Margaretta Edith Miller

16 marzo , 192216 julio , 2021

Margaretta Edith Miller passed away on Friday, July 16, 2021, at age of 99. She was preceded in death by her husband Guy Gage Miller Jr, Parents John and Margaret Winslow, Sisters, Clara Rudder and Leah Seacord, Brother Glenn Winslow and son-in-law Ray Wilson. She is survived by son Guy Gage Miller III and wife JoAnn, and daughter Judy Wilson, 5 grandchildren and spouses, 14 great grandchildren and 8 great great grandchildren. A graveside visitation will be held Tuesday, July 20, 2021, from 10:00AM - 11:00AM at the Earthman Memory Gardens Cemetery Pavilion, Baytown, Texas. A graveside service will be held following at 11:00AM under the guidance of Preacher Joseph Casimier.

“My Wife” You’re a Masterpiece of Jesus, an Angel here on Earth, The Savior surely blessed you, when your Mother gave you birth. There is not another like you, there’s not one to compare, You’re a Masterpiece of Jesus, the one He made with care. When Jesus went to make you, He surely did His best, Cause you’re a Masterpiece of Jesus, you're better than the rest. He must have plucked two shining stars, from each He made an eye, Because they are always lovely, even when you cry. He took two dewey rose buds, from these He made your lips, You’re a Masterpiece of Jesus, from foot to finger tips. He took the smoothest of all clay, to form you, that I know, You’re just a perfect Angel, cause Jesus made you so. Your hair is always fragrant, like the rose’s in the Spring, Your voice is soft and chanting, and happiness you bring. I surely am a lucky guy, to have you for my wife, Cause you’re a Masterpiece of Jesus, and I’ll guard you with my life! - Love Gage


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Debra Ridgeway

20 julio , 2021

Aunt Edith was truly a blessing to me and those who knew her. When her sister Leah (my mother) died she reached out to me and was such a comfort for me. I was blessed to live within driving time of her and was able to visit. She loved the Lord and I never heard her complain or say a bad word about anyone. In this world that is rare. I know the angels were there to greet her along with our Lord Jesus. I will always remember you my sweet Aunt and the life you led was such an example to those around you. I love you. Until we meet again. Your niece, Debra