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Mardell Mullen

MULLEN---Mardell, 94, Laurel View Village, formerly of Upper Yoder Township, died March 14, 2019, at Laurel View Village. Born October 8, 1924, in Windber, daughter of Harry and Viola (Shilling) Beckley. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Gerald Mullen, brother, Bill Beckley; and sisters, Ida Mae Denny, Ora Beckley and Eunice Smith. Survived by daughters, Cindy Mullen, Johnstown; and Kris Moore and husband, Russ, East Greenwich, RI; grandchildren, Kristin Weinzierl and husband, Brad Best, Cumberland, B.C.; Matthew Weinzierl, Fitchburg, WI; and Tom Moore and wife, Rachel, East Greenwich, RI; great-granddaughter, Becklen Best; grand-dogs, Sunny, Bailey and Tucker. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Mardell was an avid golfer. Longtime member of North Fork Golf Club. Was an avid bridge player and was involved with many local and out of town tournaments and couples groups. Member of Christ Lutheran Church, Elknud Lane. Mardell was the last surviving member of her immediate family. A private memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family. The family is being served by the Harris Funeral Home, 500 Cherry Lane, Richland. Online condolences may be posted at www.wharrisfuneralhome.com. Cremation by Laurel Highlands Crematory at Harris Funeral Home.


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Cindy and Kris: Sorry for the loss of your mother. Our parents were such good friends. Remembering all the great times we had including trips to Idlewild. Deepest sympathy Gary, Jerry and Roger

Gary Ripple Mar 17 2019 12:00 AM

I love you Gram. You were and are the best grandmother. I will never forget your kindness or your smile, how you always greeted people with warmth and vivacity! You have a smile, a directness, and a brightness that nothing can dim, including your rough years toward the end. Even then, you never lost your sense of humor, which I will always hold dear, and you never lost your toughness. I know you are with us now, and you can see Pappy again, which I know will make you happiest. Your light will never fade and you are in my heart as I write these words. Thank you for starting our family, for giving me such a lovely mom, aunt, and cousins. All your family members are with you, Gram, and I feel more reunited with them and with you at this sad time. We love you, as I know you love us.

Tom Moore, grandson Mar 16 2019 12:00 AM