prayers are with Marna Kay’s family.
    Love,
    Wayne & Mileane Cato

    Wayne & Mileane Cato

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