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ELIZABETH MUIR WARREN COLLIER

Elizabeth Muir Warren Collier of Hilton Head South Carolina died Thursday July 15, 2021, at the age of 98. She was born in Burlington, North Carolina, the daughter of Russell Price Muir and Ruth Cleveland Hooten Muir. She attended Elon College, and worked for the United States Navy during World War II. In 1945, she moved to Savannah Georgia, where for many years she was a realtor and a communicant of St John’s Church.

Her previous marriage to Matthew B. Warren ended in divorce, and in 1974 she married Wilbur Dean Collier. They lived in New Jersey and Oklahoma before returning to the Hilton Head/ Bluffton area, where she was the proprietor and manager of the Magic Tree on Hilton Head.

She was preceded in death by her husband and by her son Matthew F. Warren.

She is survived by a sister, Jean M Scott, of Deltona, Florida, a daughter, Deborah G. Warren, of Beaufort, South Carolina, and by numerous nieces and nephews.

Graveside services will be on Tuesday, July 20, 2021, at 11 A.M. in the Greenwich section of Bonaventure Cemetery.

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  1. Lucile Sutton says:

    Lib was a dear friend for many many years and will be truly missed! Love & prayers to Debbie and family.

  2. Marcia Harper Hagins says:

    Lib was a lovely person who sold my husband and I our first home. She was a dear friend to my aunt, Adele Harper Kehoe. We enjoyed visiting Lib’s lovely home on Hilton Head. Condolences to Debbie and family.

  3. Gary Durfee says:

    Lib was the downstairs neighbor of my mother Doris Durfee at the Cypress in Hilton Head. I actually met her before my mother did when Lib asked for some help with her dog. She and my mother became very close friends, as did I. She went many times to visit my mother when in the Preston, and Mom was so grateful for her many visits. Living now in Pennsylvania, I regret that I was not able to see Lib again after I moved, but I will miss her greatly and remember fondly how close she and my Mom became. My sincere condolences to Lib’s family.

  4. Karol Simms says:

    Lib and Wib were our next door neighbors in Rose Hill for over six years. They were like family to us for many years even after wr moved to California, North Carolina and now Tennessee. She was the essence of a true southern lady with grace and love. We were blessed to call her a true friend. We were fortune to have visited with you this Past October. You will be missed by our entire family.
    Mike and Karol Simms

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