Moultrie Observer


April 20, 2011

Betty A. Attyah

AMERICUS — Betty A. Attyah, 70, of Americus, died Wednesday April 20, 2011, at Magnolia Manor in Americus.

Graveside services are planned for 2 p.m., Friday, April 22, Oak Grove Cemetery. Chaplain Will Archibald will officiate.

An assistant manager in the cafeteria at Cherokee Elementary School, she was the daughter of the late Robert L. Anglin and Ella Mae Key Anglin. She was the widow of Fred Attyah.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Bobby Anglin.

Survivors include two sons, Fred E. Attyah and his wife Sandy of Fountain Hills, Ariz., and Robert Andrew Attyah and his wife Sherry of Columbus, Ga.; one daughter, Rachel Attyah Fuller and her husband Mark of Alabaster, Ala.; three grandchildren, Stephen Elias Fuller of Alabaster, Ala., and Claire Elizabeth Attyah and Ely Andrew Attyah, both of Columbus, Ga.; and five nieces and nephews.

Flowers are welcomed and the family also suggests memorial donations be made to Magnolia Manor, 2001 S. Lee St. Americus, Ga., 31709.

A visitation will be held, on Friday, from noon until 2 p.m., at Hancock Funeral Home, 427 South Lee Street in Americus, Ga.

To make online condolences, please visit and

Hancock Funeral Home, 427 South Lee Street, Americus, Ga., is in charge of arrangements.


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