Kelley G. Miller
March 08, 1960 ‒ May 04, 2020
Kelley G. (Levin) Miller, age 60, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family after a hard-fought battle with breast cancer.
Kelley was born in Rochester, New York where she spent her childhood and teenage years sharing a close bond with lifetime friends, the McLane family. Kelley met the love of her life, Eric, and they were blessed with two beautiful daughters- Nichole and Erica. As Kelley and Eric began to raise their young family, they relocated to his hometown Westerville, where they would raise their daughters surrounded closely by their family.
Kelley was always an entertainer- the quintessential hostess always ensuring there was plenty of food, treats, and goody bags to go around. She hosted countless holiday gatherings, card parties and catered graduation parties for those close to her. She never denied an extra guest or seat at the table. Kelley loved to sit and hear the laughter of her daughters and nieces filling her home.
Kelley’s favorite role in life though was the one where her title was Nana. Blessed first with the twins- Addy and Ava, Nana enjoyed every moment spent watching them grow from craft time and school pickups to dance recitals and trips apple picking. When the littlest of the bunch, Ainsley, joined- Nana’s world turned upside down in the best of ways. She was Nana’s popsicle pal and best friend. Nana always had a story to share of Ainsley’s latest antics.
Preceded in death by her parents, Eunice and Hyman Levin. Survived by her adoring husband, Eric; daughters, Nichole (Mitch) Thompson and Erica (Nathaniel) Kuhn; cherished granddaughters, Addison, Ava and Ainsley Thompson; mother-in-law, Wilma (Tony) Dicenzo; father-in-law, Roger Miller; sister-in-law, Janet (Daniel) O’Brien; brother-in-law, Brian Miller; and nieces, Christina and Jessica Miller, Fallon, Margaret and Gaetan O’Brien; and many friends whom she welcomed into her heart as family.
Eric, Nichole, and Erica appreciate the overwhelming support and love shown for Nana throughout her fight. Her years were cut short, but the life she fit into those years was full because of the family and friends who filled them.
Due to the current restrictions, the family will be delaying services until a Celebration of Life can be held. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Bing Cancer Center at Riverside Hospital in her memory.
The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve the Miller family. Please share a memory or condolence with the family on this website.