Condolence & Memory Journal

Sincere sympathy to the family. Never met Lillian, but when I happened to see Earl, he always looked happy -and what the obit says of his late wife, I can see why. Earl and I started first grade with others at Mabelvale School. God bless you, Earl

Posted by Lillian Jean Young Neal - Little Rock, AR - friend   December 04, 2012

Mom was independent in her thinking. She refused to let other people define her. She loved working with her hands, building, gardening, and working on crafts and projects. She liked to find something at the junkyard and make something from it. I have an old kitchen cabinet made from two different pieces that she pulled off the junk pile with her car and a rope. She scraped layers and layers of paint from the old cabinet to reveal the wood below.

Posted by Mary M. Smith - Bryant, AR - Daughter   November 25, 2012

I will always remember our visits to your house and my little dog growling at the TV in the middle of the night.

Posted by Keri Beck Covey - Orange Park, FL - Neice   November 20, 2012

In1999 I was on a trip with Lillian's son in law and friend Michael that overlapped thanksgiving. Upon visiting the Millers for only several hours I felt like I had known Lillian and the Millers for my entire life. I have always been and felt welcome and have consitered it a honor and a privilege to know all of the Millers to wich Lillian was so proud of. Mrs. Miller and the entire family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Frank Watson - Lancaster, SC   November 19, 2012

Our love and thoughts come to all of you as your family proceeds through this time of grief and reflection and memories about your relationships and love for each other. Please know that our prayers are focusing on sending peace to all.

Posted by Kris Driver - Fayetteville, AR - friend of family   November 19, 2012