Marketa Nicole Clark Bailey
Published 12:00 am Sunday, July 24, 2011
June 22, 1983 – June 27, 2011
HOUSTON, Texas — Services for Marketa Nicole Clark Bailey, 28, of Houston, Texas, who died Monday, June 27, 2011, were Saturday, July 2, 2011, at The Church at Bethel’s Family in Houston with the Rev. Larry August officiating.
Burial followed at Paradise South Cemetery in Pearland, Texas under the direction of Stripling Funeral Services.
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Mrs. Bailey was born June 22, 1983, in Natchez, the daughter of Alfreda Clark and Malvin Williams. She attended Clear Brook High School and Texas Southern University. She was entrepreneur of Total Quality Transportation Services.
Mrs. Bailey was a Baptist and served as a member of Bethel’s Place Black Chamber of Commerce. She was committed to her family and community.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Walter Clark, Rachel H. Clark, Henry Williams Sr.; and two cousins, Willie James Williams and Jatari Clark.
Survivors include her loving and devoted husband, Walter Bailey Jr.; three children, Kynnydi, Camden and Camry; her parents; two sisters, LaTonya Cameron and husband, Charles, of Natchez and Shayla Williams of Houston; one brother, Donte Clark of Jackson; grandmother, Roxie Clark of Sibley; three nieces, Dominque and Delexus Clark and Varnecia Phipps; three nephews, Davion Clark, Jeremiyah Wimly and Charles Cameron III, all of Natchez; five aunts, Hattie Weir and husband, Freddie, Georgia Martin and husband, Earl, Sylvia and Brenda Clark, Mary Ann and Audrey Williams, all of Natchez; three great-aunts, Emma Shelby and Lottie Mae Clark of Sibley and Josephine Mason of Chicago; four uncles, Edward Clark and wife, Margaret, of Jackson, Roy Williams, Charles Williams and Henry Williams Jr. and wife, Irma, all of Natchez; godparents, Earl and Georgia Martin; four special cousins, Cheryl and Nekesha Clark of Natchez, Tikkia Ealey of Jacksonville, Fla., and Melana Lindsay and husband, Louie, of Dallas; father and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bailey Sr. of Houston; and a number of cousins, other relatives and friends.
Pallbearers were friends of the family.