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Charlotte Margaret Miller, 71, of Grand Island, died Friday, August
10, 2007 at Tiffany Square Care Center.
will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Berean Bible Church in Grand Island. The Reverend Scott Friesen will officiate. Burial
will be in the West Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Visitation will be from
3 to 7 p.m. Monday at All Faiths Funeral Home.
Charlotte was born June 23, 1936, at Malden, MA, to Alexander and Jane
( Beattie) Smith. She attended schools in Massachusetts and Maryland,
receiving her GED on May 25, 1990, at Grand Island. She was united
in marriage to Dale Dean Miller on July 3, 1953, at Wilmington, MA. They
lived in Boston, MA, and Key West, FL, before moving to Central City
in 1954 and then to Grand Island in 1956.
She was engaged in housekeeping duties for several families, part-time
custodian at the YMCA, and was employed at Pinkston Laundry in Grand
Island. In 1967 she opened a snack bar at the YMCA and was in business
for 12 years. She also worked for Douthit Reality. She was
involved in the Methodist Church for 20 years, as Circle Chairman and
teaching Sunday school. For 20 years she was involved in the Evangelical
Free Church as a Circle Chairman-Deaconess-Memorial Committee and Choir.
She enjoyed 19 years in the Singing Christmas Tree. Charlotte was
also involved with the Stitch and Stir extension where she served as
President, Secretary and Treasurer. She was a member of the Berean
Bible Church for her last 14 years, serving 11 years as Deaconess. She
loved doing the Lord’s work and helping others.
Known as the “pie lady” to her friends, she enjoyed cooking. Charlotte
loved animals and collected bells and bears.
Those left to cherish her memory include her husband, Dale Dean Miller;
a daughter, Deedee Miller of Phoenix, AZ; a brother, George B. Smith
of Bowie, MD; and a sister, Dorothy Hunt of Georgetown, MA.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her son, Danny Gene Miller;
an infant sister, Nettie and a brother, Hamilton Smith.
Memorials are suggested to the family.