MILDRED MILLER SALTERS TURNER, 94, of Garland, TX
passed away on Sept. 25, 2008.
She was born June 4, 1914 outside Ft. Worth and moved to
Ranger, TX when she was four years old. At the age of
eight the family moved to Tiffin where she stayed until
she graduated from Ranger High School at Ranger, TX.
During WWII, she worked for North American helping to
build planes for the war effort. She worked as a
secretary in Dallas before moving to California where
she worked for "Campus Crusade" until she retired in
Athens, TX. She was a member of Lakepoint Baptist
Church in Rowlett.
She was preceded in death by her husbands Coy Turner and
Ben Salters. She was preceded in death by her parents Cennet
and Elizabeth Miller and her brothers and sisters, Orville
Miller, Horace Miller, John C. Miller, Ruth Bratcher, Gladys
Watson, and Amy Webb.
Survivors include her sister Bernice Shaner of Garland, nieces
and nephews Anita DuPont of Houston, Pat Bratcher of Houston,
Judy Kelly of Lewisville, Helen Jenkins of Midland, Laverne
Little of Midland, Nona Faye Harris of Brownfield, Lois Bounds
of Brownwood, Annabelle Bounds of Monahans, Dale Watson of
Waxahachie, Mary Elizabeth Robertson of Garland, Beverly Bounds
of Garland, Lynn Watson of Wills Point, Theo Leta Baron of
Abilene. Betty Blankenship of Cedar Hills, O'lene Stone of
Austin and Ann McFarlin. In addition she is also survived by
numerous great-nieces & nephews.