Martha Miller, 74, of Lebanon, died Jan. 13.
Miller was born in O'Fallan, Ill. She attended Hillsboro High School in Tampa, Fla., and was a cosmetologist by trade. For many years, she worked in their wood shop and the Joy-Lyn Salon. She was active in her community and volunteered with the Warren County Conservation Club (where she was a past president) and the Cedar City Garden Club. She enjoyed crafts, mushroom hunting in Michigan and traveling in their RV around the United States, according to the Stine Kilburn Funeral Home website, www.stinekilburnfuneralhome.com.
She is survived by husband of 37 years, Walter H. Miller II "Walt" of Lebanon; daughter, Regina Storms of Lebanon; granddaughter, Amanda Morningstar of Wilmington; great-grandsons, Keyton and Bentley Johnson; sisters, Judy Berry of Lebanon, Mary Cornett of Lebanon and Kathy Carpenter of Dayton; brother, Michael Woerner of Orlando, Fla.; brother-in-law, Tom (Sandy) Miller; sisters-in-law, Mary (Charles) Carter and Emma Childs; and many other family members and friends.
The funeral service was held Jan. 18 at Stine Kilburn Funeral Home, Lebanon.
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