Fannie Cutler Miles

by | Oct 1, 2018 | Obituaries

Virginia Beach—Fannie Cutler Miles passed away September 9, 2018 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

She was born April 15, 1924 in Nassawadox, Virginia to the late Stella Cutler Simpson and Leonard C. Cutler. She was predeceased by her husband Richard Eugene Miles (Eugene) and son Bryan. She is survived by her son Richard (Dicky) Miles and his wife Miriam (Cookie), grandchildren Amy Bosher (Jason), Melissa, and Scott (Melissa A.), along with great grandchildren Saderiah, Haley, Jason Jr., Hunter, Luke, Coltrane, and Molly. She is also survived by her son Harley Miles (Jeanne), their son Scott (Julie), daughter Leigh Catherine (Ningy) and husband Matt, grandchildren Jefferson, Lorelei, and Alexander, and many nieces and nephews. Fannie was one of seven children.

She and her husband were born and raised on the Eastern Shore and grew up in Willis Wharf. Then the family resided in Exmore, Cape Charles, Cheriton, and Belle Haven. In the early sixties, the family moved to Salisbury, Maryland. Her husband Eugene died in 1981 and son Bryan died in 1991. She had a great passion for antiques and politics. She resided at Pine Bluff and for the past couple of years was in and out of nursing homes. Once she arrived at Beth Sholom Village in Virginia Beach, she blossomed. Her final year with Richard and Cookie, the grandchildren, and great grandchildren was a wonderful blessing. She was able to spend and enjoy more time with everyone.

We would like to thank David Abraham and all of his staff at Beth Sholom Village, especially the staff in the blue unit who was very attentive. We would also like to thank all the staff at Freda Gordon Hospice for their loving care. We would like to recognize fellow patients Charlean, Joyce, and Linda for their support and friendship, and thank Mary for her many prayers. Also, we would like to acknowledge Cantor Flax, who was attentive to our mother and well-liked by her.

A graveside service took place at Belle Haven Cemetery in Belle Haven, Virginia. Donations may be made to Beth Sholom Village, 6401 Auburn Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 PH. # 757-420-2512 or a charity of your choice. Dr. Michael Panitz, the family rabbi, joined the Miles family for the ceremony. Online condolences may be sent to the family at Arrangements by Fox and James Funeral Home, Eastville, Va.