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Kay Lynn Miller

Friday, June 17, 2011

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Kay Lynn Miller, 69, Brazil, peacefully died at home with her family around her June 17, 2011.

Born Nov. 30, 1941, in Brazil, she was the daughter of Robert L. and Mary Cathyrn Holland.

As a young lady, she began working for the Brazil Greenhouse as a florist. She enjoyed working at the Greenhouse for over 40 years, making many beautiful arrangements and designing many young couples wedding flowers. During her time at the Greenhouse, she earned her Master Floral Designer certificate and attended many different conferences and shows, showing off her wonderful and extravagant work. Kay later headed the floral department of Kroger's in Brazil. At Kroger's, she enjoyed working with the public and was known for her exciting seasonal displays year after year. Kay was also known for her wonderful and talented sewing ability, her outstanding and delicious cooking, and her beautiful paintings.

On Aug. 20, 1960, Kay married Everett (Ray) Miller. They were the loving parents of two children Chris and Autumn, and the grandparents to five exciting grandchildren who they adored.

Kay attended and was a member of the Stedfast Apostolic Church, Brazil. She was a very active member and loved her church family.

She is preceded in death by her husband Ray, her parents, a great-grandson Bubba T. Wakeling, and brother-in-laws Dorman (Bud) Miller, Kenny Maurey and Clyde Miller.

Survivors include one son Chris (Lesa) Miller and one daughter Autumn (Dennis) Cornwell, Brazil, grandchildren Kendall (Richard) Wakeling, Plainfield, Brodee Miller, and Eden, Ethan and Cydnee Cornwell, all of Brazil.

Service will be 11 a.m., Wednesday, June 22, at Stedfast Apostolic Church. Burial will follow at Clear Run Cemetery, Bridgeton, Ind., with Pastor Jason Weir officiating. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, at Moore Funeral Home.

Visit www.moorefuneralhomes.com to send condolences to the family.