BATESVILLE — Rose Johnson Randall, 82, died June 29, 2019, in Coldwater. She was diagnosed in 2015 with dementia.

There will be no services. She will be cremated.

Ms. Randall was born on Feb 8, 1937, in London, England, to William R. and Elsie Cooper Johnson.

She married U.S. Air Force Airman Marvin Randall in London on July 7, 1956, and immigrated to America in 1957. In April 1987, she became a naturalized U.S. citizen. Ms. Randall was a resident of Leflore County and Itta Bena for 42 years and then moved to Olive Branch in 2002. She was a secretary/bookkeeper.

Ms. Randall was very artistic and was an excellent seamstress and upholsterer. She enjoyed restoring furniture and painting.

Ms. Randall was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Kray and Mrs. Shirley Bransby, both of England.

She is survived by two daughters, Teresa Walker (Gary) of Toney, Alabama, and Donna Morgan of Coldwater; seven grandchildren, Kellie Cutts (Shannon) of Rosedale, Ryan Carver of Connecticut, Christi Patrick (Roger) of Hernando, Robyn Morgan (Patrick Spence) and Tyler Morgan (Ricky James) of Coldwater, Lyndsay White (Matthew) of Olive Branch and Zachary Bransby of Toney, Alabama; 12 great-grandchildren, Haylee Patrick and Roger Allen Patrick III of Hernando, Nathan Cutts and Logan Cutts of Rosedale, Keira Carver of Russia, Elijah White, Autum White and Marissa White of Olive Branch, Ephraim Carver of Connecticut and Scarlet Spence, John Spence II and Serenity James, all of Coldwater; and sisters Irene Milgrom of Winnipeg, Canada, June Bearce of New Jersey and Rachel Shelton, Joyce Gray, Jennifer Tyrrell, Susan Gunn, all of England.

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