Miller, Jane

Miller, Jane

November 15th, 2017

At home on Wednesday, November 15th, 2017, with her dear family at her side, Jane (Williamson) Miller of London, passed away in her 52nd year. Beloved wife to Robb and amazing Mom and friend to Tori and Brent. Cherished daughter of Dennis and Margaret Williamson of London. Survived also by her sister, Linda Shimizu (Ippei) of Papua New Guinea. Missed also by her wee doggie ‘Oscar’ and lovingly remembered by her in-laws: Doug (Sue), Linda, Dave (Joan), Allan, Karen (Mike), Sharon (Terry) and many nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be held on Saturday from 1:00-4:00 and 6:00-9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London where the memorial service will be conducted on Sunday, November 19th, 2017 at 11:00 a.m., the Rev. Deb Walker officiating. Private family Interment of ashes at Siloam Cemetery. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Jane are asked to consider the ALS Society of Canada.  

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Shona and Phil SandersTo the Miller and Williamson Families, We are so saddened to hear of Jane’s passing. She was such a beautiful person inside and out. And she loved her family dearly. Her laughter always put a smile on everyone’s face. She will have a special place in all our hearts. Sending our love and condolences. Phil and Shona Sanders
Cathy WilliamsMy heart breaks and no words can describe the sadness the surrounds the circumstances of Jane's passing. She was truly a wonderful, beautiful, kind, funny, generous woman whom I am so happy to say have had the pleasure to have gotten to know. Rob, Tori, Brent....please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. This world will by far be a much sadder place with the presence of Jane Miller in it. Hugs to all....
Tracy McLennanTo the Miller and Williamson families, We were so saddened to hear of Jane's passing. When a person thinks of what a kindergarten teacher embodies, Mrs. Miller was the ideal. She brightened up the classroom with her warmth, her smile, and her genuine love of her students and her profession. We were so very blessed to have Mrs. Miller teach our own children, and their love of learning and school can certainly be attributed to her influence from their very first day of JK. She was kind, caring, compassionate, and loved her "kids" with all her heart. She will be missed, not only in your family circle, but in the greater circle of the lives she touched through her years of teaching. May the love of your family and friends surround you all at this heart-breaking time. Paul, Tracy, Sabryn and Jocelyn McLennan
Craig ConlyRob,Tori,and Brent-We are saddened to hear of the passing of Jane.She was a very special person.Condolences to you and your extended families Our deepest sympathies-Craig,Leslie and Cole
Lisa and Scott ScribnerTo the Millers and Williamson families our deepest sympathies. Jane was a wonderful lady and we have some fond memories that we have shared in past years. She is now in peace. We are thinking of you in this difficult time. Lisa & Scott
Michelle ToplackI was deeply saddened by the news of Jane’s passing. She was such a kind-hearted woman, who truly loved her family and teaching career. I was fortunate to receive teaching advice from her while I completed a practicum in kindergarten five years ago. I will also fondly remember borrowing her Snow White costume - I will think of her any time I look back at those photos. My deepest sympathies and sincere condolences to the Miller family - I am thinking of you all during this difficult time. I hope Jane is now at peace. Sincerely, Michelle.
Janet CarewIt it with with great sadness to hear of the passing of an amazing, positive, sweet, loving, helpful and all around fabulous person. Jane will always remembered for the joy she brought to the lives of everyone she interacted with. My thoughts and prayers are sent with love to Brent, Tori and Rob.
Dorothy and Duncan Gillies Dear Dennis , Margaret and Jane's family. We are so saddened to learn of the loss of your dear Jane. We hope you will be comforted by the love and support of your family and friends. Our thoughts go with you as you bid her farewell for now. Duncan and Dorothy
The Caldwell FamilyRobb, Tori, Brent and Oscar we so wish we could be there to honour Jane's Life with you all. Know that you are always in our hearts here in Alberta. We love you all and our door is always open to your family. Jane was an amazing person and one of my most cherished friends and loved by all of us. I will always cherish the memories we made while we lived in London with your family they were some of the best times in our life. I will miss your mom's smile and laughter and constant friendship. You lost a wife and mother but you gained a guardian angel because I know Jane and she will always be watching over you all. Love to all and may you find the strength to get through this terrible time in your lives. Love you! Billie, Al, Mckenzie, Chase and Carter XO
The Schell FamilyRobb, Tori, Brent, and Oscar, We cannot even imagine how difficult this time is for you all. We truly wish there were something or some words which could ease your pain. We Schells will always have so many sweet memories of Jane in our hearts and feel truly blessed to have those memories to hang on to. Love to all, Sincerely, Kirk, Annette, Kendra, Frances xo xo xo xo
Edward, June, Beth DavisOur thoughts are with you Robbie, Tori and Brent. Remember Jane will always be with you no matter where go. Luv and Hugs to you all.
Dan & Jacqui Jones & FamilyIt is with heavy hearts that we learned of your loss. Please remember our thoughts are with you & your family in this time of need
Mea, Avery, Skyler and Jenn McLeodDear Mrs. Miller's family: So many people love and care about Mrs. Miller and are devastated that she has passed. We loved having her as our teacher (Mea and Avery). She was the first teacher we had at school (JK) and welcomed us to Clara Brenton with a smiling face and laughter in the classroom. We miss Mrs. Miller and our thoughts and sympathy are with her family at this time.
Claudia BragenI want to extend my heartfelt condolences to Jane's family. May your fond memories of her be a source of comfort for you during this sad time. God cares for those mourning and hears their prayers for comfort. Pray to him for the strength to endure the pain of losing this dear woman who will be missed. The promises made in Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5:28,29 help us to see that a time will come when sickness and death will be destroyed in God's own due time. Those in his memory will be resurrected. These wonderful promises have always provided hope and comfort for me. I hope they do the same for you. I like the picture of Jane holding my favorite flowers- sunflowers.
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