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July 22, 2018

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July 22, 2018

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October 16, 2017
A dear lady! I was Mildred's across the street neighbor and became enamoired with her kind and loving way of dealing with life. One of our most delightful tines was my taking her shopping for "something special prior to a visit with her greatgrands. She selected a shirt that had sequins and we laughed and laughed at the thought that the babies would realize that they had a very "with it" granny!
May she rest in peace,
October 13, 2017
What a beautiful tribute to the wonderful and kind hearted, Mildred Young. I grew up at Good Shepherd always enjoying her smile. She will continue to be a treasure.
October 13, 2017
This remarkable woman was a joy to our choir for many years. She kept our music filed and cataloged each week. We thought of her as a favorite aunt and had an azalea plant ready for her birthday each spring. Her hats are a Good Shepherd legend. I loved looking out from the choir loft and seeing which hat she would choose in "her place" in the side chapel near the front of the church. We are indeed blessed to have known and loved her so many years. Glenda Goehrs, Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Austin.
October 12, 2017
Mildred was a family friend in Austin since the 1960s. Her warm personality, laughter, and charming conversation made her a delightful dinner companion. As she developed ailments late in life, she bore them with dignity and good humor. Mildred was always modest about her many accomplishments. I feel honored to have known this great lady.