MILLER EDNA LILIAN 1930 - 2019 Loved by all of her family. Wife of Don (dec), mother to Michael (dec), Barbara and Kaye. Grandmother to Christy, Pete, Mandy, Pippa, Tom, Connie and Harry. Great Grandmother to Matthew and James. In-law to Robyn, Bruno, Stephenie and Catherine.
Such an amazing, strong, resilient woman. You will be deeply missed. Edna (Lilian) requested no funeral. We would like you to join us for refreshments from 11am Saturday 14 at her home in Cottesloe.
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Our deepest sympathy to Edna's family. We have many happy memories of family gatherings in years gone by (especially Edna's meat pies). Cousin to all the late Fred Minchams family. A lovely lady at rest.
Edna was just such a lovely person, we will miss her terribly. Our love and deepest sympathy to Kaye, Barbara and families at this sad time.
Bev and Eric
MILLER EDNA Edna was always caring, honest, funny, full of energy and was a huge influence in our development when we were children. She will always be remembered with great fondness. Deepest sympathy to Barbara, Kaye and families. Kelly, Michael (dec), Joey, Claire and John O'Grady.
MILLER Edna (Lilian):
For nearly 40 years Edna has been a very special and highly valued part of our family. We enjoyed her wicked sense of humour and will always appreciate her role in mentoring our sons Chris and Pete.
Edna adored all her family and we extend our love and sympathy to them all. Thank you for letting Edna be part of our lives and she will remain in our hearts forever.
Linden and Ross Easton
MILLER EDNA Sincerest condolences to the Miller family on the recent passing of Edna. Edna has been a hugely important part of our lives and amongst many roles and attributes was ultimately a great friend. Edna had a unique ability to identify and celebrate people's abilities and shortcomings with great jest and sincerity. Our family has been a fortunate benefactor of her humour and company over the preceding 35 plus years from which we have many great memories. She will be sorely missed but always celebrated.
Chris and Peter Easton.