Edita Louise Miller

October 13, 1942December 26, 2018

Edita L. Miller (Kilinski), 76 of Grand Rapids, MI and Maple City, MI passed away Wednesday, December 26 and rejoined the love of her life Roger. Dita was born October 13, 1942 to Aloise and Lillian Kilinski. She married Roger Miller from Grand Rapids, MI. They shared their life and love together for 46 years until Roger passed in 2009. Dita was a loving, energetic, spunky wife, Mom, sister, aunt, and friend. She really loved her boys. Dita is survived by Chris Miller, Robert (Lynn) Miller, Tim Miller, and grandsons Chad and Jake Miller, also her brother Albert (Judy) Kilinski, many cousins, nieces, nephews, many dear friends as well as her beloved “Pretty Kitty”. Dita is preceded in death by her husband Roger and both her parents, Brother Art Kilinski, and Sister Joan Sassin. As per Dita’s wishes she has donated her body to the University of Michigan for scientific research. Donations in Dita’s name can be made to the University of Michigan and the Humane Society. Arrangements entrusted to Covell Funeral Home Traverse City.


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Connie Krueger

December 30, 2018

Aunt Dita was a very special lady. She was kind, funny, intelligent & down to earth. She will be missed by everyone!

Kimberly Van Holstyn

December 29, 2018

It was a pleasure to have met and been a part of her life. She was a fantastic lady that we all will miss dearly. Sincere condolences to all of her loved ones. Until we meet again in Heaven, may you find peace and comfort in each other. ❤🙏🏼
I'm including the last photo I have of her (and her family) from Christmas 2016.💕

John Sassin

December 28, 2018

When we needed a kind face and an open arm she was there. When we needed a fighter in our corner she stepped up. When we needed a laugh and a smile she provided it. She was our spunky Aunt and best friend. Will miss you so much. Your love will live on through your three boys and their lives.

Annette Mercatante

December 28, 2018

Missing you already Auntie.