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Ethel McMullen

Ethel Louise McMullen

Wednesday, May 30th, 1923 - Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020
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Obituary

Our beloved Mom, Grandmother, Nana, Great Grandmother and Great-great Grandmother passed to be with the Lord on September 22, 2020.

“In Life, we loved you dearly, in death we love you still. In our hearts you hold a place no one else will ever fill.”

Ethel Louise Pollard was born in Sebring, Florida on May 30,1923. The youngest of eight children, she was the last to join her Mother and Father, brothers and sisters in the Kingdom of Heaven.

Ethel McMullen married Edwin R. McMullen, Jr. In 1940 and moved to Miami Springs, FL. Her Husband, Edwin went to be with the Lord on March 7,1993.

She is survived by her sons, Eddie, Jr. (his wife, Sharon) Wayne and daughter, JoAnn. Grandchildren: Jimmy (deceased at the age of 3) Kimberly, Wayne, Jr., Eddie, Shannon, Teri (her husband Scott), and Jeni (her husband Jarrad). Great Grandchildren Kalie, Kaitlin, Abbey, Cade, and Logan. Great-great Grand-children Austyn and Charli. Many wonderful cousins, nieces and nephews.

All of whom were so special to Ethel and loved dearly. Ethel took great joy in being with her family and friends. She loved the beach, reading, dancing, and traveling and serving the Lord in her church in Bartow, Florida where she lived for many years until moving to Naples, FL.

We will all remember her laugh and the joy and love she gave to each of us. We all have our own special memories to cherish. She will be dearly missed and forever in our hearts...and as her great granddaughter, Abbey said, “she’s happy to be our angel now”.

A Memorial Service will be planned for a future date. In lieu of flowers you could make a donation to your local Humane Society or Animal Shelter as Mom had many rescued pets during her lifetime which were dearly loved.
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Teri Garrett

Posted at 10:53pm
I just want to say to anyone who happens along this page that the lack of people posting is in no way a reflection of who my nana was, how many people she touched, or the depth that she was loved...most of her family and friends have passed and the younger generation didn’t really get a chance to know her as she had dementia for over a decade...She was just an amazing woman who was loved dearly and will never be forgotten.
KD

kalie Davis

Posted at 10:02am
My beautiful nana. I love you so much and I’m happy you found peace, even though your missed greatly. I was telling your great great grand babies about you and about you meeting them. I show them your elephants I have and every time I do I remember your room and your perfume bottles and you telling me all about them and then us watching TV. I drink coffee everyday like you did and I’ve been thinking of you with every cup. I love you so much as did so many others. We’re lucky to have you watching over us, until we see each other again...We love you

Love
Kalie and the babies
TG

Teri Garrett

Posted at 02:41pm
My beautiful Nana, I have too many special memories to share them all....

I will forever remember shelling at the beach and then coming home and doing little crafts with the shells we found....I will remember all of our trips to Disney and you without fail to pick me up from school (you'd be sitting there with the windows down, reading a book, your hair always just so). I will remember countless games of double solitaire, clue, stratego and battleship! I will forever see you in my mind dancing in the kitchen with the broom or cooking something up for me....I can see you rocking in a chair on the porch in the mountains...souvenir shopping in Cherokee....doing a jig out of the blue, just because..

Even though you are no longer physically here, all I have to do is look inside myself and there you are...

Love always, Teri
JB

Jenifer Brown

Posted at 02:04pm
One of my favorite Nana memories was when I was just learning to drive and we came to a stop sign and I said, "Left?" and Nana and mom, in unison, said, "right." So I start turning right and they both yelled, "left!!" and I said "you said right!" Now we say correct when confirming directions. Maybe you had to be there, but it still makes me laugh. We also used to do puzzles together. We found this line of Clue puzzles so you had to put the puzzle together and then read the mystery and the clues were in the puzzle so you could solve it. When I was in college she lived close to my school so I'd drive over on some Friday nights and we'd do a puzzle and order a pizza. Love you Nana!
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