DUNWOODY, GA. - Elizabeth Frances Brown Vilhauer died on
Monday, June 20, 2005, in Portsbridge Hospice in Dunwood, Ga., after a
sustained illness. A keen interest in teaching elementary school and a
love of playing bridge strongly characterized her ninety years of life.
She was born on April 28, 1915, in Cross Timbers, Mo., to Hoyt E. and
Fay Williams Brown. In 1937, she graduated with a degree in elementary
education from Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, Mo.
She married John Everett Vilhauer in 1937, she taught from 1938 to 1942
in the Missouri public schools and from 1957 to 1978, in the Madison
public schools. After retiring, she and her husband moved to Columbia
S.C. in 1987, where he died in 1989, and she remained until 2003. She is
survived by her daughter, Sue V. Rosser of Atlanta; two granddaughters,
Meagan Rosser of Oakland, Calif., and Caitlin Hasser of San Francisco,
Calif.; and a great-grandson, Charles Jordan Samser of Oakland, Calif.
The memorial service will be held at noon on Saturday, June 25, 2005, in
the chapel of WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 1715 Broad River Road,
Columbia, S.C. 29210 National Cremation Society (770) 923-2940