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Jean Miller

Jean Elaine Miller

Sunday, January 1st, 1928 - Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019
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Jean E. Miller, age 91 of Stanton, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at her daughter and son-in-law’s home in Vestaburg under the loving care of her family and Spectrum Hospice.

If you were to ask Jean if she was up for an adventure, road trip, or to try something new, the answer was always yes! She was not one to sit around or stay put very long. Jean loved her family and was always going to her grandchildren and great grandchildren’s games and activities. She loved cooking for them and making desserts (the sweeter the better). She also liked watching NASCAR and was always cheering for Kyle Busch. She liked going for rides with her son Steve as they “patrolled” the streets at night. Jean was loved by many and will be fondly remembered by everyone.

Jean’s family would especially like to thank everyone at Spectrum Hospice and especially Lindsay Kohagen for the wonderful and loving care they provided to her.

Surviving Jean is her daughter, Kathy (Michael) Harnack of Vestaburg; son, Steve (Kathy) Miller of Stanton; grandchildren, Jayson Chapin of Belding; Jaymi (Jake) Soule of Sheridan; Jessica Miller (Marc Ackley) of Greenville; Michael (Michelle) Harnack of Stanton; Justin (April) Harnack of Vestaburg; great grandchildren, Jaylynn, Porter, Jaxon, Faith, Bailey, Jacob, Jenna, Jazmine, Mason, Grace, Gunnar, Kayson; brother, Keith (Jeanne) Hallock of Ithaca; sisters-in-law, Pat Miller of Grand Rapids; Sharon Miller of Florida and many nieces and nephews.

Jean was preceded in death by her parents, Winifred & Margaret (Baker) Hallock, her husband, Jack Miller; two granddaughters, Mary Harnack and Elizabeth Harnack; great grandson, Jacob Rose and her siblings, Archie; Georgia; Stanley; Esther; Gladys; Maynard; Wayne; Winnie.

A celebration of Jean’s life is being held on Friday, October 25, 2019 from 11 AM to 2 PM at the Simpson Family Funeral Home in Stanton (225 W. Cedar Street) with lunch being provided as part of this celebration. There will be a time for sharing memories and stories of Jean with everyone at 1:30 PM. Memorial donations in Jean’s memory may be directed to Spectrum Hospice and envelopes will be available at the funeral home on Friday.
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  • Visitation

    Friday, October 25th, 2019 | 11:00am - 2:00pm
    When
    Friday, October 25th, 2019 11:00am - 2:00pm
    Location
    Simpson Family Funeral homes - Stanton
    Address
    225 W. Cedar Street
    Stanton, Michigan 48888
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  • Celebration of Life

    Friday, October 25th, 2019 | 11:00am
    When
    Friday, October 25th, 2019 11:00am
    Location
    Simpson Family Funeral homes - Stanton
    Address
    225 W. Cedar Street
    Stanton, Michigan 48888
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Celebration of life will be from 11am to 2pm with a meal provided during that time. A time to share memories of Jean will begin at 1:30pm.

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Michael A. Krum

Posted at 07:01pm
Strap yourself in, cause we're goin for a ride! That pretty well describes the 1960's and being the next door neighbor of the Miller's and the Baker's. If you were a kid and wanted to have some fun, all you had to do is make your way to the 300 block of E. Bellevue Street in Stanton as it seems like there was something going on all the time. Jean was so accommodating by letting the neighborhood kids come over to play or, after catching a good mess of fish (which we probably skipped school to do), she would let us take over her kitchen and clean all of them right there on her kitchen table, I mean, who else's mom would do that? And then there were the car rides with Jean riding shotgun while Steve would be behind the wheel. At that time, you would need to trade your seat belt in for a 3 point harness and maybe a blindfold! We all had dirt bikes and one time we were on M-46 trailering them up to Lakeview to have some work done on them, when all of a sudden, we looked out Jean's front seat passenger side window, and seen a familiar trailer with motorcycles on it nearly pass us on the shoulder!!! Another time we went for a ride in this little Fiat or some kind of vehicle with Steve and Jean occupying the front seat, once again. We ended up out by the Knobs when all of a sudden Steve thought he was in an off road vehicle and could make it to the top of the mountain. The road to the top had a gate across it so into the ditch we went trying to drive around it, where the muffler and a section of the exhaust pipe decided to come loose and wrap itself around the rear axle. Oh Mrs. Miller, you were a Saint, an absolute Saint. These are only a few of the stories in the saga of "Growing up on East Bellevue Street in the 1960's" in which Jean played a major role. Thank you Jean for letting us be kids. We sure got into a lot of mischief back then and you literally were a front seat passenger to it. Steve and Kathy and families, you had a wonderful mother.

Tammy Hancock

Posted at 10:22am
My Aunt Jean, How I love you with my whole heart. Until we meet again for your burnt beef and peanut butter fudge.
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Mike and Linda Austin

Posted at 11:51pm
My heart goes out to Jeans family. I haven’t seen her in many yrs but she was always a special person she will be missed by all.
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Larry kosloski and family

Posted at 04:14pm
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