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July 15, 1966 ~ July 31, 2018 (age 52)
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The Management and Support Staff of Nelson's Funeral Home sadly announce the death of Mrs. Mary Miner, 52, of Blythewood, South Carolina.
Mrs. Miner departed her life Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at Palmetto Richland Hospital Columbia, South Carolina.
Funeral services for Mrs. Miner will be held Tuesday, August 7, 2018, 12:00 noon at Nelson's Funeral Home, 270 N. Dogwood Ave., Ridgeway, South Carolina. Interment will follow the service Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, McNulty Street, Blythewood, SC.
Ms. Mary Mitchell Miner, 52, passed away Tuesday, July 31, 2018. She was born Mary Denise Robinson on July 15, 1966 in Rock Hill, SC to Mrs. Joyce Miller. She was a resident of Fort Mill, SC for 17 years and graduated from Fort Mill High School. Later in life, she and her mother moved to several homes within Richland and Fairfield counties before she finally moved into her last home in Blythewood, SC.
She was an avid hard worker, excelling at many various positions throughout her life such as: assistant manager of General Cinema, manager of Movie Gallery, customer service representative, and finally dispatcher. She was an employee of Fairfield Electric Cooperative for almost two decades of her life. She enjoyed her work through the individuals who worked alongside her.
She is survived by, her mother, Joyce R. Barber; her son, Edward M. Mitchell, Jr; daughters Kimberly J. Canzater and Celeste D. Miner; and her two grandchildren, Brock and Mariah. “Ms. Mary”, as she was known by many, loved caring for others and spending time with her family. Her greatest joy was raising her children as well as her grandchildren. She enjoyed going out and traveling with her beloved “Sista Friends”, and watching her favorite classics. Her grandchildren recalled, “She loved Marvel and DC movies, lemonade, chicken, the ocean and the beach.” She was treasured by many individuals and will be dearly missed.