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Mildred L. La Mascus
May 7, 2020
I don't even know where to start.
Our last conversation, you told me you were loving all the restaurants delivering food, and how my mom wouldn't order from them for fear of COVID germs. You said, "I'll die happy with a cheeseburger in my mouth" and I laughed. I would never have believed that before this virus was finished, you would, in fact, leave this world.
I was happy that you were coherent and could hear me for most of the phone call.
You took me to and from school when I was in private school and busses weren't a thing. You took care of me when my mom needed to take care of Billy.
You came to all my badminton games.
You were grandma Millie to all of my friends.
I once asked you if you knew everyone. You could strike up a conversation with anyone, anytime. It was hard for me to believe that at one time, you were shy.
I'll always cherish our lunches at Velvet Creamery. You always order a jr. strawberry sundae. And you love Baskin Robbins vanilla the best.
You have always been there. And now you aren't.
I don't know how to say goodbye.
I love you.
May 7, 2020
Our condolences during this difficult time. We know Mildred only by way of Brent, but given the opportunity we would offer our thanks for sharing her son with Sherman, Clay & Co all these years (with many more to come) and let her know his kindness and thoughtfulness should bring much pride.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
The Parsons Family
May 6, 2020
Thinking about you today. Its been a rough day, not like the others. I can usually make it thru without too much grief, but today seems different. Knowing you will rest forever after tomorrow, is the only solace I can afford myself.
Thinking about every call, every time I walked in the door, how you would light up as if you hadn't seen me for days. How you cared for me and made sure I was cared for. How every time I left, you had a care package of some kind for me including gas money and some gift that was in line with what I was collecting at the time(key chains/pennies/nascar/and anything Elvis)
Well you are the best mom of all time. I will cherish every moment, every picture, every gift that I come across that you gave me and reminds me of you.
Until we meet again,
Your Loving Son
May 6, 2020
It’s hard to believe that I met Millie and Rene over 25 years ago now. I was just starting a new job and was scared to death but they both welcomed me into their homes and helped me with my new venture. The best part of that little job was the lasting friendships I received. Millie was a true blessing she was more than a customer or a friend she became family. She was Granny Millie. She helped me through some difficult times. Growing up our son Anthony gave us some challenging times. We always seemed to butt heads the two of us and left me in tears. Of course I thought we were the only parents going through this and often kept silent. I didn’t need to with Millie she just seemed to know I needed someone . She would call to see how Anthony was doing but never judge . She listened and often said one day you will see , things will turn around and be better . She was so right. Thank you Millie for your love and friendship and becoming a part of our family . We are going to miss you
May 5, 2020
I remember her picking up Jenn when we were in high school. I called her grandma Millie! She always had a smile on her face and I am so glad that she invited me into her family through Jenn. She was an amazing woman, and though I haven't seen her in years, she will be missed.
May 5, 2020
RENEE (SIS) YOUR MOM WAS FAMILY SHE WILL BE FOREVER MISSED IM SO SORRY I LOVE YOU SIS
April 29, 2020
I have over 40 years of cherished memories of Millie. She was a kind and generous person. She loved her family fiercely. It is no secret that I was a disaster in the kitchen. 40 plus years ago, she showed me how to make her wonderful tuna casserole. I still make it often and think of her every time I do. Although I add cheese to mine...sorry Brent! 😉 Bill was always tinkering with a car or working on the kitchen remodel. They were clearly a “couple.” Renee and I continue to call or text each other on our birthdays. I call her to “lovingly” remind her she is another year older. She calls me to revel in the fact that I am 6 months older than she is and always will be. Millie was rightfully proud of her family. I look up in the evening and the sky is brighter. Millie’s energy, love and goodness are illuminated by our newest heavenly star. She will never be forgotten.
Marilyn Shaw young
April 28, 2020
Lot of fun, good memories being on the chicken ranch with all the family.love to Bill,Brent, Renee and the grandkids