Miller, Nancy Evans Age 69

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Miller, Nancy Evans Age 69


Miller, Nancy Evans age 69, passed peacefully on Sunday, August 5, 2012, to join the Lord while awaiting a lung transplant. Nancy was born in Norfolk, Virginia on May 17, 1943 and reared in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She is survived by her husband, Douglas Miller with whom she just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, her daughter Shannon (husband, Will) Killeen and her son Corky (wife, Nicole) Miller and cherished grandchildren Caroline and Grant Killeen, Emery, Bennett and Keaton Miller, her sister Jackie (husband, Joe) Glaspie, her brothers Julian Reed (wife, Kathy) Newbern, Wayne (wife, Tammy) Evans, David (wife, Mitzi) Evans, sister-in-law Dorothy (husband, John) Miller, brother-in-law Paul (wife, Peggy) Miller, her stepmother Vivian Evans and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her sister Tish Roberson, her mother, Amanda Newbern and her father, Harden Jackson Evans. Nancy was a successful business woman, served with many civic organizations and had numerous achievements. She was the owner of Nancy Miller and Associates public relations and advertising company, which was a succession of the previous company she owned Meeting Management, Inc. Nancy served as President of the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce, volunteered with the St. Charles tourism bureau, was elected Midwest Regional Director of Jaycee Wives and published a historical quarterly magazine that captured the rich heritage of St. Charles County Past Times/St. …

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