Mia Howard

March 6, 1964January 4, 2020

Mia Howard, 55 of LaGrange, peacefully passed away with her family at her side on January 4, 2020. She was a longtime resident of Cedar Lake lodge. Mia is survived by her loving mother, Lola Howard. She is also survived by her brother Worth Howard. A memorial service to celebrate Mia’s life will be conducted at 2pm on Sunday, January 12, 2020 at St. John Lutheran Church 901 Breckenridge Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40207. Expressions of sympathy may be made to: Cedar Lake Lodge, 3301 Jericho Road, LaGrange, Kentucky 40031


  • Cedar Lake Lodge


  • Celebration of Mia's Life Sunday, January 12, 2020


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Pat Willbur

January 11, 2020

Sweet Mia ALWAYS had a smile & was a bright light among the residents @ CLL. We enjoyed seeing her when we visited our Marci. Now Mia & Marci can enjoy each other’s friendship once again❤️ May your Family be filled with HIS Comfort & Peace at this difficult time & may the beautiful Memories of Times with Mia fill your souls.

Dorthy Quinlan

January 10, 2020

Mia and I shared a lot of good times. She always had a beautiful smile and I always got a big hug. May God's love and peace surround her wonderful Mother and brother at this very difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Dorthy Quinlan (Retired CLL nurse)

Wanda Smith

January 10, 2020

I loved Mia! She would greet me when I walked in as Kim's mom. Kim loved her to. I am so sorry Lola and know you will be lost but we had another angel in Heaven. God bless you and I will be praying for you during this time.

Natasha Roberts

January 9, 2020

Hey Lola I am sorry about Mia and you are in my prayers. I’m with you, friend.

Amy Lawler

January 8, 2020

You are my sunshine. We will miss you very much, but we are also so happy that you are in the loving, secure arms of God. Prayers for Lola Howard, Worth Howard and the family. We love you Mia.

Amy Lawler

January 8, 2020

We will miss you Mia. You are a beautiful special angel; someone I am blessed to call you my friend . Love you

Tara Clark

January 8, 2020

I met Mia during my first or second week at Cedar Lake. We sat and talked about some of her joy in life, and some of her loss. What struck me was how her sweetness and sharp wit existed in perfect balance. I think the world of Mia and her mother, Lola. Lola, did you know Mia and I joked about her getting a temporary tattoo and temporary purple color in her hair before you visited for a family day? She was a funny, sweet woman!

Stephanie Nutter

January 8, 2020

I know Mia had a few "buttercups" in her life, and I am so happy that I was one of them. I will never forget her infectious laugh, her goofy socks, or the compassion she had for others. She was one-of-a-kind and one of the sweetest (yet sassiest) ladies I have ever known. I am so grateful for our times together from the little things like singing karaoke and doing manicures to the big events like when she attended my wedding. I am going to miss this beautiful soul, but I will forever cherish our wonderful memories!

Lynn Wilkerson

January 8, 2020

Kristy will miss Mia terribly. They were like sisters; loved each other one minute, fighting the next. The house is very quiet.

Billie Downey

January 8, 2020

Mia was my sunshine and the sunshine song was our song , Linda (buutercup) as Mia called her could be doing the same thing and Mia would tell Linda (buttercup) that she was wrong every time , Mia always had my back , Mia will always be my sunshine and one of my Angel's watching over me