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Weed Corley Fish Funeral Homes and Cremation Services

411 Ranch Road 620 South, Lakeway, TX

OBITUARY

Claylia Miller

January 29, 1945January 6, 2020

Claylia Miller was born on January 29, 1945 and passed away on January 6, 2020.

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Bobbi Price

January 9, 2020

I have been trying to really put into words Claylia and her beautiful life. One of the most amazing things about her was her humble heart. I knew her several years before I had any idea of the work that she did every day! She did not seem to mind that few people were aware of the magnitude of her ministry to God’s lost and often forgotten. Her days were marked by faithfulness and obedience to God. We know that God remembers every thing, large and small, and will reward her openly!

I will forever be thankful for the privilege of our paths crossing in this life.

May God continue to bring fruit and bless the seeds Claylia has planted. I am grateful for the legacy that lives on in the Miller family.

Praying and believing that the God of comfort will bring His beautiful peace to every broken heart.

I love you all!
Bobbi

Derek Lee

January 9, 2020

Claylia was such a beautiful woman of God and was very dear to my heart. With my own mom living far away, Claylia became like a second mother to me, especially when I was going through a very difficult season of my life several years ago. I fondly remember all the Saturday lunches I enjoyed with her and the rest of the Miller family during that time, as she embraced me as her own. And when my mom wasn’t able to to make it to Tina’s and my wedding due to health issues, Claylia stood in for my mom at the wedding...and it meant the world to me! I loved her dearly and will miss her greatly. So glad to know she is enjoying the fullness of life with Christ in heaven now!

Penny Leisch

January 9, 2020

Claylia holds a special place in my heart. She was a true friend, a gentle soul, a loving spirit, and a strong woman. Her strength healed many lives, and the loss is felt deeply.

This wonderful lady taught me so much about our new home in Texas when we moved here in 2006. She took us to our first Texas BBQ and shared plants for my garden. Always the helper and counselor, she also reached out when we had a crisis with a family member. She was always there for everyone.

We shared laughter, tears, dinners, and coffee, as couples and neighbors. We also leaned on each other in those moments one can only share when there is total trust between two friends.