February 25, 1957 – November 7, 2020
Berdia Miller was born and raised in Stockton CA area. She received her Christian Foundation at Power House Mission Church of God in Christ. She was educated in the Stockton Unified School District and graduated with honors from Edison High School in 1975.
Soon after graduation, she married Dennis Dean Miller in September of 1975. She supported her husband’s military career while being stationed overseas and stateside for many years. While maintaining her certification and practicing her own career as a nurse.
She returned to Stockton CA and joined her husbands family in service to the Lord here at Community Baptist Church during her adult life.
She was a dedicated mother 1st and foremost, giving birth to Dennis Dean Miller Jr. in 1977, she and her husband adopted daughters Mahogany Miller, Shy’Brea Miller, and Sons Nathaniel Miller, and Marcus Miller. She raised daughter Zaqueria Perryman through guardianship. She fostered many and was mother figure to many more.
She was proceeded in death by her Mother Jessie Smith and her “Pops” Albert Smith. She leaves to mourn her Husband Dennis Miller, Her children Dennis Miller Jr.(Chrysta), Nathaniel Miller, Marcus Miller, Mahogany Miller, Shy’Brea Miller, Zaqueria Perryman, Her Sisters Wanda Edmon, Donna Boner(Nathan), Joy Jordan (Paris), 15 Grandchildren, A Goddaughter, and A host of nieces and nephews and many many friends.
- Joseph Richardson, Pallbearer
- Devon Lee, Pallbearer
- Dennis Miller III, Pallbearer
- Davanti Miller, Pallbearer
- Johnny Miles, Pallbearer
- Nathaniel Miller, Pallbearer
- Dareion Miller, Pallbearer
- Daryuis Victor, Pallbearer
- Marcus Miller, Honourary Pallbearer
- Dennis Miller, Honourary Pallbearer
- Dez Miller, Honourary Pallbearer
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
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Tuesday, November 24, 2020
November 11, 2020
I met Berdia in my teenage years and she instantly became a 2nd mother to me. I have so many fond memories of her and her beautiful spirit. Spending the night at her house, laughing, cooking, and getting the best advice that money couldn’t buy. I will miss her infectious laugh and her sense of humor. We shared so many great times with one another and she always accepted me into her family. I feel blessed to have known her and thank God for placing her in my life. Rest in paradise Mom. I’ll always love you.