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Mary “Mamie” Redman
  • October 14, 1913
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  • May 28, 2019

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Obituary

Mary “Mamie” Redman, 105, passed to her heavenly home on May 28, 2019.  She was born in Elmsford, New York on October 14, 1913 to Joseph and Josephine Mortell.

Mamie was a seamstress for her sister, Sara, in White Plains, New York for many years. She lived in Armonk, New York, for nearly 40 years and was heavily involved in Church activities.  She moved to Florida 11 years ago to live with her niece, Marilyn Bauer, who now resides in the Village of Gilchrist.

Mamie was known for her positive attitude, faith, love of family, friends and life and constant smile. She enjoyed attending all events with the neighbors in Gilchrist and riding in her niece’s golf cart around the Villages. No one could believe she was 105!

Preceded in death by her husband, Billy, and all her siblings: Sara Barker, Rose Iverson, Josephine Curley, Joe Mortell, Frank Mortell and Margaret Bauer; and niece, Jo Ann Bancks and nephews, Bob Mortell and Tom Curley.  She is survived by her ten nieces: Elaine Perilli, Sandra Nittoli, Audrey Curley, Beverly (Bob) Thate,  Carolyn (Bryan) Gibbs, Marilyn Bauer, Georgia Lynn (Kenny) Jewell, Brenda (Don) Althoff, Cathy (Ken) Crumbacker and Bicky Jo Redman and many great nieces and great nephews.

Mamie will be buried at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in White Plains, New York in her family plot.  A Celebration of Life will be held in The Villages later this summer.  Online condolences may be expressed at www.baldwincremation.com.

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  1. 06 Jun 2019
    Cathy and Ken Crumbacker says:
    Dearest family. We all were very blessed to have Aunt Mary in our family! She was from a generation that loves God, The Church, Their Family, and their Country. Our world has started from the basic values we were taught. Aunt Mary was a true example of those values. She truly was wonderful. We will all see her again when God calls us home. The perpetual light is shining brightly upon her

  2. 06 Jun 2019
    Brenda Althoff says:
    Dear Marilyn.

    Thanks so much for being such a wonderful caregiver to Mamie. Her kind gentle and loving spirit and the endless joy she brought to all of our lives will be greatly missed.

    Her love of GOD, family and friends and support for others was such a blessing and has inspired us all.

    May the peace and the love of God rest upon you to bring comfort and courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

    You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    With much Love.

    Brenda (Redman) and Donnie Althoff

  3. 05 Jun 2019
    Brenda Redman Althoff says:
    Dear Marilyn.

    Thanks so much for being such a wonderful caregiver to Mamie. Her kind gentle and loving spirit and the endless joy she brought to all of our lives will be greatly missed.

    Her love of GOD, family and friends and support for others was such a blessing and has inspired us all.

    May the peace and the love of God rest upon you to bring comfort and courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

    You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    With much Love.

    Brenda (Redman) and Donnie Althoff

  4. 05 Jun 2019
    Barb Kraus says:
    Dear Marilyn and Family,
    My sympathy to you all at the lost of Mamie. She lived such a good, long life. An example to all who knew her.