Jean H. Miller
1931 - 2020
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Jean H. Miller

Jean H. Miller was born on October 18,1931 to Marion and Martha Hardy in Riverton, NJ and was one of five children. She attended Palmyra High School and graduated National Honor Society. She was a legal secretary for the Honorable Robert Burke Johnson. She attended Rutgers University

in Camden and got her BA in English. Jean taught for 25 years in the Moorestown Public School System grades 7 through 10.

She was involved in her church activities at the Chapel of Annunciation in Lawnside, NJ and later at Grace Episcopal Church in Magnolia. She was a platinum member of the Atlantic City Links, Inc. a service organization. Jean enjoyed reading and gardening and always had a lovely yard.

In June of 1950, Jean met the love of her life, Harold Miller and they married one year later, Two children were born of this union Harold A Miller,3rd(deceased) and Robin Miller. She was a devoted wife for over 65 years until the time of his passing, She loved and was devoted to her family including her three granddaughters and great grandchildren. She often visited her oldest granddaughter in Florida.

Jean is survived by her daughter Robin J Miller, 3 granddaughters, Kristin Przybyszewski (Kevin), Kelley Pellegatto(Brian),and Lauren Miller, two great grandsons and a great granddaughter. She is also survived by a devoted godson, James K, Aikins ,abrother Wilbur Hardy and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many longtime friends, Services are private by the Carl Miller Funeral Home in Camden, NJ. Jean Passed away on June 19, 2020.

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July 4, 2020
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June 27, 2020
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Robert/Rose Maher
June 27, 2020
We worked for Jean's husband for many decades and Jean and Harold became dear friends of ours. With Harold's passing we continued a special friendship with Jean. We enjoyed many outings with her to plays, the Philly Pops, dinners and many phone calls and visits. Jean was never shy about offering her opinions and advice and we valued her words. We were lucky to have Jean in our circle of life. She made that circle brighter with wisdom, laughter, friendship, generosity, and love. She will be missed but our memories of her will always be a blessing.
Rose and Robert Maher
June 26, 2020
I will miss Jean so much
She was a dear friend and church family member at Christ church. I have so many great memories of her and Harold through the years. They make me smile every time I remember them. She loved her family so much. So sorry for your loss. She truly was a special lady
Anne Marie Gallagher
Anne Marie Gallagher
June 25, 2020
I will surely miss my Aunt, we talked on the phone every day and when we came to NJ we always stayed with her. When she left one of the last pieces of my Mother went with her. Rest in piece Aunt Jean love you much. ❤
Karen Williams
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