Amy R. Mattingly

Amy R. Mattingly


Amy Mattingly, age 89, formerly of Edmond, Oklahoma went to be with our Lord and Savior on January 13, 2021. She was the daughter of Raymond and Mary Clover Wall of Martin, Tennessee and the widow of John T. Mattingly. She was preceded in death by her siblings Robert, Dorothy, and John and grandchild Jessica.

Amy was a homemaker and known lover of anything Christmas inspired. She was active in her community and church, Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church in Edmond. She was one of a kind and will be greatly missed by her many friends.

Amy met the love of her life, John T. Mattingly, at a dance hall in Memphis. They were married on March 6, 1951 and kept dancing for 63 years until his passing on July 23, 2014. Amy is survived by: her children Thomas Steven Mattingly, John Christopher Mattingly, Jill Marie McCarty (Bo), and Janel Ann Mattingly (Tiffany) her beloved six grandchildren; Molly Breitenbach (Alex), Christopher Frazier (Regan), Caroline Marshall (Jake), Steven Frazier (Tana), Austin Mattingly, Mallory Kozan (Forrest) and 2 great-grandchildren; Romy and Fiona; and her brother James Wall (Gladys), brother in law Bill Mattingly (Vicki), and sister in laws Jane Cone and Pat Mattingly.

To honor and celebrate her life, memorial donations can be made in her name to the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City (

5 thoughts on “Amy R. Mattingly”

  1. Susan Mattingly

    Rest in peace, Aunt Amy. You perfectly balanced Uncle John. I remember visiting you in Maryland when I was a child. I think I was 5 and I still remember the amazing breakfasts you made. I was much older when I realized it was part of your southern hospitality. My memories of you are of a sweet and kind lady who loved her family. You were always perfectly put together…hair, makeup, and clothing. My sympathy to my cousins left to mourn your passing.

  2. Pamela Coné Dynes

    Aunt Amy blessed so many people with her faith and kindness. Praying that you’ll find comfort in your memories of her and in the knowledge that others are missing her, too.

  3. Marcia Coné

    You will be missed, Aunt Amy. You and Uncle John were such generous and kind hosts when I had the opportunity to stay with you as I drove from Texas to Illinois several times a year as a young woman. It was such a joy to get to spend time with you.

    To my dear cousins Steve, Chris, Jill and Jan my thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn this loss. Your mother was such a gift to this world and to our Mattingly clan.

  4. Rosemary Tobin

    When I heard that dear Amy had died, it brought back so many fond memories. We met when we moved to Oklahoma and settled in to one of the first houses in Kickingbird Estates. Amy and John moved in across the street. We became instant friends and our girls, Amy and Christy, were the same age as Jan and Jill, also fast friends. We were also happy to know Chris and Steve.

    My relationship with Amy was a delightful one. She was funny and fun, and we had a good time meeting and greeting all our new neighbors. Amy was the kind of friend you always remember, a lovely, kind, generous, sweet woman. John was also a fine guy. We treasure our memories of joining them for meals out and other events.

    I pray for the repose of her beautiful soul and for her loving family.

  5. Paula Brooks, former Executive Director-Statesman Club

    Amy was a longtime resident of the Statesman Club Independent Living Community. She brought life and constant joy to us all. Her colorful personality, wit, and kindness made her one of the residents favorite friends and neighbor. Activities were always more fun when Amy was involved. My prayers to her beloved family on their loss. God received a very special angel when she returned home.

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