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Carolyn Miller

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CAROLYN MILLER

LIMA — Carolyn "Mimi" F. Miller age 73, passed away March 29, 2014, at 10:48 am at the Lima Memorial Health System.

She was born July 23, 1940 in McGuffey, OH to Doc and Marjorie (Keith) King who preceded her in death. She was married to Richard Leroy Miller Sr. who preceded her in death in March of 1965.

Carolyn was a 1957 graduate of the Lima Central High School. After high school she worked for the Lima Telephone Company as a switch board operator. She later took a position as secretary with Clark Equipment and was the last employee to leave when the company closed their doors. She also had worked at the Janis School of Dance and also National Lime and Stone. For the last 25 years of her career, she held the position as production supervisor with Marimor Industries until she retired in 2012. Carolyn had attended the Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Some of her hobbies included anything associated with the Bath Wildcats, the Ohio State Buckeyes, video games, watching movies and most of all her grandkids. She loved to read and her favorite pastime was shopping for her great grandkids. She will be remembered as her nails always looking good!

She is survived by a Son, Richard L. Miller Jr. of Lima, OH, a Daughter, Kimberly A. (Robert) Shipper of Fort Jennings, OH, 3 Grandchildren, Cecily Shipper, Jaron Shipper and Kalian Shipper, 2 Great Grandchildren, Ne'Kaia and Ko'en, a Sister, Helen Ralston of Lima, OH, a Brother, James (Karen) King of Cairo, OH, a Sister-in-law, Babbette Henkle of CA, Brother-in-law, Bud Gould of Lima, OH and Brother-in-law Tom Miller of Bellefontaine, OH.

She was preceded in death by a Brother, Robert Henkle, a Sister, Evelyn Gould and a Brother-in-law, Leroy Ralston.

There will be a memorial service held on Wednesday April 02, 2014 at 6:00pm at the CHILES-LAMAN FUNERAL AND CREMATION SERVICES EASTSIDE CHAPEL.

Friends may call from 4-6pm. Burial of cremated remains will be at a later date in the Mt. Zion Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Red Cross or Marimor Industries.


Published in The Lima News from Mar. 30 to Mar. 31, 2014
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