Nancy Jane Miller, 95,
formerly of Conneaut Lake Pennsylvania, passed away
on Friday, November 6, 2015 at the Concordia
Lutheran Ministries where she resided for the last
She was born June 10, 1920
in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the late William J.
Pugh and Anna May (McKibbin) Pugh.
Mrs. Miller was a telephone
operator prior to her marriage then was a homemaker.
She was member of High Street Community Church in
Conneaut Lake, PA. Mrs. Miller's interests were
sports, church/God and family. She played golf and
tennis and won championships in both. Mrs. Miller
enjoyed watching TV golf and tennis. She was a major
football fan of the Steelers and her husband's South
High School in Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Miller is survived by
four daughters, Sue Ann Miller of West Palm Beach,
FL, Pamela Hannah Miller of Denver, CO, Glenda Joy
Radicella of New Castle, PA and Barbara May Gade and
her husband Thomas Joseph of Butler, PA; eight
grandchildren, Christine Miller Nyette, Kristen Rae
Shepherd, April Marie Radicella, Annalise Sorensen,
Heather Michelle Gade, Rachel Elizabeth Chennault,
Jessie Emmanuelle Gade and Eden Renee Gade; three
great grandchildren, Isaac Sorensen Bush, Shane
Patrick Carroll and Pamela Elizabeth Chennault;
three nieces, Shari O'Hara, Linda Ferguson and
Joanne Casey; nine nephews, Richard and Robin
Wagner, John, Robert, Timothy, David and Thomas Pugh
and John and James Menoher.
In addition to her parents,
she was preceded in death by her husband, Glenn
Franklin Miller, whom she married March 9, 1945, and
who passed away August 10, 1992; one brother,William
J. Pugh, Jr.; two sisters, Ann Gordon Wagner and
Janet May Menoher; and three nieces, Jani-Rue Burkey,
Jaye Lynn Welke and Jacqueline Menoher.
Friends will be received
Saturday, November 28, 2015 from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Thompson - Miller Funeral Home,
Inc., 124 East North Street, Butler, PA.
Funeral service will follow immediately at 11:00
a.m. with Pastor Dennis Krajacic of Community
Alliance Church officiating.
Burial will take place in the
Jefferson Memorial Cemetery in Pittsburgh, PA .
Memorial donations may be
made to High Street Community Church, c/o Building
Fund, P O Box 248, Conneaut Lake, PA 16316.