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Merle Mildred Herring Mendheim
  • September 10, 1922
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  • April 10, 2009

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MENDHEIM, MERLE MILDRED HERRING (Sept. 10, 1922--April 10, . 2009) became an RN at 50, retired at 70, and moved to Edgewater from Miami in 1993. Her children are very proud of her accomplishments. Merle is survived by her children and grandchildren, all Florida residents: Gayle Zahos;  Barbara Mendheim and her husband, Carl Nickeson, and their children Diane Nickeson-Mendheim (Brian Street) and Eric Nickeson-Mendheim;  Karen Mendheim and her son Andrew Becerra-Mendheim;  and James Mendheim. Merle was buried at Dade Memorial Park next to her husband, George Mendheim, who died in 1988. There will be a memorial service at a later date.   Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Volusia/Flagler, Southeast Volusia Care Center, 4140 S. Ridgewood Ave., Edgewater, FL 32141, where Merle received loving care in her final days. 2:00 PM at Dade Memorial Park 1301 Opa Locka Blvd. Miami, FL 33167 on April 13, 2009 (map/driving directions) Dade Memorial Park 1301 Opa Locka Blvd. Miami, FL 33167 (map/driving directions)

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  1. 23 Apr 2009
    Kimberly Davis says:
    I am so sorry to hear about Aunt Merle. We are praying for you guys during this difficult time. We love you all!

  2. 17 Apr 2009
    David & Carolyn Prevatt says:
    Our prayers are with you all during this time. We have so many good memories of both Aunt Merle and Uncle George. At this time of loss, please know that all of us are thinking of you. Please let us know when Aunt Merle's memorial service will be held.

    Love,
    Dave, Carolyn & all our family

  3. 16 Apr 2009
    Cecelia Godwin says:
    I guess I don't know how to spell my own name. I couldn't go back and fix it.

  4. 16 Apr 2009
    Cecelia Mendheim Godawin says:
    I loved Aunt Merle. I know sometimes our lives are so busy and we don't seem to have extra time other than just functioning in our own realm, BUT always remember....there is nothing better than the love of family. Family sticks together through thick and thin. The Mendheims know how to do that. I don't really understand what you all are feeling but my time with my own Mother is not too far away. Just know that I love the four of you and more importantly, God loves you. He can give you the peace and comfort that you need. In I Peter 5:10, God promises us that all His children are assured of an eternal life with Christ where there will be no suffering. Oh, what an awsome promise and gift. I will be praying for each of you. Love, Ce

  5. 16 Apr 2009
    Kenneth & Diana Mendheim says:
    Please know that you have our deepest sympathy. We love Aunt Merle and have good memories of her. When she became a nurse we were very impressed with her accomplishment. Shortly after that she generously gave us her nursing text books which we still use to this day. She was always very good and kind to us. We also have special memories of her enthusiasm for gardening and her enjoyment of the orchid plants that we shared with her. We pray that our heavenly Father bless and comfort you at this time. Love, Kenneth & Diana

  6. 15 Apr 2009
    Cheryl Bradshaw Etheredge says:
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Our Mendheim ancestors are quickly passing. Aunt Merle was always so sweet. I remember all the good times we shared while growing up. Angela and I thought we were grown when we were with you girls. May God bless you!
    Love,
    Cheryl & family

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