Martha Jean Miller

Born: Fri., Jun. 1, 1951
Died: Wed., Jun. 24, 2015

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Reverend Martha Jean Miller, age 64, of Vidalia died Wednesday afternoon, June 24, 2015 at Meadows Regional Medical Center of Vidalia after an extended illness.

Mrs. Miller was a native of Arkansas and had resided in Vidalia since 1988.  She was a retired school teacher and minister in the Independent Church.

She is preceded in death by her son, James Edward Miller and her granddaughter, Dalana Miller.

Martha is survived by her son, Frank Miller of Vidalia; her daughter, Angela Maria Gatlin of Dalton; her brother, David Lee Wright of Ocoee FL; her sister, Shelby Jean Wright of Vidalia and six grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements will be finalized on Wednesday morning and be announced.

Stewart-Rosier Funeral Service of Vidalia is in charge of funeral arrangements.

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Tonia Tyler (Jerald and Barbara Miller's Daughter)
   Posted Fri June 26, 2015
Shelly and Family,
My heart is sadden at hearing that Martha has gone to see the Lord. But, it rejoices in the same, knowing she is in heaven where she always wanted to be. She is hugging James and Dalana and catching them up all the news down here. She is happy & healthy once again. I will always cherish her sweet smile for the days ahead as I hope everyone that knew her will as well.
My heart is with you all as you gather in the days ahead. I wish I could be home to join each of you. Always know you are in my thoughts and prayers and I love you. May each of you take comfort in knowing she in Heaven. May each of you gather and share great joy together and not sorrow. For the Lord said to " rejoice in the passing of my children for they have joined me in heaven."
The Gates stood tall on a clear day, when the bell sounds were heard from miles away. I call you home my child. Please come with great haste. Do not worry about those you leave behind they to will hear the bell one day. For now I call you... To join with me and sit at my table for supper. Here you will feel no pain or sorrow. Here you will walk the street of Gold and no longer struggle for anything. Do not worry I will watch over your loved ones like I always have. As she walked through the gates to heaven ... choirs of angels sang, friends and family greeted her with love once more. The table was set for a great fest for everyone to celebrate Martha's coming home.
I love you all. I miss you as much.

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