Edna June Mott

Edna June Mott, 86, of Kissimmee, Florida passed away peacefully at home on June 24, 2022. She was born in Menallen Township, Pennsylvania on June 7, 1936 to Dora Martha Porter and Reuben Rufus Pritt. After graduating from Brownsville High School in 1955 she moved to Cleveland Ohio and in 1979 she and her husband moved to Kissimmee, Florida.
Edna is survived by her daughters Kim Ludovici (Tony) Kathy Martin (Gene), Robin Guidry (Timothy), and son Robert Rojc (Tina). Six grandchildren: James Bollinger (Elizabeth) Jack Bollinger, John Bollinger (Lisa), Curt Langer (Jen), Andrew Langer (Lidia), Anya Harris. 12 great grandchildren: Jaden Langer; Maya & Niko Harris; Jack, Joe, Jace, Madison, Johnny, Luke & Jude Bollinger and Thomas and Jacob Mugavero. Her sisters Sarah Maguire & Virginia McNamara.
She was preceded in death by her husband Robert Mott, Sisters: Ruth Smith, Harriet Watson; Brothers Charles & James Pritt.
Edna was a woman with a beautiful soul and a heart of gold. A kind and gentle person who loved spending time with her family. She was always a joyful presence in the room. The caption of her Sr Yearbook picture describes her as having a captivating smile that matched her personality! She was a fashionista and always dressed to the nines with trendy fashion choices. She was an excellent gift giver who loved the convenience of the televised in home shopping experience since she did not drive. She kept an immaculate home.
Above all Edna will be remembered for her indomitable spirit. She was a breast cancer survivor but developed Osteoradionecrosis an unusual complication from radiation therapy and battled this condition for the rest of her life. She eventually lost the use of her arm. Through her we know what resilience and perseverance truly looked like.
Edna’s family thanks Trisha Rodriguez, June Mullen & Kelli Summers with Cornerstone Hospice, Lucia De Oliveira Correia with Right at Home, & Hilda Pembe with Council on Aging for the excellent and compassionate care they provided. We are forever grateful.

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