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Georgia Roberts

West College Corner, Indiana

Mar 11, 1940 – Aug 16, 2016

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Showalter Blackwell Funeral Home Obituary

Georgia Ann Roberts, 76, of West College Corner, died Tuesday, August 16, 2016, at the Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati.Georgia was born at home in College Corner on Monday, March 11, 1940, to Byge and Ruth Bryant Hampton. She graduated from Union High School in College Corner in 1958.Georgia worked...

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My sincere sympathy to Georgia's family. I have good memories of sharing news about the grandchildren. She had wonderful pictures of her great-grandchild at our MHMH retired lunch group.
She loved you all.
Sincerely,

I'm so sorry for your loss,she will be greatly missed.We had some good times together.

Heartfelt sympathy to all Georgia's family. We will miss her smile here at MHMH. She was a well respected friend and employee.
Carolyn Hensler RN OB

Mike, Teresa and Mary Beth -

My heart goes out to you,

Ellie (DeVillez) Megerle

My heart is breaking! I miss my mom and best friend so much. I feel so lost without her. I will miss her calling me everyday, but now I have the most beautiful angel watching over me and my family!

So very sorry to hear this news. Georgia was one of our beloved coworkers here at McCullough-Hyde. Keeping you all in prayer !

Georgia, I met you the same day I met my wonder wife and it didn't take long to figure out that Mary is so wonderful because she is just like you. I feel so grateful that I had you in my life. I thought the world of you and I Love you. Our lives will never be the same. I will miss our little trips, the special Christmas mornings we shared. My heart will always ache for you. I promise you that I will take care of your Mary Beth. Rest in peace mom.

So very sorry to hear of Georgia's passing. I always admired her quiet demeanor even under stress. It was always a pleasure to work with her. She will be missed.

I met Georgia when I worked at McCullough-Hyde and we often talked about our love for flowers. My sympathies to the family.