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Mary Ann Nicodemus-Havens
  • June 01, 1947
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  • September 14, 2020

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Mary Ann Nicodemus-Havens, 73, of Leesburg, FL passed away September 14, 2020.  She was born in Marinette, WI to Franklin and Dorothy (Wescher) Hodgins and moved to Florida 10 years ago.  She was a retired High School Teacher, having taught for 22 years in Humble, TX.  Mary was Presbyterian by faith and was a member of the Hawthorne Camping and Boat Clubs.  She is survived by her husband, Rod; children, Sean and Molly Nicodemus, Keri Bourque and John Havens; grandchildren, Samantha Gomez, Spencer Nicodemus, Nick and Bobby Culwell and Meagan, Lauren and Brady Bourque.  In lieu of flowers the family requests contributions in Her memory be made to: Livingston First United Church PO Box 1638, 2801 US Hwy 109, W. Livingston, TX 77351.  Arrangements by Baldwin Brothers Funerals & Cremations, Wildwood, FL 352-430-1449.


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  1. Nicole A. Makowski says:
    16 Sep 2020
    I am not sure if my previous entry was received. Mary Nicodemus-Havens, you were such an energetic and lovable soul; I cannot believe you are gone. You left without saying goodbye. I am sorry your body was ravaged by this horrible disease. But, I do believe, your soul will go on. Thank you for being one of my favorite teachers ever, and for teaching me to believe in myself, I believe you always wanted the best for me. May your soul forever rest in peace, knowing that you are forever loved! Sincerely, Nicole A. Makowski

  2. Nicole A. Makowski says:
    16 Sep 2020
    Dearest Mary ~ My soul is completely crushed; I did not expect this, so soon. You were an ebullient spirit, indomitable, and full of life! I'll never forget how you championed for me, always, and saw great potential. I hope I can live up to your expectations for me; you always wanted me to strive in life. Thanks for being the best teacher ever, and I will always be touched by your light and presence in my life. May God love and keep you, Sincerely, Nicole A. Makowski

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    16 Sep 2020
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