Linda Mae Miller

Linda Mae Miller

March 27, 1959 - December 9, 2012

Linda Mae Miller

March 27, 1959 - December 9, 2012

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Linda Mae Millar, age 53 of Knoxville TN, passed away December 9, 2012 at the University of Tennessee Medical Center after a long battle with cancer. Linda was born March 27, 1959 in Newmarket, Ontario and grew up in Ottawa, Canada. Linda had an independent spirit, lively intelligence and a generous heart, she will be greatly missed. Linda earned a bachelors degree in commerce and a CMA accounting accreditation and worked as an auditor, accountant and real estate agent. Linda was a loving mother to her son, Gavin Millar, and is survived by her son Gavin Millar; brothers Scott Millar, Mark Millar, and Paul Millar; and by her parents, Gerald and Elizabeth Millar of White Rock, British Columbia, Canada. A memorial service for Linda will be held Thursday December, 27, 2012 at El Ahava Messianic Synagogue in Ft. Myers, Flordia beginning at 7 pm. The Cremation Society of Tennessee are in charge of arrangements. You may leave the family condolences at www.cremationsocietyoftn.com

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3 responses to Linda Mae Miller

  1. Jill Luecke says:

    Saddened to read this news. I worked with Linda in the Finance Dept. in the City of Cape Coral Fl. She always kept me laughing and was a wonderful friend. Am so sorry we haven’t been in touch for some time. She was a loving mother to Gavin he was just a little shaver when I knew him, a fantastic, giving, unselfish person I was fortunate enough to be friends with. RIP Linda..I know the angels have welcomed you with open arms and you will be waching over Gavin from the Heavens above…Jill

  2. Good morning, I was so sorry to hear about Linda’s passing. I met Linda in our CMA classes at U of C and we became friends. I lost touch with her after she got married and moved to Tennessee. I admired Linda’s love of life, enthusiasm and optimism. I hope Gavin is coping and has people around him in Tennessee who love him.

  3. Robert Coker says:

    I praise the living God that He allowed me to be close to Linda the last few weeks of her life. She was a beautiful and gentle lady, a soldier in the army of God, and a dear, precious friend. The world is certainly less now that our sister has been called home, but the kingdom of heaven has one more golden voice to sing the praises of Jesus Christ for eternity. No matter the adversity she faced here on this planet, Linda Mae trusted God for His perfect will for her life. I too will trust Jesus Christ for my life. I wil not say goodbye to her, for i know that i will see her again as we sing joyful songs to God for eternity. As you read this, i pray that you too will come to surrender to Jesus Christ as your Savior also.

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