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Mildred B. "Muggie" (Conrad) Spatharos

March 22, 1924 - May 10, 2021

Obituary For Mildred B. "Muggie" (Conrad) Spatharos

Age 97. On Monday, May 10, 2021 of Englewood, Florida formerly of Brentwood.

Beloved wife of 76 years to the late John Spatharos; loving mother of Connie (Thomas) Coe, Patricia (James Mulhern) (Barry) Gottshall and John (Mary Ann) Spatharos; devoted Grandmother of Bryan (Kristin (Jeff Muccino)), (Melissa) Coe, Wendy (Russ) Rice, James (Amanda B.) Mulhern, Matthew (Elizabeth) Mulhern, Amanda A. (Manu George) Mulhern, Gus (Jodi) Spatharos; Proud Great Grandmother of Lauren (Ivan) Braszo, Emily and Sarah Coe, Jonathan T. Rice, McKayla, JJ, Jacob and Kylie Mulhern, Logan and Macie Spatharos and Max George; and Honored Great, Great Grandmother of Rylee and Lexi Braszo. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, friends and their families. Mildred and her husband moved from Brentwood 20 years ago to Tangerine Woods in Englewood, Florida where they enjoyed a full and happy life together and for the past year she was cared for by her son John and daughter-in-law Mary Ann in their Fort Myers home. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her, especially her friends at Bingo. Due to Covid restrictions, a private service will be held at the John F. Slater Funeral Home, Inc., 412-881-4100, 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, PA 15227, Tuesday May 25, 2021. She will be interred at Jefferson Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions to Hope Healthcare Hospice, 9470 Health Park Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33908. 239-482-4673.

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To Connie, Pat, Johnny and family... Remembering a special 'lady' with enough energy to put the 'pink bunny' to shame...who brought sunshine into more lives than she knew...a model of strength, love, direction, motivation and organization. I still smile when I use one of her sewing tips...or make spaghetti sauce. When reflecting on many years of cherished memories...I hope a smile comes to your face rather than a tear from your eye...she will forever live in the hearts of all who knew her. May God be with your Mom, you and all her extended family..................Linda
- Linda Hickey
Aunt Muggie was just a wonderful person. She's the last of a special, loving generation. I can see Uncle Johnny greeting her with a big smile and a hug. And how happy she will be to see all the others that have gone before her. I'm so sorry for your loss Connie, Patty, Johnny and your families! Love and hugs to all of you, Love Vicki, Rich and our family.
- Vicki Runyon Harper

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