Thursday, March 11, 2010

Olga Mozelle Cleveland Randolph

September 1, 1918 - March 10, 2010

Olga Mozelle Cleveland Randolph, 91, beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, grandmother and friend to many, passed away Wednesday, March 10, 2010, in Weatherford, Texas.

Mozelle was born in Acton, Texas, on Sunday, September 1, 1918, to Courts and Olga Cleveland. She started school at Acton, Texas, in September 1923 at the age of five years. She graduated from Stripling High School in Fort Worth, Texas, on May 29, 1934, at the age of fifteen. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Texas Wesleyan College, where she was chosen Class Beauty and May Queen in 1938. She graduated from TWC on May 29, 1938, having not missed a single day of school.

Mozelle married Robert Brown "Randy" Randolph on September 3, 1938, in Fort Worth, Texas, and honeymooned in Galveston. They made their first home in Sanger, Texas. They had three children, Suzanne, Jane and Robert.

She attended North Texas Teachers College and received her Masters of Arts degree in Elementary Education in August 1949 and taught for the Fort Worth Independent School District until 1971.

Mozelle and Randy returned to Acton around 1968 and were involved in the cattle business. Mozelle was a member of the Acton United Methodist Church where she was baptized as a baby and was a long time choir member, and a member of the 50/50 Sunday School class. she enjoyed going to Sunday School in the same small white chapel where she was baptized. She was an involved member of the community, serving with many groups such as the Hood County Beautification society, The Melody Belles, the DeCordova Bend Rockettes, Granbury Women's Wednesday Club, DCBE Board of Directors, and the Granbury Chamber of Commerce.

In her spare time Mozelle enjoyed golfing, bridge, dancing, singing and fellowship with friends and family. She was also an avid traveler. Her many trips included Hawaii, Alaska, the Orient, Europe, Africa, Australia, Egypt, Israel, the Mediterranean and much more.

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