Ann Marie Miller Passed away on her birthday August 6, 2005 at age 81. She was born Anna Marie Nicolaci August 6, 1924 in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was married for 49 years to Homer S. Miller who passed in 1996. The couple moved to California in 1952 and resided for over 25 years in Bodger Park, Hawthorne and retired to San Rafael mobile home park in Lomita. "Annie" worked for over 20 years as an Executive Chef at Standard Brands Paint Corporation. She is celebrated by her four children and their spouses, Doug (Charlynn) Miller, Gary (Liane) Miller, (Mike) Donna Liebig, David (Nancy) Miller, and ten grand children. Family and friends to share Mass at St. Lawrence Martyr Church 1900 S. Prospect Ave. Redondo Beach, August 15, 2005 at 10:00 A.M. A reception will follow. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to the Alzheimer's Association at 5900 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1100, Los Angeles, CA 90036 or call (323) 938-3379

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  1. My name is Muriel White and I lived at San Rafael Mobile Home Park and was a good friend of both Ann and Homer. We were at the Club house at many parties, went on cruises and visited at each other’s homes. When I was President of the Social Club your mother was the kitchen chairperson for the events that we had as she loved to work in the kitchen and was the best that ever did the job. She was a lovely and caring person, always willing to help and be there to do whatever was needed to be done. She was missed when she left the park to live with her daughter. I’m sorry that I did not keep in touch but I had surgery last October then had 2 strokes so that I am now in a living assisted home in Camarillo where I am doing very well. I still read the Daily Breeze on the computer every day so that’s why I saw about dear Ann’s passing. I want to offer my deepest sympathy sentiments to all of her children and grandchildren as she loved you all deeply but at least she is in my prayers and thoughts at this time.

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