Michele Mitchem Mallet

July 21, 1944 ~ July 19, 2015

Michele "Mickeye" Mitchem Mallet, 70, of Sulphur, died Sunday July 19, 2015 at a local care center after an extended illness. Ms. Mickeye was a life-long resident of Sulphur. She was the daughter of the late Walter Lee and Frances Khoury Mitchem. A 1962 graduate of Sulphur High School, she returned to this school and worked as the secretary for 25 years, retiring in 2007. She was also an active member of Henning United Methodist Church, where she was a member of the Mustard Seed Pottery Class. Mickeye also participated with active roles in the Campfire Girls, as a lifeguard at Sulphur Parks and Recreation and with Camp Wi Ta Wentin. She was a very social person, enjoying visits with family and friends and getting to know others. Those left to honor and cherish her memories are her beloved husband of 45 years, John E. Mallet, Sulphur; daughters, Janelle Mallet, Houston and Meredith Head and husband Jason of Vidor, TX. Visitation will be on Wednesday July 22, 2015 from 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM at Johnson & Robison Funeral Home. A Celebration and Remembrance of Mickeye's life will be at 6:00 PM Wednesday at the Funeral Home. Mickeye requested that this time be of celebration and thanksgiving and one of happy memories, not one of sadness and sorrow.

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  1. Meredith, So very sorry about the loss of your Mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May The peace of our Lord be with you. Blessings, Emily

  2. Mickey worked with my mother, Lois Koonce, for years at DS Perkins. She always had a way of making people smile or laugh. I didn't realize she had been ill. Prayers for your family during this time of loss.

  3. Janelle and Meredith, I am saddened to learn of you loss. I have such fun memories of spending time at Sulphur High with your dear mom.

  4. So sorry for your loss. Moms are special. Will keep your family in my prayers. I will never for get your mom was doing the morning announcements @SHS and she said SH$t instead of sheet…still laugh at that. Also she was so easy to find at the ball park with her big hat. Good memories. Bless you girls.

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