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Olive G. (Miller) Uhrich WATERBURY — Olive Gwendolyn Uhrich, 83, of Perine, Florida, formerly of Waterbury, died Sunday night, June 23, 2019, in her sleep, at home with family. She was born Feb. 3, 1936, at home during a blizzard in Waterbury, daughter of Francis and Ruby (Kellett) (Divine) Miller. She attended schools in Waterbury, graduating in 1953. Gwen was employed by National Life Insurance Co., Montpelier; National Airlines, New York City; a group of lawyers, Miami, Florida; also owned and ran a concession stand at race track in Homestead, Florida; shuttled cars "snow birds" from New York to Florida and back. She was well-known for photos of the Waterbury Inn fire (front page). She married John Uhrich Jr., May 9, 1959, and lived on Long Island where their three children were born; moved to Miami, Florida, in 1966. She enjoyed Coral Reef Garden Club, bowling, softball, skiing (snow and water) and traveling (road name, Gypsy) anywhere, China, Europe, USA, but Vermont was always home. She was active in Khoury League, Scouting and ladies of the VFW, attending local and national conferences. Family includes her husband, John; her children the late Gwendolyn Landers and late husband Jack, their daughter, Sydney, John (Marisol), William and his daughters Chelsea Mario and Christine, their children Kimberly and Clark Mario; Gwen's brother, Francis J. (Betty), his four children Jodeen, Heather, Kara, Kevin, and his five grandchildren; Gwen's mother's son, the late Ralph Dettmer Divine, his children Rian, Dwight, Deborah, Gregg, and their children. A memorial service and private burial will take place at a later date. What a lady — will be missed by all who knew her, a loving wife, mother, sister and friend.

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