W. Jean Miller

April 25, 1925 ‒ May 11, 2017

Delaware, Ohio
Formerly of Celina, Ohio

Wilma “Jean” Miller, 92, of Marion, formerly of Celina, Ohio passed away Thursday May 11, 2017 at The Kingston Residence in Marion.

She was born April 25, 1925 in Celina, the only child of the late George Daniel & Bessie Elizabeth (Beougher) Fisher.

Jean attended and later graduated from Rockford High School in Rockford, Ohio. Jean later met and married the love of her life Clarence “Jay” Miller. Jean was a member of Mercer United Methodist Church in Mercer, Ohio and later attended the West Side United Methodist Church in Lima, Ohio.

Survivors include Karen (Mike) Ryan and grandchildren Rachel E. and Christopher M. Ryan.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 45 years, Clarence Miller in November 1992.

Pastor John Herdman will officiate a funeral service 11:00 a.m. Monday, May 15th, 2017 at the Snyder- Rodman Funeral Center 101 Valley Side Drive, Delaware, Ohio 43015. Family and friends may call an hour prior to the 11o’clock services.

Burial will take place 3:30 p.m. on Monday at the North Grove Cemetery in Celina, Ohio.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed towards The American Diabetes Association 471 East Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43214 or West Side United Methodist Church 604 Gloria Ave., Lima, Ohio 45805.

To share a fond memory or to leave a message of condolence please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware is honored to serve the Miller family.

  • Karen, Mike, Rachel and Christopher,

    Karen, lst of all thank you for calling and letting me say good bye to Jean.
    I have a lot of memories of Jean. Our many trips to the store and hearing
    about the accomplishments of Rachel and Chris.
    We both had April birthdays and I enjoyed the many cards she made and
    sent while at Kingston.
    My sympathy to each of you.
    Love and a big hug,
    Mary Ann Hunt and Howard

  • I remember taking care of jean as an aid when I worked at Kingston. She was my most favorite resident. We always talked about all the jewelry she had and made including her making me a necklace to keep for myself. She was the sweetest most kindest woman I know. She really loved seeing pictures of my family. Especially my children. I left Kingston in late 2015. It wasn’t until about a week before Jean passed that I got to take care of her as my patient at Marion general hospital. It was really a sign to me because I had been thinking about jean just a few days before I got to take care of her wondering how she was doing and that I had missed her so much. My face was pure joy when I saw her. I asked her to open her eyes and look at me and as soon as she did she smiled so big and said I remember you I remember you. I’m so glad god brought Jean back into my life that one last time so I could take care of her one last time. Rest in heaven sweet jean. I know you are so happy to be back with Jay again.

    My condolences and love,
    Lindsay C.