Ann Pemble Randolph Golden
GOLDEN, ANN PEMBLE RANDOLPH, Ann, a resident of Orlando, entered into glory to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, this past Wednesday evening after a battle with cancer. She was 75. Born and raised in Leesburg as a "True Southern Lady". She attended Stetson University as a ZTA Sorority sister and went on to graduate from Rollins College with honors. She loved horses, music, art, writing and most of all her family. Her creative genius allowed her to achieve many successes in the field of music and art, elementary education, as an administrator for the Central Florida Blood Bank and later as a real estate broker. She married Sam T. Randolph, Sr. in 1951 and later married Ross W. Golden (Golden Realty) of Leesburg. She is survived by her son, Tom Randolph, Jr. and her daughters, Jennie Randolph Godber and husband Rex, Nancy Randolph Bartell and husband Fred and Susan Randolph Costello and husband John; seven grandchildren, Hannah Randolph, Rob and Ansley Godber, Todd Greene and Lindsey Bartell and Chris and Bryan Ramey and her brother and sister, Frank and Peggy Pemble of Leesburg. Ann was known for her extraordinary beauty and won several beauty competitions in her younger years. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts are to be sent to First Presbyterian Church of Orlando. Visitation will be held Monday, January 30, 2006 from 5-7PM at the CAREY HAND COX- PARKER FUNERAL HOME 1350 W. Fairbanks Ave, Winter Park, FL, 407-647-1942. Services will be held at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Orlando on Tuesday, January 31, 2006 at 10AM.

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Dear Nancy: Please accept our sincere condolences on your loss. In the few moments that I had the opportunity to spend time with your Mom, it was apparent that she was a beautiful person surrounded by a loving family who realized what a gift and treasure she was.

Remember through the difficult days that follow your loss that "To be absent from the body is to be in the presence of the Lord."
Diane & John Rampino
February 2, 2006
Dear Nancy,
My thoughts and prayer's are with you and your family.

I will never forget being at your moms home on Easter. What a beautiful and gracious lady she was she made me feel so welcome.

Your mother was a beautiful southern woman in the truest form.

My deepest sympathy,
Faye Page
Faye Page
February 1, 2006
What an honor it was to be accepted by Ann into her wonderful family. So as part of the family we want to share our heartfelt sympthies on Ann's "homegoing." She was a wonderful, caring, fun person and we loved her very much. As you adjust to life without her, please know that we are doing the same. Our best to all of you. Lots of love,
The Golden family.
Billie Golden
January 31, 2006
Dear Nancy, Sharon and I wanted you to know that we are thinking of you and praying for you and your family at this difficult time. Your mom seemed like a very beautiful person and I regret that I never had the priviledge of meeting her. Much love and prayers, Debbie Armer and family
Debbie Armer
January 30, 2006
Ann was a gracious host to our family during a visit a few years ago. We had that one contact with her and have not forgotten her hospitality and a truly "Southern" breakfast in her home. She will be missed by family and friends.
George Casey
January 30, 2006
It's especially hard on those of us that hold family so dear. I don't even have to tell you how dear your mother was, it goes without saying. Love You, Linda, Steve and Family
Linda Schwartz
January 29, 2006
My Deepest Sympathy at the passing of your Mother. My prayers are for the Lord to keep you strong and may he comfort you in your grief.
I remember your mother as a very quite, beautiful person and Iam so glad I had the privilege to meet her.
Your friend Anne
Anne Smith
January 29, 2006
Nancy, my thoughts and prayer is with you and your family. And the Lord will always comfort you.
TRUST IN GOD. The Lord is a stronghold for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble. And those who know thy name put their trust in thee for thou, O Lord, hast not foresaken those who seek thee. God Bless
Marie Ramos
January 29, 2006
To Tom,Susan,Nancy,Jennie and your families I send you my thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. Your Mom was my "favorite" aunt. She was so kind and generous. I will never forget her sparkling blue eyes that held so much love. She spoke of you with such pride and love. We felt so honored when she married Ross and became a part of our family. I remember when she said to my mom, "Now we are truly sisters." I feel such a loss. Your mom was a wonderful woman. I hope you will stay in touch. I know Mom and Dad appreciated all your help Jennie with the phone calls when your Mom was in the hospital.It meant alot to them. Thank you. Blessings.
Liz Anne Golden-Nakayama
January 28, 2006
Thinking about you today and all the wonderful things Ann did which made her special. We wish there was something we could do to make it a little easier. Just know your family is in our thoughts.
Bill & Bertie Hunt
January 28, 2006
We extend our love and sympathy to all who love Ann as we did. We wish we could be there to share memories with you but our health deprives us of this privilege.
Jim and Liz Golden
Jim and Liz Golden
January 28, 2006
We express our sympathy and pray the family will be comforted in their loss.
Al and Lee Davies
January 28, 2006
Ann was a wonderful neighbor and a fun workout partner. She always had a smile and positive attitude despite how she was feeling. She will be greatly missed.
Anne Hovarter
January 28, 2006
To Ann’s Family,
Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers as you begin the painful adjustment to earthly life without your mother. I celebrate with you her "heavenly homecoming" and know without a doubt, she is at true peace and comfort!!!!
As the wonderfully written obituary reminds us, your mother’s beauty started inside with her generous loving heart and shined all the way through to her contagious insatiable smile.
Please know that your mother’s neighbors on Neptune Drive are here for you if we can help in any way.
My life was touched by your precious Mom and I know she "lives on" in the lives of her children and grandchildren.
Love, Yvonne Engwall
Yvonne Engwall
January 28, 2006