Julia Marjorie Miller

Julia Marjorie Miller

January 28, 1910 - March 30, 2007

Julia Marjorie Miller

January 28, 1910 - March 30, 2007


Julia Marjorie Miller lives in , passed away at the age of 97.
Born on January 28, 1910 and passed away on March 30, 2007.

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6 responses to Julia Marjorie Miller

  1. Linda Amato says:

    Grandma, how I enjoyed being able to really get to know you over the last few years. You were an amazing gal. Intellegent, skilled, funny. You became my close friend and I will miss you tremedously. I’m so glad you let me bring you to Laguna Hills. It was a wonderful treat to be able to see you whenever I wanted to.
    May you rest in peace. All my Love Linda.

  2. Suzanne Cook says:

    I will miss you so much Grandma. You mean so much to me. You were such beacon of strength to have as a role model. I cherish everything about you and who you are as a woman. Until we meet again, I will hold you close in my heart. Good bye for now Grandma. . . I love you to pieces, Suzie Miller Cook

  3. My dear Julia, I truly regret not meeting you sooner but in the short time we spent together, you touched my heart. I will miss our little chats. I took Fred home. He will always remind me of you and your wonderful sense of humor. Rest in peace sweet Julia.

  4. To my dearest grandma Judy, the most charming woman I’ve ever known. You’ve always brought so much joy to my life, that’s something I’ll always treasure. Indeed, you were a role model for the rest of the world to see how a life should be lived. Such grace and beauty should be remebered forever. I’ll always have you near my heart, but its your joyful laughter I can still hear in my head that makes me miss you the most. Words alone cannot describe how much I miss you. My love for you is eternal, David E Miller

  5. Denny Miller says:

    Dear Mother, Thank you for holding the family together through the troubles we had, the depression, all three of us boys getting banged up. And be sure to say hello to Dad. Love, Denny

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