September 17, 1950December 23, 2018

Ms. Greta N. Newton 68 of Morrow Georgia passed away on December 23, 2018. She was a Clayton County school bus driver, she was an avid bowler, and she coached a youth bowling league for a number of years. She loved to cook, crochet and camp. She always had a book to read.

Surviving are her beloved husband of 41 years Michael Newton , daughter Mae Lee Terrell (Michael), Grandchild Greta Amiah Terrell, Sisters; Connie Wheeler (Johnny), Barbara Sims.

Celebration of Life service will be in the Chapel Saturday December 29, 2018 at 12:00pm at Carmichael Hemperley Funeral Home and Crematory 135 Senoia Rd Peachtree City GA 30269 770-631-9171


  • A Celebration of Life Memorial Service Saturday, December 29, 2018


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Brenda Rusgrove

December 29, 2018

So many memories of our friendship of over 50 years flood my mind, from high school to college. Too many to know which one to share. Reading that she was still an avid bowler reminded me of the many times spent at the bowling alley in Athens while we were in college...brings a smile to my face for sure. My prayers are with Michael, Mae-Lee, Amiah, Barbara and Connie for peace as they walk through this time of grief.

Sheila Hunter

December 28, 2018

Remembering Greta because of the sweet words from her "big" sister, Connie. Greta was cared for and loved deeply by many and the love started with her sister and family. My prayers for comfort and support flow out to surround all who loved Greta, a beautiful person.

Sherica (Mathis) Dickens

December 28, 2018

So sad to hear the news of Greta’s illness and passing. Greta started at Bogart the year after I did. All the way through school she was such a sweet and full of life young person. I’m glad I knew her and have such fond memories. My prayers for her family.

Pat Huff

December 28, 2018

Greta and I were in high school at same time, actually in my sister, Martha’s class. Fond memories from growing up in Bogart. Greta was always such a sweet person. Our sincere sympathy in your loss.