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In Loving Memory


Anne Louise Miller

Born in Howard Township, Ontario

March 24, 1933

Died in Sarnia, Ontario

January 30, 2019

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Obituary Announcement

Miller, Anne Louise

Anne passed away peacefully, surrounded by love, on Wednesday January 30, 2019 at St Joseph’s Hospice in Sarnia, at the age of 85. Anne was the beloved wife of Donald for 62 years. Loving mother of Jane and her husband Eric, and Dave and his wife Trudy. Cherished Grams of Shannon (Adam), and Granny of Heather and Laura (Marco), and great Gramma of Charlotte, Caitlyn, and June. Anne will be missed by her sister-in-law Pat Alexander, and several nephews and a niece, and her cat Abby. Anne was predeceased by her brother Bill, and sisters Beth and Jean. Anne had many friends from her association with Parker Street United Church, Girl Guides of Canada, the Trefoil Guild, and the Village on the St. Clair. A heartfelt thanks to the staff and volunteers at St Joseph’s Hospice for their compassionate care and support for Anne and her family. Cremation has taken place. Friends will be received at the McCormack Funeral Home – Stewart Chapel, 254 George Street (at College Avenue) for memorial visitation on Wednesday February 6 from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. A Celebration of Anne’s Life will take place on Thursday February 7 at McCormack Funeral Home at 1 pm. Services officiated by her cousin Rev. Annalee Kerr. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Anne’s Guestbook” at In lieu of flowers, donations to the Sarnia Humane Society or St Joseph’s Hospice would be appreciated.



Wednesday February 6, 2019

McCormack Funeral Home

2-4 & 7-9 pm.

Celebration of Life

Thursday February 7, 2019

McCormack Funeral Home

1 pm



Lakeview Crematorium.


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Sorry for your loss. Anne was a wonderful person. I didn't spend much time with her because I lived in Quebec till I went to university. I did spend a couple of weeks in Sarnia to do some practice teaching. Anne and Don graciously put me up. Later after I was married, living in Lower Sackville N.S., Anne and some of her Trefoil Guild Guider friends came to visit the Halifax area. I was glad I could guide them around to the sites such as Peggy's Cove. We had a wonderful time eating at a seafood restaurant in Lunenburg. If it wasn't for Annalee Kerr, I would not have been aware of Anne's condition in her later life. So thanks to Annalee for keeping me up to date. I would love to meet David and Jane if ever the opportunity arises. Best wishes at this difficult time. Keep your memories of Anne close to your heart. Sincerely, Karen Ward, daughter of Harry and Lois Collins.

Karen Ward

We are so very sorry to hear of Anne's death. She was a special true friend to us in so many different ways. Church, Guiding, pets and other ways found us connecting often over the years. Anne will always remain dear to us and remembered with love. She will be missed.

John & Karen Cooke

Dave, Trudy, Heather, Laura, Jane and Family, Brown Owl, Mrs. Miller but I could never call you Anne. You influenced the course of my life and gave me a good friend. I am happy that we were able to reconnect and that I could call you friend. "I have gone home." ~terri

Terri Shobbrook

I am truly saddened to hear of your mother, my Aunt passing away

rick alexander

We give praise and thanksgiving to God for the life of Anne and for all those she touched during her life on earth. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time of loss. Maureen and Patricia Constable Members of the 1st London Trefoil Guild

Maureen Constable

It was a Honor to have met and taken care of your mom


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