Eleanor Moore Miller

Reflections of Eleanor

Eleanor (Moore) Miller was born in Atlanta, Georgia to the late Norman and Ilonia Moore on April 22, 1933. She attended Atlanta Public School System and Columbus State Community College.
She worked for several companies in Atlanta, Georgia, Columbus Public School System and Ohio State University.
Eleanor M. Miller was united in marriage to Alfred J. Miller Sr. on May 29, 1967. They had 2 children, Alfred (Poochie) Miller, Alfreda (T. Ray) Miller.
Eleanor was the 2nd of 10 children. She was proceeded in death by her sister Mildred and brothers James, William and Norman Jr. She leaves to cherish in her memory her loving Husband Alfred Sr., children Alfred and Alfreda, sisters Irene (James) Marble, Eloise Hancock, Mattie Williamson, Louise Major, Ilonia Phillips; her grandchildren Tyisha, Taliah, Tyrone, Tajia, Ricardo, Tonia and Corey (deceased), four great-grandchildren and four Step children, nieces, nephews, cousins.

Thank God for all who knew Eleanor. Praise God who loves her best!!!

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Condolence Messages

  1. To Alfreda and family; our prayers are with you. God is forever present to meet your needs, sustain & comfort. Be blessed.

  2. Carolee Spencer :

    May God comfort you in your loss until you are reunited. Your memories of the wonderful blessing she was in your life will be with you always.

  3. Freda,

    My prayers are with you and your family during this time. Be encouraged knowing your mother is in the hands of God Almighty.

    David Bennett

  4. Rest in peace Mother,
    don't worry no more.
    No more truimphs, struggles or pains,
    Just happiness, peace and God glorious gains.
    Your Journey is through cuz you made it home,
    keep watch over us until we meet again.
    Love-Al,Alfred, Alfreda, Tajia, Tyrone, Ricardo and all from Atlanta.

  5. Alfreda and Family,

    Your mother is a wonderful woman of God. May your memories bring comfort to your heart and peace to your spirit. Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted. Please know that you are in my prayers.

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