May 29, 1956 -- September 12, 2014

Lois Elaine Miller, 58, of Middlebury, passed away at her residence. She was born on
May 29, 1956, in Grand Rapids, MN, to Lloyd and Arliss (Trast) Miller. Surviving are her
father; two sisters, Mary (Don) Muhlnickel of Goshen, Susan (Kevin) Johnson of
Nashwauk, MN; two brothers, Gordon (Lynette) Miller of Goshen, Eugene (Lisa) Miller
of Prior Lake, MN; three nieces, Ali, Kara, and Emily Miller and a nephew, Nathan Miller.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Arliss Miller. She worked at Nautic Global as
a seamstress and had been a nurse at Goshen General Hospital, St. Joseph Med
Center, and Greencroft as well as working in home health care. She loved her nieces
and nephew and enjoyed being around children, reading, sewing, and was also very
artistic. Visitation will be from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Saturday, September 20 at
Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street, Middlebury. A memorial service
will be at 6:00 pm on Saturday also at the funeral home. Services will be conducted by
Pastor Jack Tillotson. Burial will be in Nashwauk Cemetery, Nashwauk, MN at a later
date. Memorials may be given to NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness).  

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We are thinking of you all during the loss of a dear sister.  May God bless you with his
peace and may the abiding Holy Spirit in each of you, comfort and strengthen each
other as you are together.  So sorry we will be unable to attend.
From: Larry and Ann Flora
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Our prayers & heart go out to you after losing such a wonderful sister, aunt & daughter.
This is what Lois was to me,
Lois was a woman who knew how to love.
She dedicated many years to serving me & my family as I dealt with severe health
Lois could be called upon at any hour & she would give her all. I will forever be grateful
for what Lois has done for me & my family.
Lois volunteered several years at a Transitional Women's Home & the ladies loved her
quiet spirit as she listened to their stories without any judgements & she would
encourage them to be all that they could be.
I wish I would have listen to the nudging to go visit her just days before she passed on
to be with the Lord.
Our condolence to her family.
We will forever miss you Lois,
From: Betty, Jadyn, Austin & Danielle Miller
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It is with a heavy heart, I am writing. So saddened to hear the lose of Lois from this
Earth. I remember our childhood/classmate years of friendship with such vivid
memories . She truly had an angelic way about her -such a kind and soft heart. May
your family find peace knowing she is in the Lords care now and as an angel looking
down on you all.  Love and prayers, Debbie Carter
From: Debbie Carter
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Sorry to hear of Lois passing away, she was a good friend in high school. Hoping there
are good memories to keep her close.
From: Marsha (Clusiau) Benolken
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We extend our sympathy to you at the loss of your sister.
The unexpected losses are so
difficult.  Our prayers and
thoughts are with you.
From: Art and Bev Boughner-Beutler
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Sorry to hear of the loss of your dear sister.  She was one of the first persons I learned
to know in Minnesota.  We stayed at Faith Haven Cabin with several others while
teaching Bible School at Balsam Lake Chapel. Her friendship was warm and sincere.
From: Sheryl Mullet
Lois Elaine Miller