Dr. Georgia Ann Brannon MacBeth, 82, of Calhoun died at her home on Monday, December 10, 2018, after twenty years of declining health. Georgia was born in Gadsden, Alabama on September 22, 1936. She was the daughter of the late Dock Bond and Mary Beatrice Monroe Brannon. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Blair MacBeth, on February 24, 2018. After graduating from college, Georgia began her career as a reading teacher in the Winder Georgia School System. She returned to The University of Georgia and completed her Doctorate in Administration. She served as the curriculum director of the Jefferson Georgia City School System. In 1985, Georgia moved to Calhoun to serve as the assistant superintendent of the Gordon County School System. Throughout her career, she passionately advocated for the children of Georgia to have a positive learning experience that would enhance their lives. She was responsible for Gordon County being the recipient of many grants, gifts, and programs that directly helped students to have the tools they needed.
Survivors are her daughter and son-in-law, Paula and John Fowler; her grandchildren, John Brooks Fowler, James Ronald Fowler, Christopher Miles Fowler, Lauren Ann Elizabeth Taylor; her great-grandchildren, Eleanor Marie Fowler, Penelope Elizabeth Fowler, Evangeline James Fowler, Forest Michael Fowler, Rosemary Lucia Fowler, Jonathan Taylor, Ethan Taylor, Scarlet LaRose Fowler, and Ian Fowler; her sisters, Mary Elizabeth Brannon Detancourt and Darlene Boggs; other relatives and many friends.