Karen, Steve & Ken,
I have just learned of your Mom's passing. I am so very sorry. Your Mom was such a gracious & beautiful lady she always welcomed me into her home and always treated me as if I was a part of the family. God bless all of you and please know that you are in my thoughts and my prayers.
With love and my deepest sympathy,
Dale, mom and Cindy send their deepest sympathy to all of you. I remember a lot of fun times when we were little. Think of you all often and will look forward to seeing you in the spring. My dad, who lives in Fla. also sends his love and condolences.
Our family sends their deepest condolences to the Miller family. My parents enjoyed and appreciated your Mom's friendship over the many decades. It was always a pleasure to visit with her and she will be greatly missed. We wish you peace and comfort during this time. Love, The Harris Family
The world has lost a wonderful lady. She was a loyal friend, a gifted teacher, and a beautiful person. My sincere sympathy to her family - she will be truly missed by many.
Love to our Brady Lane family the Stanovik family
May memories take some of the sadness from your hearts and gently replace it with the warmth of shared moments and promise of peace to come. Nothing the heart gives away is gone... it is kept in the heart of of all who knew and loved her. love to all, Jack Stanovik, Diane Pearce, Deborah Hayden
May God grant you his comfort at this time.
My deep sympathies to the Miller family. May you experience the peace of God that surpasses all understanding to help you cope during this difficult time (Phillippians 4:6,7).
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
To my cousins Ken. Steve and Karen -- my thoughts are with you. She was a fun aunt and a great woman.
Ken, Steve, and Karen - I met your mom twice, but heard lots of fun stories from Ken over the years. Deepest condolences, Bill Pugin
From one of your dads many players and your neighbors on Brady Lane. John and Dianne Demer wish you the best.
Marianne took me to my first football game at Warrensville to watch her husband coach as an assistant to Jim Rademaker back in 1957 or 1958. She was always so very nice to all. I already miss Dick Miller and they were quite a team. God Bless Ken, Steve, and Karen. I knew them as little children, I played for Mr. Miller and the children were SO IMPORTANT to their parents.
Dear Ken, Steve and Karen - our thoughts are with you. It was a joy knowing both your Mom and Dad.