Melissa McLane Obituary, Death – Melissa Drury McLane, age 53, of Covington, Kentucky, passed away at her home on the 16th of January, 2023, following a battle with illness that was carried out in an at ease manner. On February 6, 1969 in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, she was born to her parents, Foster Raymond Drury and Marilyn Rae Drury. Her grandparents are also named Drury. Melissa was a warm and giving person who was well-liked and respected by a large number of people in her life.
She was a devoted wife, mother, and Lolli to her grandchildren. Her grandchildren thought the world of her. Her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren all called her “Lolli.” She treasured all of the memories that she had made at the lake, both with the people she had met there and at the lake itself. She had a deep love for the lake. She was the force that brought everyone in her family closer together and served as the family’s unifying factor.
Her relationships with her friends and family brought her the most joy in life, and she found that she was happiest when she was able to spend time with those she loved. Melissa was someone her friends could confide in without fear of repercussions, someone they could lean on in times of need, and someone who could always brighten their day with a smile.
Her husband Brian McLane, her children Jake Fraiture (Cori Fraiture), Jessica Cable (Garrett Cable), and Tyler Fraiture, her step-children Courtney Mize (Tyler Mize) and Reiley Harris (Cory Harris), and her four grandchildren Jocelyn Walker, Jet Walker, Jax Walker, and John Walker, along with her step-mother Patricia Drury and her father-in-law all passed away.
Her step-grandchildren Jocelyn Walker Together with John McLane’s mother-in-law Karen Mc In addition to her biological sisters, Melissa is joined in the afterlife by her cherished sister Meredith Drury Murphy as well as her step-sisters Sue Salchert and Amy Vince, who both passed away before her. The memories of many of her cousins, aunts and uncles, nephews and nieces, and other relatives will ensure that her legacy lives on.