Judith Grace Miller, 65, passed away on March 1, 2012 at her home in Virginia Beach. Born October 8, 1946 in Houston, TX, she was the daughter of Vallie Boyd Miller and the late Jack Dee Miller. She was a nurse who, in her career, had worked at the Mayo Clinic and NASA.
Besides her mother, she is survived by three daughters, Vallie, Rebecca, and Joanna; and six grandchildren, Kyle, Mary Anne, Robert, Blake, Zoe, and Jack. She is also survived by a sister and two brothers, and many nieces and nephews.
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Only had the occasion to meet Judith one time through her daughter Vallie who is my co-worker. Judith was a wonderful person with a great wit. She will missed by all.
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.
Vallie, I would like to pass along my most sincere condolences for the loss of your mother. Everyone here at TSCHR has you and the rest of your family in our thoughts and prayers.
I can’t imagine what you are feeling, but I want to express my sincerest condolences to you and your sisters. Please let me know of any way I can help you.
To you, your sisters and extended family members…
Please accept my condolences and prayers for the loss of your mother. May His peace and comfort be with you all at this time.
Sending all of you our love & thoughts! She will and is greatly missed! She was such a wonderful woman & mother!! RIP Mama Judy xoxooxo
Vallie, Rebecca & Joanna, You must know that you are all in our thoughts. Wishing you find comfort in the wonderful memories you have of your Mom. Know that we love you and feel free to call on us anytime.
so sorry to hear. love to you rebecca and the rest of your family. thinking of you during this difficult time. lots of love from australia
Mom…I am going to miss you more than you will ever know. You gave all of us many wonderful memories, wisdom and laughs through the years. You will always be close to my heart, and you will live on in my life and that of my children. Mom, thank you for all the wonderful things you have done for me…I know you are in peace and holding my hand at all times. Love you forever momma…Joey
In the short time that I was graced with her in my life she made me feel like family, I still use the special pillow she got me. To Vallie and sisters, understand that sometime the Man upstairs sends for his angels and your mother truly was just that. She will be missed but not forgotten and Vallie thanks for sharing your mother with me, my thoughts and prayers are with you all…
Joanna and family. I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Your Mom would be proud of the impact you are having on your world. Your Mom will always be with you wherever you are. A
Vallie, Rebecca, and Joanna,
We are so sorry for the loss of your mom. She fought a good fight, and may we all find comfort in knowing she is at peace.
RIP Aunt Judy, you will be missed!
Vallie, I am so sorry about your mom. Even though I did not know her I do understand how much it hurts to lose a parent especially one living with you.
Vallie Girl, my sincere heartfelt sympathy, love and prayers for you and your family, I know how hard it is to lose your Mom! Please let me know if you need anything! I know your Mom was truly blessed to have such a loving, caring daughter as you! God Bless Sweetie! Love You, Maggie
Mom you are finally at peace. You will truly be missed but god has a special plan for you. Your love, support and accepting me into your family has been a blessing which I will always cherish. Your love shines through your daughters (my sisters) as well as all the grand children. Life will be different without your physical presence but I feel you will always be with us in our minds, our hearts and our surroundings. I know you are now in God’s hands. You are safe, free from pain and walking with Jesus. I love you and wish you well on your everlasting journey into heaven. Love you always and forever Dave.
Vallie, may He bring you comfort during your time of sorrow.
My deepest sympathies to you and your family during this time.
Grammie, you are in my heart always, I know you know this, but I love you. You will always be shining down on me and my brother. I wish I had the chance to see you once more. You may not be here with me physically, but I know you are always by my side. You were always my biggest fan, and in your time of need I was yours. You are the strongest person I have ever known, I love you, I love you more, I love you the mostest~Zoe
Vallie, may God’s continued grace cover you through this trial. My prayers stand firm for your family. Blessed love…
I am so sorry for your loss may the peace of God be with you all.
Vallie- I am so so sorry to hear of the death of your mother. I will always remember her resilience and how she liked to come with you and see the eagles. Sending you my love, thoughts and prayers. May you be comforted in knowing how many care for you.
Judy and I worked together at Optima Health. We became good friends.I was the receptionist at the desk.She was one of the sweetest and generous nurses I have ever met.She loved her family especially her grandkids. Her smiling face will never be forgotten.R.I.P Judy
My prayers are with you and the family. Judy was a very nice person to work with. She had a very warm and caring heart. Her joy and laughter was contagious. I know she is in the presence of her Lord and Savior with no more pain and suffering. I am glad I got to see her at Oakwood and she was still smiling excited about going home. May the God of all comfort give you peace.
I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that God will bring comfort to the family during this time. Judy was a wonderful person and I am so glad that I had the pleasure of working with her. She will be missed, but I am thankful that she is no longer suffering. May God bless you all.
An old friend sending a loving message to Judy’s family. We were high school classmates and I worked one summer for the Millers when they owned the lodge on Lake Mary here in Minnesota. I so often wondered where life had taken Judy and now I see that she was surrounded by beautiful children and grandchildren. What a joyful life she must have had. I only wish I had known this sooner. Judy was a real “Texas Belle” when I knew her and we shared some really fun times.
We lost touch after high school but I have always thought about you. You were a good friend and we had some fun times together. You left the world too soon.
Dear Family of Judy,
I am so sorry for your loss. I am sure you have so many fond memories of her.
She was a dear friend to me at Crosby-Ironton High School. I even spent a night or two at her home…and remember her mom (who Judy surely resembled in these pictures), her dad and her brother….and their house dog!! I tried to e mail her a year or two ago and sent a letter, but didn’t get a reply….I so wanted to talk to her again. She was a special friend and I remember her fondly. Our class reunions (class of ’64) always are a special time as we were a pretty close class. We will think of her again this year.
Again, I want to send my sympathy and prayers to you all. Pat(Lulu)Stefano
My sympathy goes out to all of Judy’s family.
I’m sorry for your loss. I was a classmate of Judy’s in Minnesota. We had a lot of good times hanging out. Often wondered where she was not knowing we were only a state away from each other. Blessings to all of you. Judy was a wonderful person.