Georgia was born on September 25, 1924 to Howard and Elsie L. Sayre.  Georgia found her Christian Faith in the United Methodist Church of Durand, Michigan and lived in the Lansing area most of her life. She was currently of Holt, Michigan.

Georgia graduated from Eastern H.S. and attended M.S.U. She loved to do genealogy, bake and crochet. She worked for Jon Anthony Florist and was a librarian for the State of Michigan.

Georgia is survived by her loving husband, George J. Rotter; three children: Amy Rotter, Greg (Barb) Rotter, Molly (Marty) Noss; grandchildren: Marleigh and Mitchell Noss, Mary Ann (Steve) Boniface and Becky Rotter; and a sister, Joan (Howard) Bouck.

She was preceded in death by her son, Randy Rotter in 2014; a brother, Robert (Joann) Sayre; and a granddaughter, Mallory Noss.

There will be no services. Memorial donations may be made to the Special Olympics Area 8, Beekman Center, 2901 Wabash Drive, Lansing, MI 48910. Arrangements are by the Estes-Leadley Holt/Delhi Chapel.

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One Message to “Georgia Lou (Sayre) Rotter”

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    Paul Sheldon Foote Says:

    Georgia Rotter was active in the Mid-Michigan Genealogical Society. I had the good fortune to attend some of her meetings. Her training as a librarian helped others in researching their family histories. Georgia understood the importance of knowing the dreams and values of our ancestors. My mother, Norene Rotter (later married to my father Harlon Sheldon Foote and afterwards to Rolan Sleight), attended high school with Norene’s cousin, George Rotter (Georgia’s husband). Norene Sleight died on October 27. On my trips home to Michigan each summer, I enjoyed the opportunity to go to lunch with Georgia and her family. Best wishes for my Rotter cousins in this time of loss.

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