Mabel Nina Lacey

Born: Thu., May 16, 1912
Died: Mon., Sep. 27, 2010

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Mabel Robinson Lacey – a resident of Pendleton, died on Monday, September 27, 2010 at St. Anthony Hospital. She was 98 years old. A graveside service will be held on Friday, October 1st, 10:00 AM at Olney Cemetery in Pendleton. Memorial Contributions can be made in Memory of Mabel to the First Christian Church of Pendleton. Sign the online guestbook at www.burnsmortuary.com Burns Mortuary of Pendleton is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Lacey was born May 16th, 1912 near Geddes, South Dakota, to Braymen and Mary Stevick Robinson. She grew up on farms and attended county schools. On Oct. 25, 1928 she married Paul Lynn Lacey. They and their son moved to Oregon in 1937. She lived in several communities in Oregon and Washington, before settling in Pendleton in 1976. Her first husband Paul, Died in 1987. Her second husband, Cecil Mitchum, died in 1993. Mabel was a homemaker most of her life and later on worked as a volunteer for many organizations, most recently with CAPCO. She is survived by her son Derald Lacey and Wife Lavonne of Fossil, Oregon, Her grandson Andrew Lacey of Pendleton, and granddaughter Diana Duerr of Newport, Oregon, and five great-grandchildren. Her Granddaughter Kathleen Besinover of Newport died July 5th, 2010.

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Scot Jacobson
   Posted Wed September 29, 2010
Mable was a volunteer with RSVP at CAPECO for 32 years. She worked in the office and knew all the ins and outs. When I first became the director of the program, she took me under her wing and showed me the ropes. She loved her community and her church family dearly. Mable shared with me that one of her greatest joys was calling our volunteers each month to wish them a Happy Birthday. We have over 600 volunteers, and she would enjoy it every year at the annual luncheon to introduce herself as the "voice on the other end of the phone". We will truly miss her smile, kind words, and wisdom.

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