Date of Death: September 11, 2020

Service Details

In accordance with family wishes cremation will be conducted and no services will be held at this time.

Obituary Notice

Angela Jane Miller, age 70, of Three Rivers passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her loving family on Friday, September 11, 2020. She was born in Caro, MI on November 30, 1949 the daughter of Carrol and Gwendolyn (Dobie) Reid.

She was employed for many years as a dedicated bus driver for Vicksburg Schools where she made many lasting friendships. On June 3, 1967 Angela was united in marriage to Russell Miller. Together they loved to go on short trips and camping with their children and grandchildren. She also enjoyed making many quilts and most of all, going to lunch with her friends.

Angela was preceded in death by her parents and son Rusty Allen Miller.

Surviving to cherish her memory are husband of fifty-three years, Russell Miller; daughter; Shannon Miller; son, Daniel (Stephanie) Miller; grandchildren, Miranda and Ryleigh Smith, Chase, Ryan, and Gunnar Miller and brother, Sandy (Brenda) Reid.

Additional Information

Memorial donations in Angela’s memory may be directed to the Miller Family c/o Russell Miller. Envelopes may be sent to Hohner Funeral Home in care of arrangements.

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  1. Awww I’m so sorry ,my prayers go to uncle Russ,dan&Stephanie,Shannon and all the grandkids, aunt Angie, well she was one tuff lady,but could be very kind, she will be so missed,. Rip, aunt Angie, please go c my mama and play ystzee or cards,. Till we meet again, ur missed so,. Love lisa

  2. Sorry to hear about Angie. She fought a long hard battle…one tough lady. I’ll always remember our times together on the Class Reunion Committee…the funniest being the time she showed up for a meeting and there wasn’t one! We’ll keep her family in our thoughts.

  3. She was the sweetest lady and I’ve so enjoyed got to spend so many years with her she would always light up a room whenever she walked into it…. She will surely be missed 🙁

  4. We have so many great memories of Angie and Russ and the kids- too many to list- I have known her all my life- always loved when she came to visit mom and dad and when we would go to visit her and Russ- the trip to Frankenmuth where we got to skip school because Angie was visiting, when her and I went to Rose City to visit her aunt and uncle then a quick trip to Mackinaw Island- she always made us laugh- her quilts were beautiful- to which I owe her a great deal for inspiring me to do the same. She took in my daughter when she attended Kalamazoo college and let her stay with her and Russ. So many things that there’s just not enough room to write about- we will miss her greatly. Thoughts and prayers to Russ, Shannon, Dan and all the family.

    Kelli Foster, Melissa & Brian

  5. You have def made a lasting impression over the past 22 years of knowing you. Camping with you guys was always fun and all the times you came out to just have dinner with us. I am glad that I could always be there for Shannon for the past several years when you were making trips back and forth to the hospital. If she gets out of hand I will try to throw a beer can at her and hit her in the head for you. Love you Nin and big hugs to Bump, Shannon, Miranda, and Ryleigh.

    Love Susan, Cheyanne, Sierra and Zachary Dooley

  6. I’ll never forget camping with you and Russ,Shannon,Andy. We had a great time. I still have my bird you made me from an old CD. You will definitely be missed but never forgotten. RIP Ma. Prayers for the family through this hard time.
    Jason,Cheyanne, Sierra, and Zachary Dooley

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