MINER, Marion
August 25, 2009 03:00 PM | 651 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Marion “Billie” Miner, age 89, a long time resident of Medfield, MA, died on Saturday evening, August 22, 2009, surrounded by family at MetroWest Medical Center in Natick, MA. Born in Monroe, New York, on January 3, 1920, she was a daughter of the late Charles T.S. and Florence L. (Moseley) Toddings. She primarily raised and educated in Monroe and was a graduate of Girl’s Commercial High School in Brooklyn. Marion met John H. Miner, an acquaintance of her brother’s, prior to his serving in World War II and they later married. The Miners had lived on Staten Island prior to settling in Medfield in 1958. Marion enjoyed providing a warm and loving home for her husband and sons. She had also enjoyed being a teachers’ aide at the Winter School in Medfield for over fifteen years. Predeceased by her husband, she is survived by two sons, John R. Miner and his wife Linda of Kennesaw, GA, and Gary T. Miner and his wife Joan of Medfield; her sister, Florence Smith of Brooklyn, NY; eight grandchildren, Kim Balose, John T. Miner, Kathy Slaten, Gregory T. Miner, Jeffrey R. Miner, Stephanie J. Miner, Valerie A. Miner, and John H. Miner; and five great-grandchildren, Samuel, Sarah-Grace, Ruth-Ann, Ellie, and Ansley. She was also a sister of the late Charles E. Toddings and Grace Asbrock. Visiting hours will be held at the Roberts-Mitchell Funeral Home, 15 Miller Street, Medfield, on Tuesday 5 - 8p.m. Her funeral service will be at the funeral home on Wednesday, August 26th at 10:00a.m. Burial will follow at Vine Lake Cemetery. If desired, donations may be made in Marion’s memory to the American Diabetes Assoc., 330 Congress St. #501, Boston, MA 02210. For guest book, obituary, and directions, please see:


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