OBITUARY

Vicki L Miller

July 15, 1952May 30, 2021

Vicki L. Miller, born July 15, 1952, passed away on May 30, 2021 after a brutal 18 months with Sarcoma. She loved her family deeply and is survived by her husband of 44 years, Harry, her loving children, Andrew and Melissa, her brother Mark and his wife Mindy, niece, nephews, and many cherished friends. Vicki got both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Brooklyn College and was a high school math teacher in Brooklyn before moving to Manalapan, New Jersey where she became a stay at home mom and never missed a day of helping with homework, attending a school event, or lovingly nagging her family. She fundraised for many charities and one of her favorite annual activities was volunteering for Kindergarten registration in Manalapan. She enjoyed playing Mah Jong, lunches with friends, watching The Home Shopping Network, eating ice cream, visiting her kids in the city, walking near the beach, and making sure TJ Maxx had nothing left it in at the end of the day. She will be missed every second of every day. Donations can be made to Cycle For Survival or Make a Wish.

A Graveside Service for Vicki will be held Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at 12:30 PM at Beth Israel Cemetery, 1098 Woodbridge Center Drive, Woodbridge, New Jersey.

The period of Mourning will be observed at the residence on Wednesday following the burial until 9:00 PM and Thursday from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Minyan will both days at 7:30PM.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.bloomfieldcoopermanalapan.com for the Miller family.

  • FAMILY

  • Harry Miller, Husband
  • Melissa Miller, Daughter
  • Andrew Miller, Son
  • Mark Mirsky, Brother
  • DONATIONS

  • Cycle for Survival
  • Make a Wish Foundation

Services

  • Graveside Services

    Wednesday, June 2, 2021

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