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Mildred Amelia Moranville

Binghamton, New York

1926 - 2013

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I truly cannot believe it is has been a year since we saw you. I think of you almost every day with love in my heart and memories of days gone by, please keep you beautiful light shining down on me. with love Polly

To our Millie. The most wonderful neighbor we ever had. We will miss your most delicious brownies and chex mix, but most of all we will miss you. You may be gone, but you will always be in our hearts and never forgotten.
Diana, Amanda & JD

To our Millie, the most wonderful neighbor we ever had. We are going to miss your most delicious brownies and chex mix, but most of all we are going to miss you. You may be gone, but you are forever in our hearts. Diana, Amanda & JD

My Aunt Millie was one of the most beautiful people I know. She was an inspiration and a matriarch, always there for sound advice. She was a caregiver, always looking out for everyone. She was an avid letter writer. Her letters will be sorely missed. She was a wonderful cook. I've missed her banana cream pies for a while. Though, I miss them both, I know it was time for Uncle Bill to move on and I know that Aunt Millie wanted to go with him. I know their kind and gentle spirits are...

YOUR FRIENDSHIP AND LOVE has been the biggest blessing in our lives, I know you know how much we loved you and all that you have meant to us all through the years. With you in our hears forever.. Jim, Polly, Mack and Lenore Doyle

You will always live in our hearts and prayers.

A wonderful friend is in Heaven, along with her husband and son. Millie was one in a million and she will be missed by everyone who knew her. The world was a better place because of her and her family. We are grateful that we were a part of Millie's life while she was here on earth. Thank you Millie; you will not soon be forgotten.

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Moranville, Mildred AmeliaMildred Amelia Moranville (Lichte), born Sept. 29, 1926 passed away peacefully in her home on March 19, 2013. She is predeceased by Bill Moranville; her husband of 66 years; her son Michael; her parents Fred and Annette Lichte; brother Harold Lichte; and sister Bernice...

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