Martha Redoutey

Martha "Ann" Redoutey

Saturday, April 11th, 1953 - Thursday, March 26th, 2020
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Martha “Ann” Redoutey, 66, of Franklin, passed away on Thursday, March 26, 2020.

Born in Jackson Co, she was the daughter of the late Elbert Griffin and Frances Robinson Griffin. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Michael Ray Redoutey and two brothers, Dickey and Johnny Griffin. Martha was a member of First Pentecost Church. She will be greatly missed by her family, whom she loved more than anything.

She is survived by her husband of 49 years, George Redoutey; one son, Scott Redoutey (Deborah) of Franklin; five brothers and sisters, Kathy Worley of Asheville, NC, Donna Gulledge of Sanford, NC, Fred, Bobby Joe and David Griffin all of Sylva; four grandchildren, Alex, Landon, Chandler, McKenzie and one great granddaughter, Khloe.

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, a memorial service will be held at a later date.

Macon Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.

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Mary Williams

Posted at 09:38am
Mr. Redoutey and family: I want to say how honored I was to have known Ann for the short time that I did. I was one of the physical therapist who had the opportunity to work with her in the home during her rehab (as did Jessica). Ann was definitely a child of God and one who radiated and reflected the love of Christ to all she encountered. She was truly strong in her faith as she faced obstacles, but always preserved. I will never forget the example of love and hard work she showed me. Blessing of comfort to you all. Mary Williams

Just Wilkey

Posted at 03:45pm
George Ray, and Cousins,
I'm so deeply sorry to hear of the passing of Martha Ann! I don't know of any time that I saw her that she wasn't upbeat and a devout faithful Christian! That's why I know we'll see her again some day! The best in these times and End Days can do is hold close to the Lord that we may join her, Aunt Tootie, Uncle Elbert and all the others! I love you all and will be praying for peace and comfort from the Holy Spirit in the days to come!

Teresa Griffin Dankmyer

Posted at 08:48am
How much did I admire her love for God and her boldness. I enjoyed my times visiting and boy she could cook!!! I love you Aunt Ann and will miss your beautiful smile. You’re in the arms if the angel may you find some comfort here”


Posted at 12:43pm
she was a lovely soul. God bless all her family and friends at this time.

Turner & Connie

Posted at 09:38pm
Dear George and Family,
Ann is seeing everything she always wanted to see right now. Ann is fine, it is those left behind that isn't.
We miss them so much and always will. God's comfort and peace be with you all in this difficult time and the days ahead.
Until that great meeting again.
In God's Love,
Turner and Connie

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