Fannie Louise Miles

April 6, 1929January 20, 2019

Louise Miles passed away on January 20, 2019 in Nashville, TN at the age of 89. She is preceded in death by her parents Horace Edward Miles and Louise Edmondson Miles, sister Robena Ross and brother Dale Miles. She is survived by her sister Nellie Killebrew and niece Dianne Killebrew, Nashville, TN. She is also survived by nieces and nephews: Rosalynn Kennedy, Atlanta, GA; Reneta Gilliland, Franklin TN; Randall Ross, Nashville, TN; Robert Ross, Frankfurt, Germany; Debbie Carroll, Spring Hill, TN, Denise Reeves, Pleasant View, TN and Chris Merritt, Franklin, TN. Louise graduated from Hillsboro High School and David Lipscomb College. She retired from VA Medical Center in Nashville after 32 years of service. She was a charter member of Saint Paul Southern Methodist Church where she taught children’s classes for 30 years. Many of her former students and their parents are cherished friends. She attended First Southern Methodist Church. A Memorial Service will be held at two o’clock on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019 with visitation to follow at First Southern Methodist Church, 4409 Colorado Avenue, Nashville, TN 37209. In lieu of flowers, send memorial gifts to First Southern Methodist Church. Visit the online obituary:


  • Memorial Service Sunday, January 27, 2019
  • Gathering of Family and Friends Sunday, January 27, 2019

Fannie Louise Miles

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Doris Young

January 27, 2019

In remembrance of our very sweet cousin
Louise Miles. Our mothers were sisters and we truly cherish our memories when we visited Louise and her family. They were all very gracious and showed us true southern hospitality. I learned candle making from Louise and her sister,
Nellie and made dozens of candles last month with my grandkids, telling them all about their heritage and Tennessee relatives. We remember Louise and her family always happy, laughing and also teasing each other as loving sisters. We feel so blessed to have wonderful memories of Louise and her family and we treasure the times we were with them. Blessings to her family and friends.
We love you.


January 26, 2019

This is one of the kindest, sweetest ladies I have ever come to know. She was such a dear friend in years gone by. I just recently ran into her, so glad we were able to reconnect after several years had gone by. I cherish the recent visit we had together. Goodbye sweet lady! My thoughts and prayers are with you now Dianne, you were so blessed to have such a sweet and caring Aunt. My love to you and your mom!

Lillian Tice

January 26, 2019

Fannie was a very special lady. She held herself to the highest standard of integrity. She was a perfectionist and had a reason for everything she did. She was so thoughtful and caring and extremely patient. She especially loved making small crafts for her Sunday School class of young children. She was a wonderful Christian lady and an example to follow.