Muriel (Fecher) Miner

Born: Sat., May 9, 1925
Died: Sat., Jun. 7, 2014

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Muriel Jean Fecher Miner passed away on June 7, 2014 at age 89 in Riverside, CA. Muriel was born on May 9, 1925 in Jersey City New Jersey. Muriel graduated magna cum laude with a degree in physical education and hygiene from Panzer College of the University of Montclair in Orange, NJ and was a member of Delta Psi Kappa Sorority. Muriel taught biology and physical education at Boonton High School in New Jersey, Hillyer College, Canton High School and Harry S. Fisher Jr. High in Connecticut. In 1950 she married Norman R. Miner and lived in Terryville, CT for over 50 years. Muriel was active in her community and was a member of the Terryville Congregational Church for 62 years and was a former deaconess and trustee. She was also a member and past president of the Terryville Women's Club and the Bristol Garden Club and was secretary to the Terryville Fire Commissioner for over 25 years. Muriel was a Welcome Wagon Representative in Terryville and Plymouth for over 20 years. Muriel was a member of the Red Hat Society and an honorary member of the USS Ticonderoga ASSO.
Muriel was preceded in death by her parents Celeste Kellerman Fecher and Louis A. Fecher Jr, husband Norman R. Miner, brother Lt. Col. Louis A. Fecher III and close cousin Dorothy C. Foberg. Muriel is survived by brother Donald J. Fecher of Michigan and her children daughter Janet M. Hare and son in law J. Daniel Hare of Moreno Valley, CA and daughter Susan C. Harmon of Chesapeake, VA and daughter Nanette J. Miner and son in law Raymond Mailhot of Mt. Pleasant, SC. Muriel is also survived by six grandchildren, three step grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 28, 2014, 2:00PM at the Scott Funeral Home 169 Main St. Terryville. Friends may call at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. A private burial was in Hillside Cemetery, Terryville. www.scottfuneralhomeinc.com



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Jan Hare

Dear Mom- I am so sorry we were unable to finish your "bucket list". I know how badly you wanted that hot air balloon ride. It was a great honor and privilege being by your side these last few months. We cried a little but we sure did LAUGH a lot. I know you are soaring higher and further now than any balloon ride could ever take you. Before daddy passed away he said he'd throw us a "penny from heaven" to let us know he was in a better place. So mom take that balloon ride higher than the stars and shower us with pennies from heaven. My memories of our times together will last forever. I love you and will miss you from the deepest part of my heart. Your Loving Daughter, Jan

Terriyona Graham

I remember just like yesterday Mrs.Miner talking and I would ask many and plenty of questions because of her wisdom and brilliance. Even though I know her for a short moment it feels like forever I will never forget you the impact you made on my life . I will forever miss you love ,Terriyona aka little girl .

Andy Mozelak

Girls, sorry to hear about your mom. I still remember how she welcomed us with a gift when we built our house on Washington Rd. and how on Christmas morning I would go over to your house and she would "show" me how to play ping pong. She had that competitive spirit. Both of your parents were special to me. The Best, Andy Mozelak

Kim Krampitz Dougherty

My sympathies to all of you. I remember your Mom throwing the best birthday parties! She was always so welcoming and cheerful. In true phys ed fashion, she fed us snacks of carrots and celery sticks--no junk food! She provided many,many rides to gymnastics--of course, with a few errands along the way! What a great lady, will miss her so much. Love, Kim