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She was born in Sharon on Nov. 20, 1924, the daughter of Clarence and Carrie Miller.
At 17, she met and married Russell Lee Miller. They were married for 46 years before he passed away in 1988.
She was a long-time member of East Side Baptist Church.
She was an active member of the American Legion Auxiliary Post 299 where she served as president and several other offices. She received an award for being a member for 75 years.
She was a volunteer at the Shenango Valley Osteopathic Hospital (UPMC Horizon-Shenango Valley) for many years and co-chaired the Holiday Remembrance Tree.
She is survived by: her three sons, David Lee Miller and wife, Lois, of Walkersville/Frederick, James Richard Miller and wife, Denise, of Keymar, Md., and Keith Edward Miller and wife, Jane, of Stow, Ohio; four grandchildren, Brian Miller and wife, Tina, Jessica Paige Knepp and husband, Brian, Jeffrey Allen Miller and Megan Elizabeth Miller and Marty Powell; and four great-grandchildren, Bryce Miller, Jordyn Miller, Stella Knepp and Miller Knepp.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by: her husband, Russell Lee Miller; their son, Craig Allen Miller; and a brother, Edward "Bing" Miller.
Memorial contributions may be made to East Side Church, 201 Spruce Ave., Sharon, PA 16146 or UPMC Horizon-Shenango Valley Auxiliary, 2200 Memorial Drive, Farrell, PA 16121.
Shirley Louise, 94, of Walkersville/Frederick, Md., formerly of Sharon.
Calling hours: 11 a.m. to noon Monday (2-11-19) at the HAROLD W. STEVENSON FUNERAL HOME LLC., 264 E. State St., Sharon. On-line condolences can be offered at stevensonfuneralhome.net
Funeral: Noon Monday with the Rev. Craig Thompson officiating.
Burial: America's Cemetery, Hermitage.
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