Louise Miller of Cheshire, CT, age 93, died on April 30, 2014. Born on July 2, 1920 to Edith and Henry Jones in Portland, ME. Devoted wife of Kenneth Miller of 31 years, who predeceased her in 1979; adoring mother of Randall Miller (Felicia Tencza) of East Haddam, Scott Miller (Lynn Hannings) of Freeport ME; proud grandmother of Christine Miller of West Hartford, Kenneth Miller of Boise, ID, Brent Barker-Miller of Freeport, ME, Eve Miller of Asheville, NC, Austin Miller (Hana Tamaki) of Portland, ME, Kiern (Mike) Robillard of Freeport, ME and Diane (Tripp) Wyckoff of Cheshire; proud great grandmother of Emma, Alex and Sam Wyckoff; Faith Robillard of Freeport, ME, Keida Louise of Portland, ME. Predeceased by daughter Cindy Miller (David Mitchell) of Lolo, MT and brothers Franklin Jones and Henry Jones. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Louise graduated from Wheelock College and taught elementary school, nursery school and church school for many years, loving every day of being with the hundreds of children whose lives she had an opportunity to share. Her family was special to her and how she loved hearing about all the activities of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Louise treasured her many special friends who enriched her life. A special thank you to the staff and friends at Elim Park Retirement Community in Cheshire, and her wonderful caregivers, for their love and support over the past nine years. A funeral service will be held Saturday, May 3, 2014 at Noon at Spring Glen Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Spring Glen Church, http://springglenchurch.org, 1825 Whitney Avenue, Hamden, CT 06517. Arrangements are in care of Beecher & Bennett, 2300 Whitney Avenue, Hamden.

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  1. .Aunt Louise. was not my aunt, but as my late mother-in-law’s best friend, she became that to me. She was the kind of person that anyone would have loved to have as an aunt, supportive, gentile, and kind. I shall miss her.

  2. Louise Miller was such a wonderful person. My seven children were blessed enough to have had her as a teacher in Nursery School. We have some wonderful memories of those years. They are all grown up now, but when ever I would run into her, she always asked about them and knew them each by name. We were all lucky to have had her in our lives. Prayers to family and friends. Fondly, Barbara and David Nelson (John, Michael, Becky, Steven, David, Erik and Ryan)

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