William L Miller
© THE INDIAN JOURNAL, Eufaula, OK
Thursday, Feb 1, 2001
Submitted by: Annajo Cantrell Limore
William Miller was born March 12, 1933 in Hitchita, OK, to Raymond and Bertha (Schatt) Miller. He married Maxine Crawford on Jan. 10, 1959 in Poteau, OK, and passed away Jan 22, 2001.
Services were Jan 25, 2001 at Lackey Cemetery in Hitchita, OK under the direction of Shurden Funeral Home.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and a nephew, Jimmy Ray Hawkins.
Survivors include his wife; son and daughter-in-law, Billy Edward and Brenda K Miller of Hitchita; daughters, Brenda L. Williams and Roger of Council Hill, OK, Gail King and Joe of Hitchita; sister, Betty Ray Brown of Hitchita; grandchildren, Terry Jimboy of Hitchita, Jodie Simmons of Morris, Brent Williams of Council Hill, Blake Miller of Hitchita; three step-grandchildren, Karen Williams of Tulsa, OK, Brandi and Nolen King of Wilson, OK; seven great-grandchildren, Tadd, Ty, Kaleb, Star, Riley, Ray, and Karrington.
Note: William served in the US Army during the Korean Conflict.
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