Celebrating the life of

Mae Foon Eng Jue

Passed away on August 05, 2020

Mae Foon Eng Jue

Mae Foon Eng Jue (February 9, 1935 – August 5, 2020)
Mae Foon Eng Jue, 85, of Savannah, died August 5, 2020 at Memorial Medical Center. She was born on February 9,1935 in Jacksonville, FL, the daughter of the late Jung Fie Ng and the Lee Fong Ng.
She often told stories of growing up on a farm owned by her father and his brothers in Jacksonville, Florida. She and her 5 brothers and 3 sisters helped out on the farm which supplied Chinese vegatables to restaurants. After graduating high school she attended Montreat College in 1953 and then
Georgia Baptist Nursing School when she met her future partner for life , Raymond Jue , Jr. They spent a wonderful 63 years together raising their four children in Savannah, Ga.
Mae was happiest cooking outstanding, memorable Chinese dishes for her family and friends. After the kids were grown, she spent years working in the family owned 7-11 Minit Store on DeRenne Avenue. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends.
Mae Foon was predeceased by her husband Raymond Jue, Jr. She is survived by her brother-in-law, Robert Jue, and his wife Joy; her sons: Tommy and his wife Valerie, Allen and his wife Debi of Marietta, Rodney and his wife Donna, and her daughter Denise and her husband Armand of Marietta; grandchildren Bruce and his wife Aparna of Marietta, Mandy Freeman of Atlanta, Jamie of Colorado, Brayton, Copelyn, Ashley, Ryan and Addison of Marietta; great-grandchild Arya of Marietta; two brothers, Wah Gat Eng and Wah Quon Eng of St Louis; several cousins, nieces and nephews.
The family will have a private graveside service.
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We are so sorry to read about Mae. We have fond memories of Raymond and Mae at the 7-11 on DeRenne. Those were good days. May you find comfort in those good days and cherish them. Sincerely, Ken and Amelia McDonald

- Amelia and Ken McDonald, Savannah, GA

So sorry to hear of AiYee's passing. She was a wonderful woman we all loved and will miss her. Let us know if we can do anything for you all. May she rest in peace.

- Wong, Marietta, GA

So sorry for your loss. She will surely be missed. Sending our love.

- David and Joni Marino, Columbia, South Carolina

I’m so sorry for your loss! I have so many wonderful memories of your parents. They will be missed! Praying for y’all.

- Natalie, Brookhaven , Mississippi

I remember her as a wonderfully kind lady that always had a smile on her face. My prayers go out to the family during this time of loss. May God's grace shine down on each of you.

- Tommy Tillman , Savannah

So sorry to hear about your loss! Our deepest condolences to you and your family!

- Soo See Tan & Yit Aun Lim

Your mom will surely be missed. Her sweet smile and stories and fun conversations Prayers for comfort during this time.

- Anita Conway, Chickasha, OK

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. So sorry to hear the sad news.

- Carl A. Griffin, Jr. Tony , Cumming , Georgia

growing up in savannah,going to school at wilder and jenkins and living on 72nd st. i always enjoyed talking to mrs.jue. tommy and allen at the store.

- henry white, ellabell, ga

I am so very sorry for your loss

- Rita Junco, Sylvania , Ga

We were so saddened to learn of your family’s loss. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.

- Scott and Pat Dickinson, Savannah, GA

l am so sorry for the loss of Mae. I was she and Raymond's next door neighbor growing up in Daffin Heights. My 1st job was working part time for Raymond & Jenny at the DeRenne Ave store while I was in high school. May the Lord Bless this family during this difficult time.

- Paul J Weber, Savannah, GA

So sorry to hear of her passing. She was a great lady. My son Aaron Bourgeois worked at the 7-11 for many years during high school and college. He really enjoyed Mrs. Jue.

- Rosalie Bourgeois, Marietta, GA

The 7-11 was my very first job. I learned a lifetime of lessons from the Jue family. I pray Tommy, Valerie, Rodney, Donna and the family can all find peace in knowing that Mr and Mrs Jue are with the Lord.

- Chris Robertson, Savannah , Ga

I was so sad when I heard of Auntie Mary's death. She was a sweet, sassy, fun and funny, loving wife, mother, grandmother and aunt! Please know I am praying for each one of you as you continue to grieve her passing. We love you all.

- Karen Cheong, Louisville, KY

I was so sorry to hear about Aunt Foon passing! She was always so kind to me. I have so many memories of going to the store after school. I loved the slushes with the ice cream. At the family reunions we always caught up and somehow she ended up sharing recipes with me. I am sorry for your loss! I know she will be greatly missed!

- Cindy Woo Nichols, Rock Hill, SC

My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Aunt Mae and Uncle Raymond were always so kind.

- Karen Clark Panzitta, Savannah, Ga

So very sorry to see that Mrs.Jue passed away. The Jue's were our neighbors in Daffin Heights. Mrs. Jue always called me "Judy" and when I would tell her my name is Julie she would say, "I know but I like Judy better" such a wonderful family. It was great growing up with Tommy, Allen, Rodney and Denise. Although Denise was a little one when the family moved". Raymond and Mae Jue were such kind and loving people. Rest in peace.

- Julie Sublette, Alpharetta, GA

Mrs Mae was one of my favorite patients at Dr Harman’s office. She will be missed so much!! May you find comfort in the days ahead. Patti Kessler

- Patti Kessler, Springfield , Ga

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel

  • Services Will Be Private