VIRIGNIA BEACH- Jessie Ann Miller, 44, passed away May 16, 2012 in Norfolk, VA. She was born March 12, 1968 in Groton, CT. She was the beloved daughter of Sachiko Selbe and the late William C. Selbe of Virginia Beach. Jessie was her mother’s caretaker and had a passion for helping her family and friends. She also enjoyed shooting pool, listening to music, playing virtual golf games, drawing, and spending time with her family, friends, and dogs. She possessed a loving heart that reached across a large extended family and she touched many lives making her loved by all who knew her.
She is survived by her daughters, Sarah Ann Selbe of Norfolk, Samantha Ann Miller of New York, and son, Eric Patrick Miller of Virginia Beach; brother, John C. Selbe and his wife, Luz of Virginia Beach; sister, Donna Lee Allen and her husband, Greg of Colorado; brother, Robert Selbe and his wife, Niki; grandsons, Nathaniel Day of Norfolk and Ayden Aleman of New York; several nephews, nieces, grandnephews, and grandnieces throughout the country. She was predeceased by her sister, Mary Marie Phillips of Indiana. She shared an emotional bond with Rob Scottow, Christina Wanner, and Charles Miller.
The family will receive friends at 2:00 pm Sunday followed by a funeral service at 4:00 pm at Family Choice Funerals & Cremations, 5401 Indian River Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23464. Entombment will be held 10:00 am Monday at Greenlawn Memorial Gardens, 3920 Airline Boulevard, Chesapeake, VA 23321. Please use the links provided to sign the online guestbook.Send Flowers
Jessie, you and I were the youngest to the oldest, 12 years apart. I didn’t really know you well as a child except as a snot nosed brat, but we made up for it as adults! We had good times together, cook outs, family holiday celebrations, sharing a lot of time with our Mother, partying, shooting pool. I for one am going to miss those times. I love you so much! Peace.
I will miss you my friend!!!
So sorry for your lose. Please let all your good memories provide you warm comfort until you are together again. Take care and bless you, Deb
Jessie, I rember most when you were born. The youngest cousin. Grandma Selbe would visit your family in Key West and talk of the beautiful baby Jessie, her namesake, and her long curly dark hair. She was very fond of you. Finally we met. I enjoyed the time you lived in CO with your mom and again when you were here with Chuck and the kids. I will keep those fond memories forever. Love you, until we meet again, hugs, Michael
We are so sorry to hear of Jessie’s passing.
I love you mom. i remember you forever in my heart. miss you mamma.
You are so deeply missed, my friend. You have filled my heart with memories that I will cherish always! Thank you for being my friend.
I love you momma jessie…ill never forget you and ill always love n miss u…r.i.p momma
She’ll live on in our memories..
Hey Jessie ! I know you’re listening in on us, We all miss you! Also, we will see you Sunday. See you again one day, til’ then i’ll carry on the great memories and remember the quotes and funny things you’d post every day. I must say, they always made me laugh and made me feel that much better. Thank you. 🙂
My dear Friend, I will hold you forever in my heart and will miss you forever, rest assure your imprint in my life will never be forgotten.
Love you Jessie girl.
Where do I begin to say how big the emptiness that is made by your death. You were a special friend to me and during a very difficult time. I love you Jessie and will miss your presence. You are loved and missed. Always my friend, Pamala
Hey sis, I will remember all the time we spent together. The time when you slept with me because of the little red bugs, and laying in the sun tanning and all the other times. I miss you and love you lots.
this is our sister, with whom we are well pleased…
My Memory Library
© Sarah Blackstone
Imagine if I was given one moment,
just a single slice of my past.
I could hold it close forever,
and that moment would always last.
I’d put the moment in a safe,
within my hearts abode.
I could open it when I wanted,
and only I would know the code.
I could choose a time of laughing,
a time of happiness and fun.
I could choose a time that tried me,
through everything I’ve done.
I sat and thought about what moment,
would always make me smile.
One that would always push me,
to walk that extra mile.
If I’m feeling sad and low,
if I’m struggling with what to do.
I can go and open my little safe,
and watch my moment through.
There are moments I can think of,
that would lift my spirits everytime.
The moments when you picked me up,
when the road was hard to climb.
For me to only pick one moment,
to cherish, save and keep,
Is proving really difficult,
as I’ve gathered up a heap!
I’ve dug deep inside my heart,
found the safe and looked inside,
there was room for lots of moments,
in fact hundreds if I tried.
I’m building my own little library,
embedded in my heart,
for all the moments spent with you,
before you had to part.
I can open it up whenever I like,
pick a moment and watch it through,
My little library acts as a promise,
I’ll never ever forget you
Source. The memory Library
Jessie my Best Friend we were together every day and I held her hand until the end. I miss her bad cant wait to meet her on the other side.