Facts About Woman Don’t Arise Until This Revealing Obituary [VIDEO]

A scathing obituary published in a North Carolina newspaper has taken social media by storm after it said the woman would not be missed and made no contribution to society.

Well, it’s rare to see a hostile obituary in the newspaper, particularly when nobody knows who wrote it.

Cornelia June Rogers Miller died on Feb. 23 at the age of 82. On June 27, a newspaper in Cherokee County, North Carolina, published an obituary in which Miller is described as a drug addict who contributed nothing to society.

Members of the grieving family of Cornelia June Rogers Miller, known as June, are devastated by the obit and are are now searching for its author after it was published in the Cherokee Scout, North Carolina.

It said “she spent a lifetime tearing apart” her family and that she had a lifelong drug addiction.

“Drugs were a major love in her life, as June (the name she went by) had no hobbies, made no contribution to society and rarely shared a kind word or deed in her life.” It also said she would not be missed.”

But June Miller’s son, Robert Miller, said the obituary is not true and that he believes his sisters may be responsible.

“The whole thing is just sad,” he told Chattanooga TV station WTVC. “It’s really sad that they don’t have anything better to do.”

The station contacted one of Miller’s sisters, who denied writing it and called it “very tragic and very sad.”

The small-town paper’s publisher refused to identify the person who sent in the obituary two weeks ago, telling WTVC that it published the obituary because “the family’s will overrode the editor.”

The paper has now published a new obituary on June Miller sent in by Robert Miller and told WTVC it’s considering taking down the first one.

The new obituary refers to June as a “devoted military wife and homemaker who taught swimming lessons to school children,” and who “made a wicked lemon pound cake.”

Robert Miller had previously told the station that his mother was a “loving, generous woman.”

June Miller and her husband, who had three children, nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, had a vacation home in Murphy, North Carolina, an area the Cherokee Scout covers.

Article Sources: Opposing Views,  Fox NewsStephanie Santostasi/Twitter

Video Credit: WTVC News/Youtube

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