Ann R. Miller Hildreth
DIED
October 29, 2020
Ann R. Miller Hildreth

passed away on October 29, 2020, in Louisville. Ann grew up in Shelbyville, KY and is predeceased by her parents, W. Alwyn and Margaret (Peg) Williams Miller of Shelbyville. She was a past president and board member of the Louisville Association of Paralegals and past president and board member of Kentucky Orchid Society. She was formerly employed with Wyatt Tarrant & Combs, LLP, Goldberg Simpson and KFC Corp. Hdq. She was a benefactor of the Filson Historical Society, a member of Daughters of the American Revolution, a supporter of Dare to Care Louisville, the Kentucky Humane Society, KET/PBS and the Center for Women and Families. She had many and varied interests. She leaves behind her sons, Brian D. Hildreth and Ron DeMino, of Charlotte, NC, brother, Wynn C. Miller (Joanne), of Beverly Hills, MI, niece, Sarah A. Miller, Chicago, nephew, Travis W. Miller, Charlotte and many loving and cherished friends. She will be dearly missed for her humor and zany sense of fun. Ann chose to be cremated. There will be no formal visitation or funeral service. A memorial celebration and gathering for friends and family will be held at a later date. Anyone wishing to commemorate her life may send a donation to any of the above charities, or as you might choose.



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Published by Courier-Journal from Nov. 10 to Nov. 13, 2020.
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Ann and I married in the 1960s at a very young age but our marriage didn't survive our growing pains. However we remained friends until the very end. My sons Brian and Ron, my wife Jessica and I will miss her humor, her big smile and her kindness. She was a great woman and contributed so much to the good things on planet Earth.
Van John Hildreth II
Family
November 13, 2020
I will miss her zest for life and daring spirit. She always brought fun.
Bo Schindler
November 7, 2020
OH ANN! I AM SO SORRY TO READ THIS AND LEARN OF YOUR PASSING. IT IS SAID COUSINS ARE YOUR FIRST FRIENDS AND NO TRUER WORDS WERE EVER SPOKEN. WE GREW UP TOGETHER AND I SPENT A LOT OF TIME AT YOUR HOUSE. WE HAD SUCH GOOD TIMES AND MEMORIES.
I WILL REALLY MISS YOU; WE BOTH HAD ACTIVITY RESTRICTIONS DUE TO HEALTH PROBLEMS BUT THAT DIDN'T STOP US FROM THE PHONE.
I WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH! YOU ALWAYS DID THINGS "YOUR WAY" EVEN IN DEATH. ANN - YOU FOUGHT THE GOOD FIGHT, YOU HAVE FINISHED YOUR COURSE YOU HAVE KEPT THE FAITH (Timothy 4:7)
RIP ANNIE. I LOVE YOU! YOUR CUZ, DEBBIE (CLARK) YOUNG-HENRY
Deborah C Henry
Family
November 5, 2020