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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. 16 Sep 2020
    Nicole A. Makowski says:
    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. 16 Sep 2020
    Nicole A. Makowski says:
    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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