Roberta Sue Miller

November 27, 1942 ‒ October 08, 2019

Galena, Ohio

Roberta Sue Miller, age 76,  of Sunbury, died peacefully on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at Countryview of Sunbury.

Born November 27, 1942 in Richwood, Ohio to the late Robert T. and Rosa M. (Forrider) Morrow.  Graduate of Olentangy High School. Retired Customer Service Representative for Gilson Company Inc.  Attended Gospel Light Baptist Church.

Preceded in death by husband Donald E. Miller, Jr.

Survived by devoted children, Brian (Teresa) Miller of Centerburg, Sheila Miller of Delaware and Tara Palmer of Columbus; brother, Thomas (Carol) Morrow of Union City; grandchildren, Hunter, Ella and Logan Calkins; foster son, Ed Collinsworth; nieces and nephews.

Friends may call 5-7 pm Friday, October 11, 2019 at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 N. State Route 61, (at SR 3), Sunbury.  Graveside Funeral Service 11 am Saturday, October 12, 2019 at Galena Cemetery, 297 N. Walnut St., Galena.  Mr. Jeff O’Brien, Celebrant.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Miller family.  Please visit to share a memory or condolence with the family.

  • Brian and Family,

    Keeping you all in prayer that God comfort you and give you His peace.

    Karen and Bill Ridenour

  • To the family of Roberta Miller,
    My name is Jessica, I have had the privilege of taking care of Roberta at countryview for the past year that I have worked there as an STNA. She was so kind and she always made me smile. You guys are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Jessica Bolton

  • So sorry for your loss Brian and family. You were a loving and devoted son in your committment to her care. We are praying for your family. May your memories be a comfort for your time of loss.

  • Brian, Sheila, and Tara,
    We were so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was such a special person. We have so many good memories of our times together at Vans Valley. Our family is thinking of you and praying for you.
    Mark, Marcia, Rachel, and Aaron Lawless

  • I met Roberta when we were roommothers when Sheila and my son were in first grade. Got reacquainted at Gilson. Super nice person who adored her kids. So sorry for your loss.