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Ellis County Obituary
Harmon Cemetery

aka Fairview aka Highland aka Highland Fairview

© Shaw-Redinger Funeral Home
(permission granted)
Submitted by: Ann Weber


February 15, 1951 - December 27, 2017

Juanita Alice (Ramirez) Miller was born on February 15, 1951, in Amarillo, Texas, to John and Patsy (Gill) Ramirez. Juanita was the oldest to one brother, Tony, and three sisters, Yvonne, Brenda and Trisha. She went to school in Amarillo until her sophomore year, when she then attended Higgins High School and graduated with the class of 1969.

On June 6, 1969 she married the love of her life, John Paul Miller, in the Arnett Christian Church parsonage. Juanita took on the role of being a good rancher’s wife as they made their home south of Harmon, on the family ranch. John and Juanita were blessed with four children, John Paul, Jr., Jatonna Patrice, Juddena Patience, and Judd Peyton. Juanita’s first priority was taking care of her family and raising her kids.

Juanita was very talented and loved to sew, do crafts and painted paintings-selling many of them. On June 16, 1988 they lost their eight year old son, Judd, but Juanita’s faith and love shined through. Her caring personality and love for people allowed her to be a successful saleswoman of many things, including Amway, candles and insurance---and because she was passionate--she was good at it. Then in 1990, her true calling began-Juanita became a GRANDMA, and boy, was she good at this. She was loving, caring, always listening and always supportive. Grandma took her role of spoiling very serious, she would cook for them, buy them gifts, send cards, attend ballgames and stock shows--and again, cook for them. Every single time you left her, she always said, “Luv ya”.

Juanita knew Jesus Christ was her Lord and Savior and on October 7, 2007, making for an extra special day, was baptized at the same time as her grandson, Jacob. She was a prayer warrior and constantly prayed for family and friends. When she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, her faith and love were shining again. She always had the best attitude. Just talking to her, you would not know she was sick. Juanita handled every obstacle with such grace. She always said, “God has got this!” Juanita made many friends that were going through the same thing. Juanita passed away on December 27, 2017, at the age of 66, with God and the angels rejoicing as she was reunited with her son, Judd Peyton.

She was also preceded in death by her parents John and Patsy Ramirez, sister Brenda Range, and in-laws R.C. and Rose Miller.

Left to carry on her legacy are her husband, John Miller, Sr. of the home; children, John and Amy Miller of Arnett, OK, Jatonna and Todd Mason of Vici, OK and Juddena and Jeff Lanham of Arnett, OK. Grandchildren Sarah and Evin Welty, Corey Miller and fiance Blair, Jacob Miller all of Arnett, OK; Chris Mason of Sioux Falls, SD, Weston Mason of Mooreland, OK, Hannah Mason and Judd Mason, both of Vici, OK; Heather Kilgore of Arnett, OK, Justice Lanham of Woodward, OK, Sydney Kilgore of Benbrook, TX, Kenyon Lanham of Woodward, OK, Braydon Miller of Arnett, OK. Two precious great grandbabies, Cash Welty and Paizlee Collins. Brother, Tony Ramirez, Diboll, TX; sister, Yvonne Taylor, Higgins, TX; sister, Trisha and Allen Baker, Higgins, TX; brother-in-law, Raymond Range, Jr.; sister-in-law, Beverly Keller, Arnett, OK; brother-in-law, James Call, Raymondville, TX; brother-in-law, Tom and Judy Call Biloxi, MS; brother-in-law, Mark and Barbara Miller, Gladewater, TX and many nieces, nephews, other family and many friends.

Funeral Service
Saturday, December 30, 2017
10:00 AM
First Baptist Church
Arnett, OK
Burial following service at Harmon Cemetery in Harmon, OK

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