Betty Marie Miller

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died December 23, 2020

Betty Marie Miller, age 88, of Gladstone passed away peacefully at her home on Wednesday Dec, 23, 2020.

Betty was born Sept. 29, 1932 in Escanaba, MI. The daughter of Eldor and Imagene (Switzer) Miller. She lived her whole life in the Kipling, Gladstone/Escanaba area.

She worked at Prudential Insurance Co. for 42 years and retired from there. She was a member of St. Martin Evangelical Lutheran Church and taught Sunday School there.

Betty loved to travel and did so with her close friends, Evelyn and Beatrice. They were the Three Musketeers. She was highly skilled with knitting needles and crochet hooks. Betty wrote her own rules and paved her own way. She enjoyed her murder mystery shows and a good steak!

She was never one for holding back on her opinion and had a knack for telling it like it is.
Betty will be sorely missed and survived by her nephew Terry Miller and his children Alan Miller and Dave & Cindy (Miller) Bean. Along with many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends all whom loved her dearly and will never forget her wit, charm, humor.

A private memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family.
The Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting the Miller Family.
Betty will be laid to rest in Gardens of Rest Cemetery.

4 Tributes for “Betty Marie Miller

    Betty lived right next door to my mom & dad for years. My parents, Claude & Theresa Alexander were in apt 18 and my mom loved Betty so much. Betty would give my parents her dauly press when she was done reading it and my mom always made homemade fridge magnets and crocheted slippers for Betty. It wasn’t long and Betty seemed like family to us all. We all visited her throughout the years. She was a wonderful lady. May God truly bless her & her family.

    I’m sorry to hear about Betty. She lived across the road from us in Kipling, and was also one of my mom’s childhood friends, along with Evelyn, Beatrice, and Betty Rajala. Loved hearing stories of them growing up.

    oh Betty I remember working with you at good ole Prudential…. you were an awesome co worker who told it like it was.. I remember many good times there….

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