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Sunday, February 17, 2013

George Herbert Miller Obit

Danville Commercial News
January 1951

George Herbert Miller, 70, life resident of the Rossville Community, died at 1:20 a.m. Sunday, January 21, 1951 at the home of his son, Meredith Miller, east of Rossville. Mr. Miller had been in ill health sixteen months and seriously ill the past three weeks.

He was born February 20, 1880 at Rossville, the son of George W. and Anna (Haas) Miller. In March 1907 he was married to Stella Cox, who preceded him in death.

Surviving are four sons, Meredith Miller of Rossville, Walter Miller with the U.S. Army in England. Captain Kenneth Miller, stationed at the Spokane Air Force Base in Washington, Edward Miller of Chicago; two daughters, Mrs. Alma Ritter of Rossville and Mrs. Marian McGath of Bloomington; two brothers, Samuel Miller of Rossville and Grover FMiller of Danville and three sisters, Mrs. Ed Hushaw and Mary Miller of Rossville and Mrs. Walter Ennis of Potomac.

Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the Freese Funeral Home with Ralph Small, minister of the Antioch Church of Christ officiating. Mrs. W.L. Freese sang "The Haven of Rest" and "Good Night and Good Morning" accompanied at the organ by F.C. Reinbold. Flowers were in charge of Mable Hotsinpillar, Dorothy Weston, Jean Nixon, May Rose Fidler, Ardith Hughes, Gertrude Clapp, Annabelle Miller and Doreen Cox. Pallbearers were Edward Cox, Thomas Hushaw, Charles Hushaw, Don Cox, Carl Miller adn Dale Cox. Interment was in the Rossville Cemetery.

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