Lynn Miller

Obituary of Lynn Miller

Lynn Miller was born in the city of Beaumont, Texas to Mother Bobby Dale and Father James Preston Dale. She passed away on January 21, 2020 from complications due to a long battle with Chronic Obsrtuctive Pulmonary Disease Lynn was born in Beaumont, Texas in March of 1942. She attended Highland Park High School until her Junior Year, when she became a young mother in April of 1959. During her life Lynn worked as an optician and also as an office manager at a law firm, but mostly as a mother and housewife. Her father was a Primitive Baptist Minister. She was raised in this type of environment and as a result she had a very strong faith in the Lord. She loved the outdoors, flowers, animals of all types. She had a multitude of beloved pets though the years. She loved music of all types, played piano and loved to sing. But most of all she loved her family and her extended families. She was married to Timothy Phillip Miller in May of 1991. They quickly became soul mates and were together nearly every day until her passing. Lynn is survived by her spouse, Timothy Phillip Miller, by her children, son James Gifford (Rosemary), daughter Jackie Price (Steve), daughter Gina Bradley, and son Joseph Watkins (Vicki); She is also survived by 6 step-children, 30 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild. She was preceded in Death by her Mother, Bobby Rainwater, her Father, James Preston Dale and her youngest Son John Michael Gifford In Lieu of sending flowers, the family requests that donations be made in her name to Shriner"s Hospitals for Children. The Family wishes to extend their deepest appreciation for all the kind thoughts and prayers received. The Sorrow we feel when we lose loved ones is simply the price we have to pay to have had them in our lives.
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10:00 am
Friday, January 31, 2020
Falconer Funeral Home
251 W. Juniper Ave.
GILBERT, Arizona, United States
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