Meda Moulding Underdown
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UNDERDOWN, Meda Moulding

Age 84, passed on her birthday, February 12th, 2020.She was born February 12th, 1936 to Joseph W. and Barbara E. Miller in Aurora, Illinois. As she grew up, she loved riding horses and dreamed of a life in the Southwest. She attended the University of Arizona and was a member of her Sorority, Tri Delta. While attending the University of Arizona she fell in love with her future husband Raymond Lee Underdown. She lived many years with her family on Elephant Head Ranch in Amado, Arizona. She dedicated her life to raising her two children, Joe Ray and Debbie Underdown. She had a deep love for all animals, her family and shopping for antiques. She is survived by her son, Joe Ray Underdown, Debbie's sons, Harley and Dustin Martin and her great-granddaughter, Harlee May Martin. She is also survived by her two nieces, Holly Farnsworth and Brooke Suffecool. Celebration of life will be at a later date. The family requests donations be made in lieu of flowers to the Alzheimer's Foundation. Arrangements by GREEN VALLEY MORTUARY.

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Published in Arizona Daily Star from Mar. 21 to Mar. 25, 2020.
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March 28, 2020
Joe Ray, Harley and Dustin-
We just heard about Meda's passing.
We're sure sorry. We're thinking of you all in your time of grief.
Matt, Janine and Family
Matt Martin
March 24, 2020
Joe Ray, Keeping you & your family in my prayers.
~ Bea Anne Berg
March 24, 2020
Joe Ray: I am once again undone. First your Dad, then your sister, now your Mom. We went back to grade school. I have so many memories of our friendship: picnics in the pasture at Elephant Head, Easter gatherings on the lawn in GV, visits at Poe Street when our kids were little - oh, my, where do the years go?? We had such a lot in common, even to the point of losing our precious daughters. Meda was my last contemporary- we always said we'd live to
"at least 85" - I regret that she did not make it, but she would laugh to know that I
will be there in June. I have thought of her often. She was a dear friend and will be sorely missed.
Please know my thoughts are with you.
Nellia Shields
March 21, 2020
Joe Ray-
So sorry to hear of your Mom's passing.
May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time.
We will always cherish our memories of time spent with the Underdown's.
Marguerite Brown
Julie Valenzuela
marguerite brown
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