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Marian Rae Mitchell

Published On: Jan 28 2013 09:22:09 AM CST

Madison - Marian Rae Mitchell, age 67, passed away peacefully at Karmenta Nursing & Rehab Retirement Homes on January 24, 2013. Marian was born in Madison, WI on Nov. 19, 1945, to parents Raymond and Dorothy Mitchell and was baptized and confirmed at the South Shore Methodist Church. Marion is a graduate of Madison Central High School. After school she worked as a daycare teacher, for hotels, and had a passion for sewing. Marian would make wonderful embroidered gifts for her friends and family. She loved to frequent the library to escape into the fantasy of books. Marian's family would like to thank the staff at Karmenta, for the care they have given her the past few years.

Marian was preceded in death by her Parents, her Niece Teresa, her Nephew Danny, her Brother in-law Mr. "B", her Great Niece Jessica, her Aunt Jewell and Uncle Milford, her Aunt Minnie and Uncle Weldon. Marian is survived by her Sister Holly, her Nephews Randy, Allen, and Jamie; her Nieces Jolene and Lisa, is also survived by Great Nieces and Nephews and her Great Great Nephews. She is also survived by her Uncle Melvin and Aunt Lila Ruth.

Services will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at Cress Funeral Home, 3610 Speedway Road, Madison. Marian will be laid to rest next to her parents at Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison following the services. A visitation will be held at 10:00 AM and until time of services Wednesday at Cress Funeral Home.

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