Alma Lea Corbell Clardy
May 29, 1921  -  February 26, 2019

Alma Lea Corbell Clardy

Marrs-Jones-Newby Funeral Home
505 Old Austin Highway
Bastrop, TX  
Monday, March 4, 2019
6:00 to 8:00pm
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Celebration of Life
Marrs-Jones-Newby Funeral Home
505 Old Austin Highway
Bastrop, TX  
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
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Bateman Cemetery
Bateman, TX  

Alma Lea Corbell Clardy, 97, of Arlington, Texas and formerly Bastrop, Texas went to be
with her Lord on February 26, 2019. Alma was born May 29, 1921 in Red Rock, Texas
to Paul Adolphus and Mettie Culpepper. She married Jack Corbell on March 5, 1938 in
Bastrop County, Texas.

Jack passed away on April 2, 1980. Alma later married Ennis Clardy, who also preceded
her in death. She was also preceded in death by 3 sisters, Evaline Hanna, Elizabeth Young
and Dale Luken.

Alma retired as a telephone operator from AT&T on June 30, 1983. However, she began
those years as a telephone operator in Bastrop, Texas for Southwestern Bell Telephone
Company, which later became AT&T.

Alma was a devout Christian and a constant prayer warrior.

Alma is survived by: a son and daughter-in-law, Tom and Gloria Corbell; a sister, Dorothy
Labermayer; 3 grandchildren, David Corbell, Eric Corbell and Sabrina Koenn;
7 great-granddaughters; a great-grandson; and a great-great-grandson.

There will be a visitation at Marrs-Jones Newby Funeral on Monday, March 4, 2019 from
6:00 to 8:00pm. A celebration of Life will be at the funeral home on Tuesday, March 5, 2019
at 10:00am. Interment will be in Bateman Cemetery, Bateman, Texas.


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  1. Kay Clardy
    Buchanan Dam, TX

    Wish I could give my condolences in person but saw the obituary too late. Tom I know how much you loved and honored your Mom and she adored you. Gloria you were a wonderful daughter to Alma, I know it was by marriage but she treasured you. I witnessed the strong bond and dedication you all had for each other.
    Now she can watch her beloved baseball from the perfect seat. May she rest in peace and you keep her memories alive in your hearts.

  2. Carole Mason
    Austin, TX

    I will always remember Ms. Clardy when she and Ennis would bring their home grown tomatoes and shelled pecans to the SWBT unit in Austin. They were the best that I have ever eaten. I was an operator at the time. She was a dear sweet lady and will be missed dearly by those who loved her. Condolences to the family for the loss of your family member.

  3. Larry and Linda Schievelbein
    Taylor, TX

    To Tom, Gloria, and the entire family -
    What a reunion in Heaven. She was always cheerful and loved you all so much. She was a prayer warrior I could always depend upon. How blessed we were to have her in our lives. Linda and Larry Schievelbein

  4. Yvonne Nail
    Sachse, TX

    So sorry for your loss. May God be with the family at this difficult time. My deepest sympathy.

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