Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
1 W Avenida de Los Arboles
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
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Virginia Clark Miller

1921 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Virginia Clark Miller Obituary
November 10, 1921 - June 6, 2017 "Jinny" passed away peacefully at home with family at her side. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry Miller and by her siblings: Phyllis Meese, Pat Tattersall, and Mike Clark. Jinny was born in Porto, Portugal, the daughter of Orton S. Clark and Esther Sidall Clark and moved to the United States when she was 2 years old. She lived most of her younger life in New Jersey. Jinny graduated from The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, where she met her husband of 67 years, Henry Miller. She majored in Sociology and was very active in her college community. Jinny's work and volunteer activities were all in the "helping" field. She worked as a nursery school teacher and director, a Head Start teacher, a therapist for autistic children and a personnel counselor at the Ohio Bell Company. After moving to Southern California for the 2nd time in 1979 she worked at the Westwood VA Hospice Center where she was director of volunteers. Later she worked at the UCLA emergency room as a patient liaison serving there well into her late 80s. In 2011 she and Hank moved to the University Village retirement community in Thousand Oaks where she was active until her death. Jinny and her husband loved golf and traveling the world. She was a needlepoint artist and avid bridge player to the end, playing her last game just days before her death. She was an energetic, fun loving, happy, spiritual soul that will be missed by all who knew her. Jinny is survived by her children Patricia Lasater, Tod Miller, David Miller, six grandchildren: Nick, Molly and Kate Lasater, Lauren Caudill, Jake and Sarah Miller, and two great-grandchildren Payton and Blake Cuadill. Memorial services will be held at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Thousand Oaks on Saturday, June 17th at 12 noon. Any donations may be made to Senior Concerns of Conejo Valley or a .
Published in the Los Angeles Times from June 10 to June 11, 2017
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