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Martha Mill “Muffy”
Green Bay –
Martha Ann Mill, 65, died at home on January 11, 2022 due to complications from COVID-19. She was a beloved daughter, sister, aunt and friend to everyone she met. She loved people and always reached out to greet them with a hug.
Martha (Muffy) was born in Green Bay on May 29, 1956 to William and Florence (Valentine) Mill. She was the youngest of the five “Mill Girls”, and yes, she was spoiled by all of us. She loved her family, Etch-a-Sketch, pop beads, crafts, baking, and helping in any way she could.
Muffy attended the Whitney School and until two years ago was a client at the CP Center in Green Bay, where she loved its music and swimming lessons. As a young girl, she participated in the Special Olympics, her favorite activity being bowling. She found great joy in having fun with others and she had a good sense of humor. She also had a caring and protective heart for those who were suffering. Muffy taught all of us great lessons about unconditional love, resilience, tenacity, compassion and acceptance.
Martha is survived by her sister Carol Ray, her nephew Jason Ray and all of her “family” at Bufflehead House Adult Family Home.
She is predeceased by her parents and her four sisters: Katherine Wood, Susan Bell, Linda Raisanen and little Mary.
Due to the COVID situation, a private service will take place. Interment will be at Fort Howard Memorial Park.
The family would like to thank all of Martha’s caregivers and friends over the years, especially those at Bufflehead, CP Center, Lakeland Care, Cottonwood Center and Unity Hospice. Your kindness and love for Martha was evident.
To leave an online condolence or remembrance of Martha for her family, please visit www.newcomergreenbay.com.
Posted on January 16, 2022
Published in the Green Bay Press Gazette