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Beth (Hunter) Roberson

1949 - 2021




Ludowici – Mary Elizabeth “Beth” Roberson, 71, died Monday, January 18, 2021 at Memorial Health in Savannah.  Born in Tampa, FL, she was raised in Waynesville and had lived in Long County since 1967.  She retired from civil service at Ft. Stewart after thirty-three years of service.  After retirement she worked at Ludowici Drugs several years.  She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Ludowici where she sang in the choir and was a...

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Wendy Blakeslee

January 29, 2021 7:54 PM
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Praying for her family. She made me feel like a Ludowici girl. I was not born or raised here, but she would tell me things about this town and made me feel so welcome. I was devastated to learn of her passing.  Love and miss you dearly my friend.❤️

Elizabeth Manning(Tuggle)

January 26, 2021 3:23 PM

I’m getting late in this, so sorry. My heart dropped when I found you left us, to go Heaven. You were part of my life growing up. I thought of you often, when I left town. I missed the talks we had, I remember watching Dirty Dancing at your house. I have so many memories to say, just to late to say them to you. You were a very kind, sweet and beautiful lady. I will have to say, I will continue to think of the impact you made in my life. 

Mary Lou Drury

January 25, 2021 7:44 PM

I went to school with Beth at Nahunta High School.  I graduated with Eddie. She was very friendly and  a good person.  My condolences to the family.

Amanda Groover

January 23, 2021 7:19 AM

I remember Ms. Beth from Ludowici drugs. She was always very kind d and I really enjoyed talking with her. My thoughts and prayers go to the family and friends. 

Mike Phillips

January 23, 2021 1:04 AM

 I grew up with her sons, and knew her my whole life.  She would not hesitate to put me or my cohorts in our place.  She was a strong, confident, woman, who raised two fine sons.  God blessed them with her, and blessed her with them.  She was never afraid to speak her mind, and always present in the community.  We should all strive to live a life as righteous and noble as Ms Beth.  Rest in Peace

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