- 1897 - 1984
Georgia A. Miller, was born August 27, 1897 in Castleton, Ontario and arrived in Edmonton with her family on June 17, 1902. Her father, Raymond B. Walt, became the assistant town clerk. The family resided at 102A Avenue. After attending Normal School in Camrose Georgia taught at the Queens Avenue School. She also earned her ATCM Diploma from the Toronto Conservatory of Music and taught music and was a piano accompanyist for many years performing with Amelie Lane Gubbins, nee Brooks. Georgia was a lifelong member of the United Church of Canada and held positions as President of the Edmonton Presbytery 1942-1943 and Alberta Conference President of the Women's Missionary Society, 1948-1951. Georgia died at age 86 on February 17, 1984. Georgia was predeceased in 1956 by her sister, Winnifred Empay wife of Dr. Howard S. Empay of Vancouver, formerly of Edmonton. She was survived by her husband Clarence E. Miller of Edmonton and a niece, Frances Empay of Vancouver. Clarence Miller worked for Calgary Power in Wetaskiwin as a salesman for Northern Hardware in Edmonton and as an electrician.