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Sandra Miller of Camrose passed away on Wednesday, October 25 at the age 80. She was born in Edmonton on June 6, 1943 to Chester and Judith Throndson and was the older sister to Cecil and Ferne. Mom spent her early years growing up in the Armena area before graduating high school at CLC in Camrose. She was attending CLBI where met Bob Miller who was attending CLC. They were married on August 20, 1966 at Bethel Lutheran Church and moved to Saskatchewan where they had 4 children; Glen, Valerie, Don and Kevin. They raised their family in Hepburn, Frontier and Martensville until 2000, when the decision was made to move back and retire in Camrose.
Mom loved playing piano and volunteered her time at various senior’s homes and at church. Gardening, sewing and quilting were also a few of her other passions, but her greatest passion were her children and grandchildren.
For many years including this past year, she sewed “gramma-jammies” for the grandchildren and also added new Christmas stockings for everyone as the family grew. Mom was first diagnosed with cancer in March of 2022 and bravely fought for 18 months until her battle was lost.
She is survived by Dad (Bob), Glen (Jennifer), Valerie (Ian) Brager, Don (Shelley), Kevin (Mei Mei) as well as grandchildren Tyler (Adrienne), Caleb, Tim, Eric, Lauren, Lindsay, Aubrey, Logan and Grace. She was predeceased by her granddaughter Jessica.
A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 1, 2023 at Resurrection Lutheran Brethren Church in Camrose (5601 Enevold Dr).