Alice Mae Miller Death, Obituary – We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Alice Mae Miller, who was affectionately known as MawMaw by her family and friends. The news of her passing is one that we share with a heavy heart. She passed away without any discomfort on January 1, 2023, at her home on the farm, where she was surrounded by her children at the time of her passing. The 18th of June, 1936 was the day Alice was born into this world. The 18th of June is her birthday. When she was just 14 years old, she was introduced to Charles P. Miller, the man who would go on to become the love of her life.
They came to the conclusion that they should get married on November 20, 1954, and three years later, in 1957, after they had been married for a total of three years, they constructed their everlasting house on the farm. There were a total of five children born to Alice and Charles after they were married. Alice’s family has been and will continue to be her first and foremost concern at all times and in all situations. Her love for her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren knew no bounds, and she showered all of them with gifts while lavishing her time and attention on each one of them for as long as she could. Her love knew no limits.
Alice had many interests and hobbies, some of which she enjoyed engaging in, such as going on new adventures, going shopping, reading, and watching the birds outside her living room window. She also enjoyed getting together with her close friends and catching up with members of her extended family. People who knew her fell in love with her rosy cheeks, quick wit, compassionate and kind nature, and because she was compassionate and kind to others.
People who were not familiar with her were enthralled by her kind disposition and compassionate nature. A great number of people found refuge in her affection. Her affection was a safe haven. In order to allow employees the opportunity to attend the funeral services and pay their respects, Miller Farms will be closed on both Thursday, January 12, and Friday, January 13, 2019. On Saturday, January 14, we will return to conducting business as usual during the hours that are customarily open to the public.