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Agnes Jolene Mercier

January 7, 1937 November 13, 2015
Agnes Jolene Mercier
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Obituary for Agnes Jolene Mercier

Agnes Jolene Hawthorn Mercier, a Florida Native and lovingly known by all as "Jo" , was born on January 7, 1937 in Apopka, Florida and was raised in College Park where she later graduated from Winter Park Highschool.  She passed away Friday, November 13th, 2015 in her daughter's arms, which is believed to be a direct Blessing by our Lord to Jo's prayers to not be alone when she passed but rather under such loving circumstances.  She had written notes to herself and to our Lord saying, quote, "to thereafter join our Lord in ever-lasting love and peace". Jo was a beloved wife and loving mother of 6 children.  She was also grandmother to 16, great grandmother to over 30, and great, great grandmother to 2.  Christmases at the Mercier home were a sight to see. When Jo and Dick, her deceased but everloving husband, were married, both had children from previous marriages, but in their 54 years of marriage the word "step" was never used.  They were "their" children forever.  Jo's favorite things to do were to work in her gardens and her yard.  She was known in the neighborhood for that.  She also loved to do various crafts and such things.  But all in all, her most favorite thing to do was to have family get-togethers. She would refuse to let even her daughters make and bring items to help out as she wanted to do it by herself and let all have a peaceful day off. Of course, she never had to do the dishes!  She will be ever so loved and missed until we can all be together again in the future under our Lord's Blessed loving care. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, November 21, 2015 at 4:00PM in the funeral home with Pastor Rick Shearouse officiating.

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