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Cleo Thelma (Wright) Mott
July 15, 1944 ~ September 1, 2023 (age 79) 79 Years Old
Cleo Mott peacefully passed away into eternal life with Jesus her savior on September 1st. 2023.
Cleo had never met a stranger in her life, everyone who who has ever met her loved her. She was a kind, loving, outgoing personable lady and everywhere she went Cleo brighten up the room, she would leave everyone with a smile on their faces, she was a breath of fresh air.
Cleo loved everything that had to do with the outdoors: hunting, fishing, boating, riding on 4-wheeler’s, but most of all she loved riding horses, she also had her garden’s, made quilts and afghans, one thing she was really proud of was the clothes she made for her children when they were in Maine school’s, her kids ranked 2nd best dressed kids in school’s.
Cleo Mott is survived by her husband Wayne Mott, her 4 children and their spouse’s: Lynn and Mike Lane, Edith Hale and John Mountain, Elbia and Anthony Lomelin, Billy and Buffy Hurtubise, 2 sisters: Alice Eldridge and Louise Goudroe, 8 Grandchildren: Sergio Antonino, Kristina Flanagan, Micah Antonino Justin Lomelin, Jonathan Boyd, Aaron Lane, Stephanie Minella and Brantley Hurtubise. 4 great grandkids: Landon Hammond, Cheston Antonino, Alijah Flanagan and Brody Antonino. In addition to her parents, Cleo was preceded in death by her husband: Birdell Faircloth, Son: Lawrence Hurtubise, Granddaughter: Faith Hurtubise, her sister’s: Patricia Watmough, Betty Bell, Carolyn McLaughlin, Kathy Webber. 2 Brother’s: Vance Webber and Ervin Write.
Cleo’s love for God her father in heaven showed through her actions every day, she was dedicated to her faith, she read her bible and devotional every day. Cleo will be greatly missed by everyone who loved her, she will remain in our heart’s until we see her again.
Services will be held on Saturday September 30th at 11:00am at the Maranatha Baptist Church at: 35 Maranatha Blvd. Sebring, Fl. 33870.