YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – Ms. Jennifer Annette Miller 65, of Youngstown, Ohio transitioned to her Heavenly home on Tuesday, August 29, 2023 at St Elizabeth Health Center.
She was born on August 22, 1958 daughter of Rempson and Mary Coretha Miller.
She attended The Rayen High School.
Jennifer was affectionately known to her family and friends as Jenny. Jenny enjoyed riding and listening to music. She loved going to the park and enjoying nature. She had a passion for cleaning.
Jenny loved going to Sunday Service with her sister, Dorothy and they attended Bible Study on Wednesdays at New Zion Baptist Church in Spindale North Carolina.
She loved her family.
She was employed as a nurse’s aide at several hospitals from the 1980s until she retired in 2021 from St. Elizabeth Health Center.
Jenny leaves to cherish her memories forever and always, her children, Damon (Renata) Miller and Eddie (Misty) Barnes of Youngstown, Ohio; sisters, Dorothy (Charles) Carson of Spindale, North Carolina and Rachel (William) James of Atlanta, Georgia; special cousins that she was reared with, Derrick (Deborah) Logan and Geraldine Allen, both of Youngstown, Ohio, Jodean (Juanita) Logan of Cleveland, Ohio and Pamela (Timothy) Barnes of Charlotte, North Carolina and sister-in-law, Kay Miller of Morgantown, North Carolina. She also leaves 16 grandchildren, six bonus grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; as well as a host of cousins, friends, nieces, nephews and was particularly close to her niece, Dericia (Abdul) Lateef and nephew, Michael Miller.
Jennifer was welcomed at Heaven’s gates by her parents; her daughter, Jamika Nicole Barnes; a special aunt, Hazel Wilson who reared her; brother, Donald Miller; sister, Deborah Francis; her fiancé, Lee Poindexter, Sr.; stepsons, Eric Abron and Arron Clinkscale; grandson, Jason Cole, Jr. and cousin, Cynthia Burton.
Funeral service will be 12:00 Noon, Thursday, September 7, 2023 at Zionhill Baptist Church. Friends may call from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon prior to the service.
F. D. Mason Memorial Funeral Home was given the honor to serve the family during their time of bereavement.