Georgia E. Bratt

February 9, 1923 - August 29, 2012

02/09/1923 - 08/29/2012

Georgia E. Bratt
Age 89

Georgia E. Bratt, age 89, of Brandon Drive, Wellsville, Ohio died at East Liverpool City Hospital on Wednesday, August 29, 2012. She was born in Lisbon, Ohio on February 9, 1923 and was the daughter of the late Clifford and Helen Boyce Hammond.
Mrs. Bratt was a lifelong area resident having graduated from Lisbon High School in 1941. She was a member of the Riverside Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Bratt was employed at the former Sterling China Co. from 1958 to 1983 where she worked as a sample clerk, was an avid reader, enjoyed working puzzles, and going to her class reunion luncheons.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard W. Bratt on August 15, 2002. The were married on November 5, 1945.
Survivors include one son; Richard N. Bratt and his wife, Mary Ann, of Winslow, Arizona. One daughter; Sandra J. Dotson and her husband, Michael, of Wellsville, Oh. Seven grandchildren; Shaun Dotson and his wife, Lacey, of Hammondsville, Shannon Rodgers and her husband, John, of Hammondsville, Richard Bratt and his wife, Nancy, of Madison, Alabama, Monika Cartee and her husband, Gary, of Phoenix, Arizona. Kimberlee Henling and her husband, Steven, Larissa Richards and her husband, Jason, and Christie Bratt all of Winslow, Arizona. Fourteen great grandchildren; Dakota, Austin, Andrea, Alyssa, Ryan, Courtney, Kyle, Kalli, Noah, Collin, Averi, Talan, Tatum, and Tobin.
In addition to her parents and husband, Mrs. Bratt was preceded in death by a sister, Ethel Hammond.
Services will be held at the Wellsville Chapel of the Martin MacLean Altmeyer Funeral Homes on Sunday, September 2, 2012 at 2:00 PM with Rev. Duane Hetzer of the church officiating. Burial will follow in the Spring Hill Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Wellsville Funeral Home on Saturday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 PM.

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Mary Kay Bratt
7 years ago

Sincere sympathy’s to Sandy and all the family. When I think of Aunt Georgie I always remember her high-pitched, giggly laughter-it was almost contagious! And even as a small kid when the “families” would play Saturday Night cards….she made incredible homemade pans of pizza-like nothing I have ever tasted like it since! Was that yellow slices of american cheese that she use to melt on top? UNIQUE-like Aunt Georgie, herself! I’m sure she leaves behind some great memories for all that knew her.