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Lena Miller, 93, of Rocheport passed away Wednesday morning Jan. 23, 2013 at Boone Hospital surrounded by her family.
Lena was born April 11, 1919 to Moses and Madge(Coleman) Taylor. She married Harold R. Miller in 1936. She spent her early years raising her 2 beloved sons; Harold N (Barbra) Miller of Aumsville, OR and Samuel L (Debbie) Miller of Marengo, Ohio. She later worked for Crown Drug and D & H Drug Store for many years.
Lena was a member of Rocheport Methodist Church, also a 50 yr. member of ESA Sorority, Red Hat Society. She was passionate for helping others.
Lena was an avid golfer and played into her 90’s.
Lena is survived by two sons; Harold and Sam, 9 grandchildren Debbie (Richard) Ott, Cherie (Garth) Coleman, Kelli (Mark) Embry, Jeff (Verdena) Miller, Mike (Julie) Miller, Rod (Holly) Miller, Tammy Miller, Marty (Julie) Miller, Racheal (Ken) West. She also had 25 great grandkids and 20 great-great grandkids. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister Agnes Roberts, and 2 brothers Charles and Warren Taylor.
Per her request there will be no services.
Randy & Debbie Hall says
I am so sorry to hear about Granny Miller. She was an amazing and loved lady. She had a wonderful life and will be greatly missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Rod and Holly Miller says
Love you Grandma! We’ll miss you.
Sandra Waldecker says
Lena was a special inspiration to fellow workers and more importantly, she set an example as to what a supportive and caring friend should be. My condolences to all of her family that she loved so very much.
Scott Bess says
Lena was one of my Mother’s good friends, played on the intercity team and her husband (Doggy) played golf with my Dad and probably did the brick work on my house. Judging from the fun they had back in the 60’s, the fact that she played golf until her 90’s, and the multiple grand children and great and great-greats, I’d say she lived a super life with no regrets and left us without leaving anything undone. What a great person. Scott Bess
Janice Helmreich Palmer says
I worked with Lena at D and H Drug Store years ago. What a great lady. She lived a life most of us hope for. Blessings to her family.
Brenda McAllister says
I met Lena in 1965 when I went to work for D and H. What a sweet, kind, FUN lady. She taught me a lot while I was there: a real mentor. I thought the world of her. So many people are better for having known her. My sympathy to all her family whom she loved so much.
Betty Woods says
Sad to hear of her passing.