MILNER (RHINEHART), Mabel Claire
Mabel Claire Rhinehart Milner passed absent on Friday, December 16, 2022. She was born on December 1, 1925 in Decatur, Alabama to Allen Claybourn and Mabel Elizabeth Bass Rhinehart. Mabel was predeceased by her mother and father her husband, Douglas Milner and her siblings, Claybourn Bass Rhinehart and Mary Allen Johnes. She is survived by her 3 sons, Franklin Milner (Susan), Andrew Milner (Karen), and Claybourn Milner. She is also survived by six grandchildren, A.J. Milner (Anne Marie), Carl Milner, Mark Milner (Gina), Bethany Milner, Ben Milner (The us), and Elizabeth Milner. In addition, her sister-in-legislation, Nancy Schoonover Rhinehart several nieces and nephews also endure her.
The spouse and children need to also joyously accept the devotion and fantastic care and enjoy of all caregivers in her aid group led by Annelle and Daryl Scott.
Mabel graduated from Women Large School in Rome, Georgia, as very well as Shorter College or university. Although at Shorter, Mabel was President of the Methodist University student Union and represented First Methodist Church at the Intercontinental Pupil Conference in Illinois. Right after graduation, Mabel worked as a Speech instructor just before marrying Douglas Milner on Oct 6, 1951. As a community volunteer, Mabel was an enthusiastic and tireless employee. As a young female, she was a Female Scout Leader and Camp Counselor. Throughout her lifestyle, she also served on numerous local community boards. But her distinctive love was gardening and backyard club. She was a founding member and the very first President of Mountain Check out Backyard Club. She ongoing her garden club function by serving as President and board member of the Rome Federation of Backyard Clubs, Inc., Laurel District, The Backyard Club of Ga, Inc., Deep South Garden Clubs, Inc., and Nationwide Backyard garden Club boards for more than 20 decades. Mabel chaired flower demonstrates, excursions of houses, and two Garden Club of Ga state conventions. As GCG Chair of the Historic Preservation Committee, Mabel was instrumental in developing the Patrons and Associates of Historic Preservation, the Historic Landscape Grant Application the Historic Landscape Initiative and publication of the book Trying to get Eden, which was devoted to her for her assist, encouragement, and the lifelong determination to Georgia’s historic gardens and their preservation.
Simply because of her enjoy of gardening and backyard garden clubs, Mabel also served with Landscape Style Consultants, Gardening Consultants, Environmental Consultants and Rome Federated Yard Golf equipment, Inc.(Life Member), The Garden Club of Georgia, Deep South Golf equipment, Inc., Nationwide Backyard garden Club, the Southern Back garden Historical past Modern society. She was acknowledged for her commitment, contribution, and challenging operate with membership in Sigma Pi Kappa for her work on historic preservation and also the Member Award of Honor for Conservation from The Deep South Location in 1999. She was also acknowledged by the Garden Club of Ga, Deep South Back garden Clubs, and National Garden Clubs with the Member Award of Excellence in 2012 for her numerous contributions to her group and the back garden club.
A non-public burial will be held at Sunset Hill Memorial Garden on Thursday, December 22, 2022. The Memorial service will comply with at Rome Initial United Methodist Church at 1:00 PM. Honorary Pallbearers will be members of her Grownup Fellowship Sunday College course. The household will acquire friends quickly immediately after the support in the sanctuary.
In lieu of bouquets, contributions could be despatched to the Back garden Club of Georgia for Land Belief Marshall Forest c/o Marilyn McDonnell, 1311 York Avenue,Evans, Georgia 30809.