Lillian Powers, 89, of Micco, Florida, passed away on Saturday, April 22, after a long illness. A New Jersey native, she moved to Florida in 1980. In her youth, she was a cheerleader at Woodbury, NJ High School, where she graduated in 1952. During her long life she enjoyed and excelled at field hockey, figure skating, tennis, golf, and downhill skiing. She loved the ocean and spending time at the beach.
A bank teller for many years, she is survived by her children, Carol Ann Powers and John Hunter Powers. In her later years her favorite activities were spending time with her family and friends, especially her grandson Zachery Shelton Obendorf. Lillian was preceded in death by her parents, Ruth Hunter and John Wagner, and siblings Mildred, Marie, Bud (Henry), and Honey (Ruth).
Friends that would like to share fond memories of Lillian or leave condolences for her family may do so at www.millenniumcremationservice.com. Arrangements are under the direction and care of Millennium Cremation Service of Vero Beach.
Our caring professionals are here to assist you and your family during this difficult time. We are available 24 hours, 7 days a week to assist in immediate arrangements or pre-arrangements.
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