October 25, 1924 – May 6, 2020
Rose Miller (Bohl) Born October 25, 1924 in Flasher, ND to Jacob and Wilhelmina Bohl (Paul). She married Anton Miller on September 8, 1945 in Grand Island, NE. Within their 62-year marriage, they made the move to Washington State where they began to raise their family. Rose was a homemaker until her children became school age and then went to work at Del Monte until she retired. Rose and Tony were devout Catholics and attended Holy Family Church. Her greatest joys in life were her family and her gardens. Some of the family’s favorite memories include sitting around the dining room table with sugar snacks and drinks while listening to stories about growing up on the farm in North Dakota and walking around her beautiful yard, admiring all of her roses and how effortless she made it all look. Her home was a second home to all of her grandkids, where many childhood memories took place and will be cherished forever. After Tony passed in 2007, Rose went to live at Orchard Park with her granddaughter Anna Rose where she received great love and care. The care that she received for the next 5 years was beyond remarkable. She was never without the love and affection that she needed as the years passed by and Anna did it all without hesitation. There are no words to express to our daughter, sister, niece, and granddaughter Anna, how much this has truly impacted our family. You loved her with your whole heart and that will never go unnoticed. Your sincerity and devotion to her is worth more than a Thank You. Survivors include her daughter Linda (Jon) Ison, her son Richard (Cindy) Miller, all of Yakima, 9 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband Anton and their son Darrell along with 13 brothers and sister. She will be greatly missed. A private Graveside Service will be held at Calvary Cemetery.
- Survivors include her daughter Linda (Jon) Ison, her son Richard (Cindy) Miller, all of Yakima, 9 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.
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May 15, 2020
Rest in peace Aunt Rose. Thank you for giving me great childhood memories playing with your little girl Linda. We had so much fun. You were a great cook and a wonderful wife and mom. I know how much you loved babies and young children. I remember when my first born Rachel came to visit my mom and you babysat her while she and I had a nice dinner together. I remember how happy you were to hold her in your arms. You will be missed!