Lucy Dunson Ozley

Mrs. Lucy Dunson Ozley, age 76 of Litchfield Park, AZ died October 19, 2017 in Goodyear, AZ. Lucy was born May 7, 1941 in Roanoke, AL to Leroy and Avis Dunson. She married her husband of 55 years, John H. Ozley on December 22, 1961. Following John’s navel career they settled in her hometown of Roanoke, AL, then spent a few years in Birmingham, AL and Sun City Center, FL before finally retiring to Litchfield Park, AZ where she has enjoyed the past 20 years, surrounded by her children and grandchildren. Everyone that knew Mama Lucy knew that she was extremely passionate about her six grandchildren!

Lucy is survived by her husband, John H. Ozley; daughters, Lisa Ozley, Bowring (Erik), and Daphne Ozley Ronan; son, Chris Ozley, (Dana); sister, Sara D. Anderson; brothers, Sam, Charles and John Dunson; and six grandchildren, Aaron, Tanner and Amelia Bowring; Zach and Amanda Ronan; and Hayden Ozley. She was preceded in death by her parents, Leroy and Avis Dunson, and brother, Jim Dunson.

A memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers the family requests that you make a donation to your favorite charity.

9 Comments on “Lucy Dunson Ozley

  1. My Beautiful Mama Lucy!
    I’ll love you and miss you always! My heart is broken but I know you were tired.

  2. Sara Anderson, my one and only sister . God took the most beautiful rose in the garden, with such a giving soul.God must have needed you more than we did. There will forever be a vacant spot in my heart. I love you now and forever. Your sister, Sara Anderson

  3. We loved you so much, miss having you next door. One of our favorite people.

  4. My heart is broken and I relive the nurses words every day giving me the worst news of my life thus far ~ I truly can’t believe you are gone. You will always live on through myself. The hole in my heart can never be mended. I’ll love you for always my precious Mama Lucy !!

  5. She was a good woman and lived for her family and that was only one of her amazing qualities. Robin and I were able to spend time with her and John during their visit to my moms and I forgot how passionate she was about politics. I will always remember her for one great thing she did. She introduced me to my wife and I could not thank her enough. We will miss her for sure. I wonder if she will talk politics with God. I will miss my favorite aunt. Love Brain & Robin.

  6. I never had a sister until I met Lucy’s sister Sara. I felt very blessed at that time only to be more blessed when I met Lucy. They were, are and always will be my sisters. I will always love my sister Lucy and thank God for her. As we will suffer your parting from us we can rest knowing you are not suffering. God has taken a wonderful lady home.

  7. John, Lisa, Daphne and Chris– I am so sorry to hear about my cousin Lucy. It was such a shock to to me. She was such a sweet cousin of mine, remember when we lived next door to each other. I was either over her house or she was over at mine.. We spent alots of time together growing up. Lucy, you will be missed. You guys are in our prayers. May God Bless each one of you!
    Your cousin, Roseann Norred Fuller and husband Marvin Fuller

  8. Oh, Lucy, you were beautiful when we were growing up, and as I remember so much fun!
    From the above postings, sounds like you became even more beautiful inside and out in
    adulthood. I regret that I did not keep in touch, that I did not get to know that person.
    That’s my loss.
    Love and blessings to all your family and friends.
    Melba Knight Duquene Greene

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