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Bernice Mollan Banschbach
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Bernice Mollan Banschbach, 97, of Clayton, died Tuesday, July 1, 2014, at Mountain View Health Care Center.

She was born September 21, 1916, in Chicago, Illinois to Mark Mollan and Anna Wolfe Mollan. She was married to the late George W. Banschbach, Sr. for 37 years. She was a successful career woman who held positions with Howard Johnson Hotels and the Miami Chamber of Commerce. She was an accomplished artist and owned the Roundhouse Gallery in the Florida Keys. She had been a long time resident of Miami, Florida, and lived in Georgia for the last 25 years. She was a long time member of the Christian Missionary Alliance Churches in North Miami and Rockdale County, where she served as deaconess. She also was a long time Candy Striper volunteer at North Miami General Hospital in the pediatrics ward.

She is survived by her twin children, Martha Caro and George W. Banschbach, Jr. and their spouses, Joe Caro and Beth Banschbach, and seven grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and one great great-grandchild.

A memorial service will be held at the Tiger United Methodist Church, 64 Pleasant Place Road, Tiger. Graveside services will be at Vista Memorial Gardens in Hialeah, Florida.

Hunter Funeral Home in Clayton will be handling the arrangements and can be contacted at 706-782-4243.

The Clayton Tribune, July 3, 2014
Bernice Mollan Banschbach
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Bernice Mollan Banschbach, 97, of Clayton, died Tuesday, July 1, 2014, at Mountain View Health Care Center.

She was born September 21, 1916, in Chicago, Illinois to Mark Mollan and Anna Wolfe Mollan. She was married to the late George W. Banschbach, Sr. for 37 years. She was a successful career woman who held positions with Howard Johnson Hotels and the Miami Chamber of Commerce. She was an accomplished artist and owned the Roundhouse Gallery in the Florida Keys. She had been a long time resident of Miami, Florida, and lived in Georgia for the last 25 years. She was a long time member of the Christian Missionary Alliance Churches in North Miami and Rockdale County, where she served as deaconess. She also was a long time Candy Striper volunteer at North Miami General Hospital in the pediatrics ward.

She is survived by her twin children, Martha Caro and George W. Banschbach, Jr. and their spouses, Joe Caro and Beth Banschbach, and seven grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and one great great-grandchild.

A memorial service will be held at the Tiger United Methodist Church, 64 Pleasant Place Road, Tiger. Graveside services will be at Vista Memorial Gardens in Hialeah, Florida.

Hunter Funeral Home in Clayton will be handling the arrangements and can be contacted at 706-782-4243.

The Clayton Tribune, July 3, 2014
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