Lucille J. MILLER

May 19, 1914 ~ November 4, 2001

Mrs. Lucille Miller passed away Sunday, Nov. 4, 2001, at Southbrook Skilled Nursing Center, Farmington, at the age of 87 years, 5 months & 16 days. She was preceded-in-death by: her husband, Virgil C. Miller; Son, Charles Edwin Miller (Dec. 31, 1995); Son-In-Law, Glenn A. Anderson; Sister, Leona Weimer (in-infancy) & Brother, Walter Weimer. SURVIVORS INCLUDE: DAUGHTERS: Diana (Mrs. Tony) Miller McPeeks, Farmington; Mary 'Mrs. Jim' McDaniel, Edmond, Oklahoma; SISTER: Helen Turner, Farmington; BROTHER: Charles M. (& Gladys) Weimer, Freemont, Nebraska; GRANDCHILDREN: Jerick S. (& Katie) Henley, Yukon, Oklahoma; Carey M. 'Mrs. John' Boyer, Potosi, MO; & Christopher G. Anderson, Edmond, Oklahoma; GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN: Ellison; Isabelle & Gabrielle Henley - Yukon, Oklahoma. Visitation Tuesday, 3-9 pm; resuming Wednesday morning at 7 am & funeral Wednesday, 2 pm, Nov. 7, 2001, at TAYLOR Funeral Service CHAPEL, Farmington, with Rev. Tom Tomlinson officiating. Interment at Knights-of-Pythias Cemetery, Farmington. Memorials to: Susan G. Koman Breast Cancer Foundation.

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  1. Granny was my hero. She taught me how to love and what it means to be apart of a family. She did anything she could for her family. Like always taking the time to teach me things and being patient with me when I was learning. I begged and pleaded to learn how to cross-stich like she used to do. So she took me to the Dime Store in Ironton, and bought me so quit patterns when I was 12 years old. When I graduated High School I had only completed 2 of the blocks, she took them and finished the quilt for me without saying a word. Another time was when I was a Sophmore at College of the Ozarks, I got really sick and wanted to come home. My mom could not get off work to come and get me. So Granny and a friend drove down to my school and brought me home, she was 79 years old at the time. Still another time was when I was little, she helped me cimb a tree so I could be like my older cousin. There are so many examples I could give of how she took care of me without ever wanting anything in return. For these reasons she is my hero, and I hope that some day I can love my children and grand-children like she loved me. Thank you Granny for being my HERO. My memory is long so that my children and grand-children will know of my HERO. Granny may you be an angel and watch over all of us.

  2. To Lucille and Family, Lucille, you will be missed by all and you are in our hearts every day. Your family, friends, and family at Southbrook Nursing Center. We will miss you. Paulette, Rachel, and Southbrook

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