MOUNT VERNON — Nancy L. Miller, 62, of Mount Vernon died Jan. 20, 2010, at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus surrounded by her loving husband and family.
She was born June 25, 1947, in Mansfield to the late Clarence and Mary (Davies) Stoner. Nancy was a loving and dedicated wife, mother and grandmother. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Mount Vernon. She was a member of the Colonial City Moose Lodge and obtained her College of Regents Degree.
She fought a long and courageous battle with diabetes and kidney disease. During the entire ordeal she never lost faith in the Lord. She always had a smile on her face, a sense of humor and kind words for her caregivers no matter how challenging the situation may have been.
Everyone who ever met Nancy became instant friends. She had a loving personality that immediately attracted people to her.
She will be greatly missed by her husband, Denny Miller, whom she was married to for over 39 years. She was more than a wife, she was a best friend and soul mate. She was always by his side during his wild and crazy adventures.
She left a legacy that all that knew her could certainly draw from her strengths to face whatever challenges life may send our way.
She is survived by her husband, Denny Miller; her children, Jennie (Mark) Jones of Pennsboro, W.Va., Debbie (Brent) Hart of Little Rock, Ark., Jeffery (Holly) Miller of Mount Vernon, Christine (Jeff) Lang of Mount Vernon, Bryon (Tammy) Miller of Cardington; a brother, Roger (Shirley) Stoner of Danville; sisters, Tricia Reed and Ginny (Don) Miller, both of Mansfield; eight grandchildren, Jason (Amanda) Bonham, Whitney (fiancé Guy L. Reece III) Bonham, Ceth Miller, Alexis Teets, Josh Hart, Broc Hart, Preston, Brayden, Josh, Justin and Morgan Lang; three great-grandchildren, Mackenzie Bonham, Zoë Reese and Carly Bonham.
Nancy was preceded in death by two brothers, Richard and Eddie Stoner.
There will be no calling hours. A memorial service will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Mound View Cemetery with Pastor Robert Hendrix officiating. A celebration of her life will follow the memorial. Friends and family are welcome to come for a time of fellowship and food at First Baptist Church at 303 S. Edgewood Road. The Dilley-Lasater Funeral Home in Mount Vernon is handling the funeral arrangements for the Miller family.
Memorial contributions may be made in Nancy’s name to First Baptist Church, 303 S. Edgewood Road, Mount Vernon, OH 43050. To express a condolence or share a memory with the Miller family, please visit www.dilleylasater.com.