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Boyd Randolph Ambrose

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Employment History

Member of Ladies Aid

Trinity United Methodist Church


Knitter

Interwoven Stocking Co.


Londontown Manufacturing


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Her second husband, Boyd Randolph Ambrose, whom she married Oct. 10, 1959, died Sept. 4, 1979. She was first employed as a knitter at Interwoven Stocking Co. in Berkeley Springs.She then worked at Londontown Manufacturing, retiring after 10 years of service. She attended Mt. Garfield School. She attended Trinity United Methodist Church in Berkeley Springs, where she was a member of Ladies Aid. She is survived by three sisters, Gladys V. Payne and Betty L. Williams, both of Berkeley Springs, and Nina M. Miller of Cumberland, Md.; one brother, Herbert H. Miller of Cumberland; and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one son, Theodore Hooper; two sisters, Flossie M. Proctor and Minnie Vidas; and seven brothers, David Miller, Philip Miller, Robert Miller, Henry Miller, Hugh Miller, Clem Miller and William Miller. Services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at Helsley-Johnson Funeral Home, Berkeley Springs.


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