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Mary May

Mary May Randolph

March 5th,1930- September 18th,2015
Mary Randolph of Muskego, WI. a former resident of Fountain Hills, AZ.
Born in VA. daughter of the late Elmer and Anna Scott Randolph. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution D.A.R.
Eighth generation direct descendant of George Read of Delaware, signer of the Declaration of Independance.
Surviving are her first husband Howard M. Weiler, 2 Daughters Linda K. Sundeen (Tom),of Gilbert, AZ. and Gail L. Godfrey (Steve) of Muskego, WI.
and 4 Grandchildren Robert H. Zeigler (Candace), Andrea L. Hunt (Adam), Tara L. Kent (Dustin)and Michael H. Godfrey (Holly) and 3 Great Grandsons.extended family of nieces,nephews and life long friends.
Mary grew up in College Park, Maryland. Moved to Wisconsin in 1950. Returned to Maryland in 1980 to care for her parents. After their passing she moved to Fountain Hills, AZ.and enjoyed part time work and traveling. In her senior years her hobbies included playing cards,looking at pictures of family and friends, and watching the news. She enjoyed cookies and a good pizza every now and then. Also going out for Friday fish fry, was a special treat. Her long life was very blessed. Mary split time between Arizona and Wisconsin so she could see her grandchildren and great grandsons.
Visitation Wednesday, September 23, from 4:30 PM until 6:30 PM at the Funeral Home, followed by the Funeral Service at 6:30 PM. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Milwaukee.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to Christ Lutheran School, Big Bend, appreciated.
New Berlin Chapel
16880 W. National Ave.
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Linda Sundeen

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Tara Kent

Dearest mom, thank you for waiting for me Thursday night. Just like I made you wait for me on August 27, 1953.
I know you wanted Gail and I together there with you one last time on earth. I am so glad we did that slumber party. We had lots of stories, the laughing, and the tears. We had to catch a couple of winks, we are getting to old for the all nighters!
All is well mom you did a good job! Your chores were done and God called you home.
I thank God you were blessed with 85 in a half years on earth. You saw your grandchildren grow and even saw great grandchildren. I will think of you everyday and smile your beautiful smile. Missing you already I will see you when my chores are through, I don’t know how long that will be.
Love you Linda

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