Holly Miller

Holly Miller

Monday, November 1st, 1948 Tuesday, September 24th, 2019

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Obituary for Holly Ann Miller (Roshong)

Holly Ann Miller, 70, of Simpsonville S.C., Daughter of the late Milton and Elsie Stetler, Passed from this life on Thursday September 26th, 2019.

Surviving to cherish her memory are her Husband, Charles “Kent” Miller, Son Ronald Miller
(Tracy) of Fountain Inn; Grandchildren Kami Dunning (Jeremie) of Campbobello; Ryan Miller
(Ashley) of Boiling Springs; Charles Miller (Christina) of Waterloo, and Great Grand Children
Charli, Taylor, Grayson, John Luke of Campobello; Abby, Chloe, Malachi of Boiling Springs and Carleigh, Kinsleigh, Parker of Waterloo.

Although born in Pennsylvania, she was a resident of Simpsonville for 44 years. She and her
Husband met in grade school culminating in a marriage of 54 years. The local community may remember her as Holly of “Hollys” restaurant located in Fountain Inn. There she greeted
everyone with a friendly smile and bubbly personality. She will best be remembered by her
friends and family for her unconditional love and compassion as a loving Wife, Mother, Grand
Mother, and Great Grand Mother.

There will be a private gathering of family to share memories and celebrate her life.

We wish to express our appreciation and gratitude to all those who reached out during this time. We love you all.

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Dee Reeves

To kent and Ronnie Miller I'm so very sorry to hear of your loss. I've been thinking alot of you all lately. I've been trying to find you all on face book. As I continue to do so I see this. My heart is totally broken I can't believe this. You are in my prayers. Please find me on Facebook I really want to hear from yall. Love y'all. Dee Patterson Reeves.
Comment | Posted at 09:01pm via Condolence

nancykaye1030@gmail. com

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Holly was my niece but I thought of her as another daughter. I will miss her phone calls and encouragement she gave me. Love aunt Dot and uncle Ron.
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Elyse Hopkins

Ken and Ron we are so sorry for your loss. Holly will be remembered fondly in our home. We will miss her greetings from across the street. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in this time of mourning. Love and prayers from the Hopkins (across the street)
Matthew, Elyse, Josh and Jacob
Comment | Posted at 11:02pm via Condolence

Llbby Cantrell

So sorry Ron to hear the passing of your mom. It is so hard to give them up but just think of her new home. Prayers are with you and your sweet wife and families during this difficult time. Llbby Cantrell
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