Mae Elizabeth Nutter

Jan 15, 1924 - Jan 8, 2019

Obituary

Mae E. Nutter
Born January 15, 1924 in Roseville, CA to Otto and Lillian Murray – Passed January 8, 2019 at home with her loving family. Preceded in death by her husband, Jerry Nutter (45 years), parents Otto and Lillian Murray, and brother Sonny Murry. Survived by daughter LaVonne McKinney, Son Curt (Carrie) Nutter, sister Betty Thienes, 4 grandchildren and 14 Great grandchildren. During WWII, she worked at McClellan Field, and later for many years at Hales / Weinstock’s. Jerry and Mae raised their family in North Highlands where they enjoyed many family BBQ’s, a lot of fun get togethers with friends, so many happy memories. She loved playing cards (loved to win), and bowled and played golf well into her 90’s. She loved fun times and traveled the world with Sonny. (27 Cruises). Mae was always a happy lady…..A Great Life ! Many thanks to Kaiser Hospice, Dr. Raymond Jones for the loving care. Special thanks to our Angel’s on Earth “Carrie” and “Sharron”. We are sad but joyful that mom received the Lord Jesus before her passing. We will all meet in heaven in God’s time. Thanks Mom for all your love. Funeral services will be private.

Guestbook

  • Todd Gallen Cole says:

    My GrandMaMa has always been a wonderful part of my life. Through goodtimes and badtimes, She was always a sparkly source of joy and love. “Cheerful & Smiling” is how I will always remember Her. She was always my favorite person to sit next to at parties and playing cards and She will always be part of my heart. GrandMaMa remained so strong and vital all of her life that I thought She’d go on and on forever. Sadly that is never so. She will be dearly missed for all my days to come. Love always, GrandMaMa, from Todd & Jasmine.

  • Michele McKinney says:

    What a lady! She embraced life, lived it, loved it. I loved how she played golf and went bowling well into her late 80s and even early 90s. Amazing spirit. Although I didn’t get to spend much time with her, it was lovely the times I did. Rest in peace, Mae.

  • Cynthia Cole says:

    She was a wonderful lady to me and my children. They are her great grandchildren. She always made Christmas so very special and she always looked amazing. She will be sadly missed.

  • Katelyn Cole says:

    Every memory I have of my grandma Nutter is so happy and warm. She was the kindest and most interesting woman. She loved everyone with everything she had and I am going to miss her forever. Ill never forget that she was the best dressed and sparkliest woman in the room. Christmas eves at Grandma Nutters house are still a lot of my most favorite memories. I love you grandma Nutter.

  • Ashley Cole says:

    My memory of grandma Nutter when we would have holidays together she was always spunky and full of life she will definitely be missed. She never let her age stop her I love you.

  • Melanie Parker says:

    So many sweet fun memories of Grandma. I loved celebrating birthdays and holidays together and hearing her laugh. I loved playing in her beautiful yard and catching baby frogs by her fountain. Grandma was always very sweet and welcoming to everyone and she will be missed. Much love and prayers

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