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Marjorie "Marnie" Conway Miller

Died: January 31, 2017

Marjorie “”Marnie”” Conway Miller passed away in Baton Rouge on January 31, 2017, just shy of her 96th birthday. She was born on April 19, 1921 in Kansas City, Kansas. She met the love of her life, her late husband Dr. David S. Miller, when he was serving in the U.S. Navy during WWII and after the war they settled in B…read more

Marjorie “”Marnie”” Conway Miller passed away in Baton Rouge on January 31, 2017, just shy of her 96th birthday. She was born on April 19, 1921 in Kansas City, Kansas. She met the love of her life, her late husband Dr. David S. Miller, when he was serving in the U.S. Navy during WWII and after the war they settled in Baton Rouge where he practiced medicine for more than fifty years. She is survived by her three sons, David M. Miller, (Meadville, MS), John C. “”Jack”” Miller and wife Susan (Baton Rouge), and Robert P. “”Robbie”” Miller and wife Bobbi (Baton Rouge); her grandchildren, David “”Dude”” Miller (Knoxville, TN), Katherine Miller Carmody, (Shreveport, LA), Elizabeth A. Miller, (Shreveport, LA), Granton A. Miller, (Baton Rouge), Bradley C. Miller, (Houston, TX), Anne C. Miller, (Baton Rouge), and Deltyn Miller, (Slidell, LA); and four great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents Margaret B. and John J. Conway, her husband Dr. David S. Miller, and a great grandchild Frederick Carmody. She was a devoted parishioner of St. Aloysius Catholic Church and a diehard LSU Baseball fan. She was a prior member of the Decorator’s Club, The Harness Club, The Junior League of Baton Rouge, and the Baton Rouge Country Club. The family wishes to express its deep appreciation to her personal and devoted caregiver Daisy Hunt, her dedicated employee and loyal friend of many years Charles Guidroz, and for the loving care given to her by the staff of Sunrise Assisted Living Center on Siegen Lane and by The Hospice of Baton Rouge. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The Hospice of Baton Rouge, St. Aloysius or St. Agnes Catholic Church or a charity of choice. The Dr. Seuss expression “”Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened”” applies to the joy Marjorie brought to her friends and family during her long and fruitful life. A private memorial service was held for immediate family.

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