Judith "Judy" MillerJudith "Judy" Miller was born on March 8, 1934, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Judith "Judy" Miller was born on March 8, 1934, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Her younger sister is Beth, she currently is residing in the state of Missouri and her older brother Dick is deceased. She graduated from high school and attended college for a short time at Valparaiso University, a private Lutheran affiliated college in northern Indiana.
Judy married Louis "Bud" Miller in 1956 and together they spent 57 years together. Judy met Bud shortly before the Korean War and upon his safe return from the Korean conflict Bud proposed to her and they were married, Bud passed away two years ago. Most of their married life they lived in Streamwood, Ill., where they raised their four children, Dan, Mark, Sue and Tim. Judy has 16 grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
When her children were growing up Judy worked part-time at the private Lutheran school her children attended. In the summer when school was not in session she worked at a summer camp by the name of Walcamp, her children attended this camp as well. When her children were grown and left the nest Judy worked full-time and was the office manager for a firm, she set up the entire computer system for this organization. She was not a "techie" but understood and enjoyed working with the computers.
Judy's interests include knitting, crocheting, singing in the church choir as a child and spending time vacationing in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota. Summer vacations were spent at Long Lake in the Rice Lake/Spooner Wisconsin area and also at Devil's Lake. Judy and Bud bought a cabin at Island Lake in Minnesota in 1999.
Judy is a Christian, her faith is strong and is very important to her. She is a member of Peace in Christ Lutheran Church in Duluth. This past summer she was invited by the youth group from her church to go to San Antonio, Texas, with them, she accepted the invitation and had a wonderful time. Judy and Bud raised their children in the Lutheran Church of the Missouri Synod and instilled a strong Christian faith in each and every one of them.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: 11 a.m. Thursday in Peace In Christ Lutheran Church, 5007, Maple Grove Road, Hermantown.
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