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Lanier National Speedway Suffers Loss of Sue White

Local short track raceway Lanier National has lost an icon. Mrs. Sue White who worked at the track for many years and was an icon of Hall County racing passed away on February 23rd after a brief illness.

She and her husband operated a dry cleaners in the area and she also worked at Chicopee Mills and “moon-lighted” as a school bus driver for Hall County. Sue was a tireless worker who enjoyed having a job to do. She also balanced her life with a healthy amount of relaxation and competition.

She was well known for her awesome Chocolate pies and Banana Pudding which she would share with her family and celebrity friends such as Rhubarb Jones and Jerry Glanville, She was an avid Bowler who was inducted into the Georgia Women’s Bowling Hall of Fame and was the Georgia Bowler of the Year. She was well known throughout the bowling circuit and the racing circuit.

Sue and her husband Paul, and her sons Billy and Lynn were a “racing family” and could be found at the race track anytime there was a race. Whether working, bowling, or at the track, Sue gave it her all. Never at a loss for words Sue will be missed by her family and friends.

Sue would have wanted her family and friends to “go bowl or see a race” and enjoy life.

Those wishing to send online condolences may do so by clicking HERE.

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