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In Memory of Mary Redmond
Mary Elizabeth Devlin Redmond was born October 3, 1941 in Boston, Massachusetts daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Edward Devlin and Claire Williams Devlin. She passed away quietly with family present on 10 February after a long battle with cancer.
Mary was preceded in death by her parents, and her brother Edward T. Devlin. Mary is survived by her husband of 57 years Lawrence; her son, Lawrence Edward Redmond and daughter-in-law Elizabeth of Bethesda MD: Katherine Redmond Parkins and son-in-law P. Scott Parkins of Winter Park FL, and Patricia Redmond Skiendziel and son-in-law Erik Skiendziel of Tampa FL; as well as five grandchildren: Lawrence and Colin Redmond; Scott Parkins; and Erik and Katie Skiendziel.
In 1962 while living at Fort Benning, GA Mary met Larry and they were married July 6, 1963 at Fort McPherson, Georgia. The family traveled extensively during Larry’s army career. Mary was a volunteer in many activities, Red Cross, Thrift Shop, Officers Wives Club, Nursery Board and the Military Council of Catholic Women at various Army bases.
Upon retirement Mary and Larry settled in Tampa, FL at which time Mary enrolled in college. She graduated from the University of Tampa and went on to the University of South Florida to earn a Master’s Degree. Mary later moved to Solivita where she played Bridge, Mah-Jongg, and co-founded and moderated the community Cancer Support Group for 19 years as well as serving as the Treasurer of the Community Emergency Response Team for 16 years and a member of the Scholarship Committee of the 101st Airborne Division Association for 14 years. She was a Eucharistic Minister and visitor to the shut in for St. Rose of Lima Church for 10 years.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church (day and time TBD). Burial, at a later date, will be at Fort Benning Ga.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Scholarship Fund of The 101st Airborne Division Association, P.O Box 929, Fort Campbell, KY 42223,ccall 931-431-0199 to make a donation in Mary’s name over the phone, or donate online.