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1934 - 2019
Ann G. Randall Obituary
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October 17, 2019

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October 17, 2019

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October 14, 2019
Ms Randall was by far the coolest mom' ever! Julie's friends were always welcome in her home and that made us feel special. Even as I grew older I would stop by and she would open the back door and say come on in! She will be greatly missed by me and so many others.
October 12, 2019
Ann Randall Miss Randall, was my first grade teacher at Carlton Palmore Elementary on the first day that the newly built school opened. Ann was my favorite, and perhaps, the most influential teacher in my life. I fondly remembered Ann's encouragement even while in graduate school. Ann was so kind and understanding, and instilled in me a passion for lifelong learning. Anything was possible. I have so many wonderful memories of my time spent in Ann's classroom. I even remember her driving to school in her yellow Studebaker. (I hope my memory serves me correctly.) During my six years at CP, Ann would invite me back into her classroom each year to teach a class on electricity which was always a thrill, for it encouraged me to teach. Ann allowed us to explore and remain open about what we wanted to do in our lives, which may explain, in part, why I had no trouble studying to become an Episcopal priest as a second career at the age of forty. Ann Randall will be missed, but never forgotten by those whose lives she touched. My sincere condolences to Ann's family and friends.
Blessings and peace,
Mark Sims
October 10, 2019
My favorite teacher, neighbor, dog lover and as I grew older, friend and second mom, I will miss my Mimi very much! I first called Ann Mama Ann and when I had my first child, Anna, she started to call her Mimi and its been Mimi now for 18 years.
I have to say I am a little jealous because you are now with mom in Heaven sitting and chatting like you always did. Mimi was very special to my family. My children Anna and Parker loved her dearly! Mimi showed them so much love over the years! She was the sweetest most sincere lady I have ever known and she loved her Julie and Bimini beyond words! Mimi you were a light in this dark world and you are now with our Lord and Savior.
Gina Harrell
October 9, 2019
I became friends with Ann when I walked in the church for the first time several years ago. I was sitting by myself and she came right over and asked me to join the group of ladies she was sitting with. From that day forward we sat together at church. She always had such a good outlook on everything, even her health issues. I miss her so much and I will always treasure our friendship. May she rest in peace, I know she is with our maker. Love Dianne Sloan
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