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Minnie Lee Rhone

Minnie Lee Rhone

May 4, 1945 - February 17, 2020

Minnie Lee Rhone, 74, of Chicago, IL, passed away on 17 February 2020. She was born to parents Laura Randolph and John H. Randolph, on 04 May 1945 in Blytheville, AR. Minnie and her family moved to Chicago, IL at a young where she would then grow old and raise her own family. Minnie was one of five children. <br /> <br /> Minnie accepted Christ at a young age, where she was apart of a family church ran by her Uncle. <br /> <br /> Minnie graduated from Waller High School in 1963. She went on to study Nursing some time later. <br /> <br /> Minnie enjoyed Sewing, Cooking and Reading. She and her sister Johnnie were known to make all of their clothing almost daily. Anyone that knew them would know about the love of sewing they shared together. <br /> <br /> Minnie is survived by Elliot (DeShonda), Son, Samuel (Rose), Son, Stacey Daughter, Shawn, Son, Marcus (Veronica), Grandson, Jason, Grandson, Samantha (Michael), Granddaughter, Joseph, Grandson, Jesse (Brooklynne), Grandson, Arayah, Granddaughter, Aramie, Granddaughter, DaRon, Great grandson, Samajay, Great grandson, Tyriq, Great grandson, Naomi, Great granddaughter, Jodee, Great grandson, Malia, Great granddaughter, Adriana, Great granddaughter, DeArris, Great grandson, Taveon, Great grandson, Serenity, Great granddaughter. Special Niece Kimberlyn and Nephews Justin, Kevin and Tommy Jr. Also a host of Friends and Associates. <br /> <br /> She was preceded in death by Laura, Mother, John Sr, Father, Bill, Brother, Johnnie, Sister, Eddie, Brother, John Jr, Brother, Tommy, Brother, Yolanda, Daughter, Jesse Jr, Great grandson .

Services by
Illinois Cremation Centers

1000 S. Rohlwing Rd #4, Lombard

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