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Betty J. Miner

Richmond Hill, Georgia

Apr 27, 1933 – Jan 27, 2021 (Age 87)

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BORN
April 27, 1933
DIED
January 27, 2021
AGE
87
LOCATION
Richmond Hill, Georgia
CHARITY
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

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Richmond Hill Funeral Home Obituary

Betty J. Miner, 87, of Richmond Hill, Georgia, passed away on January 27, 2021.


Betty was born in Quincy, FL and was a lifelong resident of Richmond Hill.  Mom was a graduate of Bradwell Institute and Draughon’s Business College.  She was the owner and operator with her husband of Miners Service Station.  She was a Realtor of Coldwell Banker and was the first woman city council and Mayor pro tem of Richmond Hill. 


Betty was a member of the Richmond Hill Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, and the Bryan County Republican Party.


She was preceded in death by her husband, David A. Miner; her sister, Shirley Davis and her son-in-law, Leslie Galbreath.


Betty is survived by her brother, Robert Lee; daughters, Sheila Galbreath, Donna Love (Fulton), Angela Foss (Frank, Sr.); grandchildren, John Love, Frank Foss, III (Kerri); great-grandchildren, David McCosker, Cole Love, Haven Foss, Alicyn Foss and Falyn Foss; as well as many nieces and nephews.


A “Celebration of Life” has been postponed to a later date.


All remembrances can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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Ms. Betty was a beautiful Southern Lady. I will miss her. I will be praying for this wonderful family. I Love you Donna.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Me and daddy are so sorry for Betty's passing. Prayers for family. Donna Jean and Donald Sharpe

So sorry for your loss, such a genuine person. When I moved to Richmond Hill 30 years ago she treated Leigh Ann and myself as family. So thankful that I was able to meet and love such a pilar of the community! Rest in Peace Betty.❤❤

Sending love and prayers to her family

I am so sorry Betty. You were a true friend to Barbara and I.