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JEANNINE MILLER Jeannine Josiann (Zucco) Miller, born May 17, 1932 in Paris, France, passed away June 21, 2020 in Las Vegas. Jeannine lived through the occupation of France during World War ll. She had a resilience of character and strength from this experience. She was in the fashion business which was a tribute to her elegance and style. Jeannine was preceded in death by the love of her life, John Miller. They were married Feb. 14, 1988. They lived in Palos Verdes, CA until his passing in Oct. 1995. She then moved to Las Vegas to be near her sister-in-law, Margot Crow and her two 2 nieces. Jeannine purchased a home in Spanish Trails. She immediately made so many new friendships. She kept a small place in South of France and divided her time between both places every year. She was loved by her families and friends on both continents and we are all affected by her passing. She is survived by her brother Roger Zucco, 89; nieces Evelyne (Denis) Billion, Sylvie Zucco and Nadine Chelly, grandnieces Lea and Romy, grandnephew Aurelian and great niece Raphaella, all of France; her two stepdaughters, Linda Miller of Samish Island, WA and Jo-Ann (Norman) Ecker of Woodstock, VT; and her step granddaughter, Laura Miller of Rexburg, ID. The sisters loved her as a mother and for the joy she brought to their father. She is also survived by her nieces Mimi Peak and Paula Gaughan, nephew Michael Gaughan, three grand nephews, one grand niece; eleven great nieces and nephews and four great-great nieces and nephews, all of Las Vegas. Jeannine was an inspiration to many, our 24/7 Tata. May she Rest In Peace with her beloved John. A celebration of her life will be held at a later date.

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jun. 27, 2020.
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June 27, 2020
Jeannine, an amazing lady who everyone loved from the very first time meeting her. Having her in my life was a true blessing as Im sure it was for everyone else that knew her. I will always cherish the times we shared and the trips we took. A special lady whos life touched so many, may she Rest In Peace.
Pat Smith
June 27, 2020
Jeannine was a lovely gift to know. A grande lady! I will think of her often with joy which is what she brought to this world. May she Rest In Peace.
Jacqueline Hallstead
June 27, 2020
À ma grande amie,To my dear and grande friend who was a special Lady.I will carry her with me in my heart for ever.
I will cherish all the beautiful memories of our time together.You were blessed to have a loving and devoted family who adored you
Thank you so much to your Las Vegas family
Amaryllis Dierks
June 27, 2020
Sounds like a fabulous lady I felt like I new her from all the stories.
Rip Liam and rach
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