Ozark Folk Center’s Bette Rae Ramsey Miller passes away

Photo from Roller-Crouch Funeral Home
A woman who spent most of her working life in Texas as a Pastor’s Secretary, retired to Mountain View, and then spent the next 27 years working at the Ozark Folk Center.
Bette Rae Ramsey Miller passed away Sunday at her home in Mountain View. She was 90.
Work at the Folk Center gave Bette Rae the opportunity to share her love of her Ozark Heritage in Stone County.
She was born in 1929 in the family home on the corner of Main and Vine in Mountain View and then spent the majority of her adult life in Texas.
She was honored for her love of the Folk Center by having an annual award named for her, “The Bette Rae Miller Spirit Award.”
Burial for Mrs. Miller will be in Flatwoods Cemetery Friday, June 5 at 10:30 a. m. with graveside services beginning at 11:00 a. m.
A memorial and Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Committee of 100 for the Ozark Folk Center.

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