Esther Fay McCord Wolf

Esther Fay McCord Wolf
Esther Fay McCord Wolf

Esther Fay McCord Wolf, 90, of Amarillo, TX passed away June 18, 2020.

Services will be at 2:00 P.M., Monday, June 22, 2020, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd., with Mike Martin officiating. Burial will be at Llano Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Amarillo.

Esther Fay McCord Wolf was born March 8, 1930, at Silvercreek Township, Burden Cowley, Kansas to Reverend Floid R. McCord and Beulah Chappell McCord. She was one of four children, and lived in Kansas most of her early life.

Esther married Charles (Chuck) Wolf on February 1, 1946. She loved the Lord, and expressed that love for the Lord by playing the piano and organ in many of the Church’s she attended through her years. Those talents were also shared with students that she gave piano lessons to.

Her family meant so much to her, and they will truly miss her wit and vast knowledge of many subjects. Her intelligence was evident at an early age when she had to skip a grade, so she would not be bored.

She was always one to share her knowledge of God’s word of the Bible, with her family and those that she befriended, so that all understood her love of her Lord and Savior.

In later years of her working life, she managed GNC stores, and later her and Chuck owned and operated A to Z Nutrition in Amarillo, TX.

Esther is survived by one sister, Joan Winterscheid, of Emporia, Kansas; one daughter, Cathy Fay Teague and husband Larry, of Amarillo; one son, Gaylon Lynn Wolf and his wife Debbie, of Amarillo; four grandchildren, Larry Shawn Teague, Jason Lee Teague, of Amarillo, Heather Fay Davis, of Lubbock, and Kris Wolf, of Amarillo; nine great-grandchildren, Landon Teague, of Alexandria, VA, Tori Teague, Blair Teague, Madison Teague, Porscha Teague, Colin Teague, all of Amarillo, and Jaedyn Davis, of Lubbock, TX; and ten great-great-grandchildren.

2 Replies to “Esther Fay McCord Wolf”

  1. Thoughts and prayers for the Wolf and Teague Family’s. May God wrap his arms around you and comfort you during this difficult time. May your hearts be at ease knowing Grandma Wolf is in the arms of Jesus. Much love.

  2. That is our purpose here,to do the work of the Lord. God is eternal,love to all your family.Ester was a worker of our creator.

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