Annamae-Miller-Obituary

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Annamae H. Miller

Slidell, Louisiana

Apr 22, 1925 – Jun 12, 2020 (Age 95)

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BORN
April 22, 1925
DIED
June 12, 2020
AGE
95
LOCATION
Slidell, Louisiana

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Annamae Rose Miller, age 95, of Slidell LA, passed away on June 12, 2020.


She was born April 22, 1925 in New Orleans, LA. and lived there until the 1970’s when she moved to Chalmette, LA. Around the mid 1990’s she relocated to Slidell, LA. Annamae is preceded in death by her parents, Julius Ralph Rose and Mary Barbara Silbernagel Rose and her four siblings Iris Englehardt, Evelyn Nillen, Ralph Rose and Julius Rose. Also preceded in death by the love of her life, her husband, Mr. George William Miller Sr. with whom she shared forty-one wonderful years of marriage, two of their children, George W. Miller Jr. And Barbara L. Drain along with seven grandchildren. Also preceded in death by her grandmother and midwife Rosa Born who she loved dearly.  


She is survived by her six children, Carol Mangipano (the late Robert), Linda Villa (Christopher) Clarence Miller (MaryAnn), Julius Miller (Paula), Cindy Green (William), and Gwendolyn Jones (Michael). Also left to cherish her memory are her grandchildren Sherry, Tony, Vicki, Glen, Mikey, Jonathan, Denise, Jerry, Chris Jr, Timmy, Amy, Jason, Melissa, Chad, Shawn, Aaron, Stephanie and Desiree, 36 great grandchildren, and 22 great-great grandchildren as well as a host of nieces, nephews and others that she considered family.


Annamae was an amazing mother and grandmother and the matriarch of her family. She lived a full life as a homemaker and enjoyed cooking, cleaning, ironing, sewing and embroidery. In her earlier years, her and her husband enjoyed going out dancing, having picnics and spending time with family. As she got older, she loved spending time with her grandchildren and teaching them how to play cards. Her favorite holiday was Christmas and she loved to have all her children and grandchildren together to celebrate. You could see her eyes light up across the room when her family was altogether. She also loved sweets, especially chocolate, and even if she didn’t have an appetite for food, she could drink a milkshake with no problem. Her love of sweets came in a close second behind the love she had for her family.


As her health declined over the past 10 years, her great grandchildren Kaylan, Victoria, Dakota, Khloe, Emma, Avrie, Tyler, Landen and Lauralynn kept her smiling, laughing and feeling youthful. She would often wish she had only an ounce of their energy.


Annamae left behind a legacy of family history, belonging, love and purpose, generation after generation and is something her family will miss the most. She is missed here on Earth and has left a void in the lives of all that loved her, but her family takes comfort and peace in the homecoming they know she received when she entered eternal life.


The family would like to thank Susan, Nicole, Angela, Kim and Angie as well as the staff at Heritage Manor that assisted with the care of Annamae during her time there.                                                                                                                              


Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the Memorial Service at HONAKER FUNERAL HOME,


1751 GAUSE Blvd. WEST (IN FOREST LAWN CEMETERY), Slidell, LA
on Friday, June 19, 2020 at 11:00 a.M.


Visitation on Friday after 9:00 A.M. until funeral time.


Please visit www.honakerforestlawn.com to sign guestbook.


Arrangements by Honaker Funeral Home, Inc., Slidell, LA.

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So sorry for your loss!!! Praying for.family!!

You gave me my dad and will always be thankful for that even though he was only here 57yrs.I really thought you would out live all your children.You were one of the sweetest kind soul.I said my goodbyes the other day and said it is ok go home you have a few waiting up there for you.May your sweet soul be at peace.Love you

Mrs. Annamae was like a second mother to me when I was growing up. I spent a lot of time with Linda & Barbara. Loved being at their house! You will always be love & missed, you were an amazing lady!

Was a pleasure and a privilege getting to know you and have you as a maw maw made me feel like one of you own. May you rest in peice. And now you can have all the candy and chocolate you4 heart desires. love u old maw maw. Xoxoxo

The greatest woman to have ever walked this earth. I am glad I got 36 amazing years with her! She was the best!