Mary Lou Redding

 

Mary Lou Redding has peacefully passed away at home, surrounded by family, on November 3rd, 2020. Born on November 27th, 1938, Mary Lou was the daughter of the late Clifford and Margaret Shreve. She is predeceased by her beloved husband Harold and children Harold Junior, Shari and Tanya.

Mary Lou leaves behind her children, Lee Ann, Duane (Joyce), Dana, Yvette, Andre (Tracey) and Christopher. She is also survived by siblings Earnestine, Brenda, Sandra, Marva and Charles and is predeceased by siblings Arnetta, Nadine, Valerie, Douglas, Barb and Edsel. Mary Lou will be missed by her many precious grandchildren, great grandchildren, great great grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, please consider a gift to the Canadian Cancer Society. There will be a private service and the family would like to thank you for your prayers and condolences. 

17 Comments on “Mary Lou Redding”

  1. Our condolences, love and prayers are with the family. Mary Lou was a special lady. We adored her. May she Rest In Peace.

  2. Such a heartbreaking loss of a beautiful woman who touched the hearts of everyone. Her positive outlook, quiet strength, beautiful soul, compassion, culinary skills and tremendous ability to love will be tremendously missed by all who love her. Sending my deepest condolences to the family, and hugs during this very difficult time.

  3. I remember Mary Lou in public school in Buxton. She was one of the star players on the school ball team. Her sister Marva was also a good ball player. With those girls in the lineup, we were hard to beat.
    Fred Osmon

  4. To The Shreve and Redding family Jenny and I give are Deepest Condolences lean on each other and hope to see you guys soon ⚘

  5. Redding Families
    I’m so sorry to beat about your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
    .Sonia Mackelberg Heuston

  6. I remember when we where walking from the ninth too eighth to visit her sister, we ended up in a ditch with snow to our knees. We laughed so hard, but she did tell me that she will never do it again.

    She could cook and bake anything except cookies. I tried to show her once to make peanut butter cookies, they came out so hard, she told me, man we could use these as hockey pucks. She said she will never make a another cookie. I am going to miss our weekly phone calls. God has another solider for his army in heaven. I am truly going to miss you.
    Too the family stay strong hold on to your memories.

  7. Love and hugs sent to the family. I love you. Deepest Condolences to Aunt Mary Lous children and siblings.
    Mary Lou also had another brother Edsel. My dad. Say hi to dad for me Aunt Mary Lou! Love you❤️

  8. Rest in Heaven
    I have such good memories of Mary Lou . My mother & her would play cards for hours. Heaven has gained an angel .

  9. MARYLOU WILL BE TRYLY MISSED.WE HAVE MANY GREAT MEMORIES OF OUR COUSIN. FAMILY TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER.

  10. I remember Mary-Lou when we were managers at Park Ave Towers .My thoughts are with you Yvette and your whole family.She was awonderful woman and always smiling.She is an angel in heaven now and will be smiling down on all of you. My deepest sympathy from Pat & Pat Pouget !!

  11. My condolences on the loss of a beautiful, wonderful woman. She will be missed by all who knew her. Thoughts and prayers are with her family at this time

  12. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Ms. Redding as they deal with her loss. Take comfort in the fact that she has gone home to glory!

  13. Pastor Lambkin and the congregation of First Baptist Church send their prayers out to the family of Ms. Redding as they mourn her passing. Take comfort in knowing she has gone home to glory!

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