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Yvonne Sylvia Miller

Sunrise – January 07th 1935
Sunset – March 11th 2023

Yvonne Sylvia Miller led a remarkable life filled with love, warmth, and devotion to her family and community. Born on January 7th 1935, in the close-knit community, she was raised by her parents who instilled in her the values of compassion, determination, and the importance of family.

Yvonne’s journey took a significant turn when she met Philomath Miller. Yvonne and Philomath shared an unbreakable bond, and their marriage was characterized by mutual support, understanding, and unwavering commitment.

As a mother, Yvonne poured her heart and soul into raising her three boys, Brent, Brian and Roger. She embraced the joys and challenges of motherhood, providing them with a nurturing and loving environment. Yvonne’s home became a place filled with laughter, warmth, and cherished family moments. She delighted in watching her children grow, guiding them with her wisdom, and fostering their dreams and ambitions.

Yvonne’s role as a grandmother was a source of immense joy in her life. Her grandchildren, Melissa, Anthony and Sahara Grace, brought an added sparkle to her days. She embraced her role as “Nana” with open arms, relishing in every opportunity to shower them with love and create lasting memories. Yvonne’s bond with her grandchildren was truly special, and they cherished the moments spent together.

Beyond her role as a wife, mother, and grandmother, Yvonne was an active member of her community. Lending a helping hand and offering comfort to those in need. Yvonne’s compassion and caring nature left an indelible mark on the lives she touched, earning her the respect and admiration of her community.

Yvonne’s love, kindness, and unwavering support will be remembered by all who had the privilege of knowing her. She leaves behind a legacy of family unity, compassion, and selflessness. Yvonne’s life serves as a reminder of the profound impact one person can have on the lives of others.

Her memory will forever live on in the hearts of her family, friends, and all those who were touched by her kindness and love.

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