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Mary Elizabeth Miller
October 22, 1954 ~ January 8, 2024 (age 69) 69 Years Old
Mary E Miller was born October 22nd, 1954 to Henry and Erma (Yoder) Miller in Sugarcreek, OH. She grew up in the Amish Community before moving to and later retiring in Sarasota, Florida
“WELL” as Mary would say, Mother Mary… Loved Jesus, her family, kids, church, and friends. Many would describe Mary as one who never met a stranger. She enjoyed meeting new people and loved everyone like family. Those who knew her described her as colorful, vibrant, cheerful, and empathetic. She was always the first to pray for you in times of need and was there as a listening ear. She had a smile that was contagious and it lit up every room she went into. Mary had a laugh filled with joy. She lived her life on HER terms and wanted the people around her to do the same. Many enjoyed her famous banana bread. Mary could often be found in the kitchen jamming to her favorite Southern Gospel songs and her sole prayer when baking bread was that it would bless others. She literally traveled the country spreading the good news of Southern Gospel Music. There are countless stories of her adventures on the road and truly loved the people she connected with.
The Birth of her Granddaughter Sarai, which she affectionately called “Princess” was one of the happiest days of her life. The two later became best friends and would often take rides through the neighborhood talking to everyone they encountered along the way. Mary was very proud of her son and daughter in love Andre and Vhalyn as she made mention so many times on Facebook. She leaves most cherishing memories to her son Andre and daughter in love Vhalyn Miller; granddaughter Sarai Miller; sister Esta Miller; brother Ervin Miller and a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She will be forever missed, but we know she is in the presence of Jesus with no pain, or suffering, just praise for Eternity.