Genevia S. ‘Neve’ Miller

August 20, 1962 ‒ September 14, 2015

Marion, Ohio

Genevia S. “Neve” Miller, age 53, of Marion, died unexpectedly on Monday, September 14, 2015, at Grant Medical Center.

On August 20, 1962, Genevia was born in Marion, Ohio, the third of four children of Newt P. Ward and the late Glena (Arnett) Ward.  She graduated from Wynford High School in the class of 1981.

For over twenty years, Genevia worked as a production associate with Tuscarora, Inc. in Marion.

In 1990, Genevia married the love of her life, Kenny Miller.  He preceded her in death in 2007.

Having a huge heart, Genevia cared deeply for others and was her own person.  She especially cherished her grandchildren, and enjoyed tending to her flowers.

She will be missed by her two daughters: Heather Miller and Tabitha McVay; three grandchildren; her father, Newt Ward; three siblings: Rick (Vicky) Ward, Rita Ward and Debbie (Tracy) Ewalt; and several nieces.

Services honoring Genevia’s life will be observed privately by her family.

Gunder/Hall & Snyder Funeral Home is honored to have been chosen to serve Genevia’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting

  • So sad…sending prayers to her family…I just met Neve a few weeks ago at a thrift store with Tommy….she was such a nice person….we talked the whole time we were there shopping….she was so glad that I helped her pick clothes out for her and Tommy.We were talking about different people and realized she had worked with my sister Judy for a long time and told me what a great lady she was…and to tell her that she said hi…..Neve was such a pleasant person….I even told Tommy that she was a really nice person.I am so glad that I had the chance to meet her that day….so sorry for your loss.

  • Heather I’m so sorry for your loss. I will be keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time and always. I miss seeing your smiling face and I hope you and that smile will reappear soon. God loves you and so do we.

  • I have seen and shared childhood memories with Neve a few times over the last few years at random times and it was like we were kids again, cousins who loved playing together and loved each other. I am so sorry for her loss and her kids and grandkids. You will all be in my prayers.

  • I remember going to school with Neve and her sisters at Silver St school. She will be missed. Thoughts and prayers for her family. Debbie, I remember you the most. May God be with you. RIP.