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Ethel Virginia Miller
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Ethel H. Miller Ethel Virginia Heishman Miller, 98, of Winchester, Virginia, died on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 in Apple Manor Assisted Living, where she and her husband received years of wonderful care. Mrs. Miller was born in 1913, in Lost River, West Virginia, the daughter of the late Arthur L. and Josephine Heishman. She was …
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Libby left a message on January 30, 2013:
Aunt Ethel will be sadly missed, but she was a true Christian lady, who ministered to others. She was an excellent cook, a caring and giving person. Aunt Ethel would play cards with us until the wee hours of morning at Grandma's house. She alway gave us books to read. Shirley Ann don't be a stranger to West Virginia. Mom said to send you her thoughts and prayers. Libby Heishman
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Aunt Ethel will be sadly missed. She was a true Christian who ministered to others. Aunt Ethel was a very caring and giving person. She used to play cards with us at Grandma's house until the wee hours of morning. She would always bring us books. Aunt Ethel and Uncle Cletus watched Jennifer for me many times. I so appreciated this kind gesture. Shirley Ann do not be a stranger to West Virginia. Mom sends her thoughts and prayers to you, as do John and I. Fondly, Libby
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Ethel lived across the street, on Charles Street, where I lived with my grandparents, Edith and Will Stultz when I was growing up. She was a kind and helpful neighbor. I have lived all over the world with my husband since I married in 1955. Shirley was a few years behind me in school. I have lived in Mexico for six years, but occasionally view the Winchester Star, where I saw Ethel's obituary. I remember Ethel and that she was a good helpful person. To Shirley I am sorry for your loss. Remember your mother as person who was loving and caring. She had a long life and did many helpful things for others. Philomena (Phil) Stultz Weatherby Lake Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico
Libby Heishman left a message on May 26, 2011:
Aunt Ethel will be sadly missed, but she was a true Christian lady, who ministered to others. She was an excellent cook, a caring and giving person. Aunt Ethel would play cards with us until the wee hours of morning at Grandma's house. She alway gave us books to read. Shirley Ann don't be a stranger to West Virginia. Mom said to send you her thoughts and prayers. Libby Heishman
libby heishman left a message on May 27, 2011:
Aunt Ethel will be sadly missed. She was a true Christian who ministered to others. Aunt Ethel was a very caring and giving person. She used to play cards with us at Grandma's house until the wee hours of morning. She would always bring us books. Aunt Ethel and Uncle Cletus watched Jennifer for me many times. I so appreciated this kind gesture. Shirley Ann do not be a stranger to West Virginia. Mom sends her thoughts and prayers to you, as do John and I. Fondly, Libby
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Philomena Stultz Weatherby left a message on May 27, 2011:
Ethel lived across the street, on Charles Street, where I lived with my grandparents, Edith and Will Stultz when I was growing up. She was a kind and helpful neighbor. I have lived all over the world with my husband since I married in 1955. Shirley was a few years behind me in school. I have lived in Mexico for six years, but occasionally view the Winchester Star, where I saw Ethel's obituary. I remember Ethel and that she was a good helpful person. To Shirley I am sorry for your loss. Remember your mother as person who was loving and caring. She had a long life and did many helpful things for others. Philomena (Phil) Stultz Weatherby Lake Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico
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