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Official Obituary of

Susan "Suzy" Lee Millar Miller

November 24, 1948 ~ February 8, 2024 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Susan "Suzy" Lee Millar Miller Obituary

Suzy Millar Miller, 75, of Georgetown, Texas, passed away on Thursday, February 8 th , 2024, at a hospital in Austin, Texas. She was the beloved wife of Chuck, and loving mother of Julie Ann and Carl “CC” Clinton Miller.


Suzy retired from IBM as an auditor and technical writer. She kept busy in her retirement continuing as a Lifetime Member of the West Licking Historical Society, Pickerington-Violet Township Historical Society, as well as the Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society (RTHS), where she held the office for many, many decades as the Corresponding Secretary on the Board of Directors. She was a lead writer for the organizational bi-monthly newsletter, the Courier. Her five-part series “A Walk Down Main Street” was shared and read by over 28,185 people. She co-authored a book, “Reynoldsburg High School 1899 to 1970” that contains pictures of all the class composites we have on the walls at our Museum. She spent eight years researching for the book because our composites go back to 1899, but the school’s first graduating class was in 1871. Every student is listed, along with the faculty she could locate.


She was heavily involved with many Reynoldsburg High School classes, including her own graduation class from 1966. She acted as their Reunion Coordinator and Database Manager for decades. When Reynoldsburg had an active Alumni Association, she participated in that group and helped out whenever possible, typing programs, or helping with mailers. For several years, she hosted an all-alumni bash at the VFW Post #9473 in Reynoldsburg. She created commemorative books for at least six or seven different classes including 1956, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, and 1970.


She served as the pianist for the Reynoldsburg High School Chorus throughout her entire high school career and was the
accompanist for the youth choir at the United Methodist Church. Music has always been an important part of her life.
Suzy was a past Regent for the Mathias Ridenour Chapter of the National Society for the Daughters of the American
Revolution (NSDAR). She is very proud of her heritage as evidenced by the DAR emblem on the back of her tombstone.
She met with Girl Scout Troop 505 whenever she came to town. They were formed in the 1950s when the girls were
Brownies, and their leaders were Polly Cornell and Nina Bennett. After the girls flew from Brownies to Girl Scouts, they
remained Scouts until they graduated from High School in 1966. Suzy’s mother, Maebelle was a Scout leader for the 1964 graduating class age group.


Suzy’s claim to fame came in the form of a frog. February 2nd was known to all her friends and her entire family as the
official Ground Frog’s Day. There was a celebration every year. After 40 years of Frog parties, the final Ground Frog Party
was held on February 4, 2012. In her last newsletter story, she recommended that we should each start our own holiday. She said, “It can be about a collection of items, a special family date, or anything we choose. The important point is to keep it consistent and not a traditional holiday, so it becomes a personal time that reminds people of you and how you care for those around you.”


Suzy is survived by her son, Carl Clinton Miller, nephews, Brian and Chris Millar, and many cousins, including Sharon (Cosner) Sellitto, Mary Anne Klein, and Peggy Anstaett. She was preceded in death by her father, Paul Clinton Millar in 1984, her brother, Michael Paul Millar in 1991; mother, Maebelle Leona (Weber) Millar in 1998, her daughter, Julie Ann Miller in 2000, and her devoted husband, Charles (Chuck) William Miller in 2010.She will be buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery, Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, USA.


A Celebration of Life event will take place on Saturday, June 29th, at the Cotner Funeral Home, 7369 East Main Street in the Historic District of old Reynoldsburg. We will start with visitation of friends and family from 2:00pm to 3:30pm. The service will be at 3:30pm. Following the service, we will all walk together down the alley to the museum for refreshments at 1485 Jackson Street (across the street from the Hannah J. Ashton school). Donations may be submitted in Suzy’s memory to: The Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society, PO Box 144, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-0144


Suzy may be gone, but she will never be forgotten. Her legacy will live on forever. What she gave to this community is more precious than gold. She gave us her stories, her background, her memories, and most importantly, her friendship. God Bless You Suzy. Rest in peace.

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Visitation
Saturday
June 29, 2024

2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Cotner Funeral Home
7369 E. Main Street
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
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A Celebration of Life
Saturday
June 29, 2024

3:30 PM
Cotner Funeral Home
7369 E. Main Street
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
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