Naomi Virginia Miller, age 96, of Brodhead, handed away Dec. 29, 2020, on the Monroe Clinic Hospice Dwelling in Monroe, Wisconsin.
Naomi was born Aug. 21, 1924, the daughter of Herman and Helen (Kelly) Krueger.
When Naomi was younger, her mom was ailing and her father was unable to take care of his kids, so the household separated and members have been despatched to dwell with others. From seventh grade on, Naomi lived with the Leo and Katherine Norton household of Juda. She attended a number of grade colleges and graduated from Juda Excessive Faculty. She was Juda’s first promenade queen and was a cheerleader. She married Oliver Miller on Jan. 18, 1947, and he handed away on Sept. 26, 2017. They farmed outdoors of Brodhead.
Naomi saved lively engaged on the household farm. She was a member of St. Rose Catholic Church. Whereas her kids have been at school, she was a member of the Brodhead Sports activities and Music Boosters. She was a really lively member of AMPI Ladies, St. Rose Altar Society, Farm Bureau Ladies and was normal chief of Spring Grove 4-H for a few years. She favored to bowl, knit and crochet. She cherished to backyard, had lovely flower beds and loved feeding and watching the birds. She was named Farm Bureau Lady of the 12 months in 1990. She was a beautiful prepare dinner and baked lots of of pies, together with different baked items, for various organizations to promote through the years. The freezer was at all times stocked with a wide range of cookies so everybody may have their favourite. Her pickles can’t be duplicated! She loved selling dairy merchandise and promoting ice cream cones on the Inexperienced County Truthful.
However at the beginning, she was a powerful supporter of her household, placing them, their wants and happiness earlier than herself and supporting the whole lot they have been concerned in.
Naomi is survived by her six kids, Ann Thornton, Steven (Heidi) Miller, Dennis (Kelly) Miller, Debra (James) Huffman, all of Brodhead, David Miller of Florida and Daniel Miller (Kathleen) of Monroe; grandchildren, Eric Thornton, Sam Huffman, Holly Walker, Religion Edwards, Steve Miller, Ben Miller, Paul Huffman, Amanda Miller, Marissa Worzella, Justin Miller and Ryan Miller; nice grandchildren, Danielle, Ashley, Cory, Stacy, Jacob, Sean, Dane, Garrett, Oliver, Nolan, Nadeli, Owen, Henry, Marlie and Addison; nice nice grandchildren, Layla, Talia, Isabella, Julian and Olivia; a brother, Roger Norton, of Oconomowoc; a sister-in-law, Rosemary Norton, of Morris Illinois; a sister-in-law, Maxine Moran, of Alpena, Michigan, and a brother-in-law, City Miller, of Janesville, Wisconsin.
Naomi was preceded in dying by her mother and father, her husband, Oliver, in 2017; a grandson, Patrick Thornton; a son-in-law, Eric Thornton; siblings, Lucille Babler, Helen Kundert, Max and Virgil Krueger and John and Invoice Norton.
In lieu of flowers, memorials could be despatched to the Brodhead EMS, White Present of Brodhead or Monroe Clinic Hospice Dwelling in her reminiscence.
Non-public household companies might be held with burial on the Greenwood Cemetery. The DL Newcomer Funeral Dwelling in Brodhead is helping the household, www.dlnewcomerfuneralhome.com, 608-897-2484.