Alice Anne Miller

  • Died: June 2017
  • Location: Pennsylvania

Tribute & Message From The Family

Alice passed away in June 2017.

Alice was a resident of Pennsylvania.

Alice graduated from Allentown High School in 1955 and Mount Holyoke College in 1959 with a bachelorÔs degree in zoology.

A funeral service will be held on Thursday June 15 2017 at 11 A.M. in St. John's United Church of Christ 36 S. 6th St. Allentown. Calling hours will be held on Wednesday June 14 2017 from 7 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. in the J. S. Burkholder Funeral Home 16th and Hamilton Sts. Allentown and on Thursday from 10 A.M. to 11 A.M. at the Church.

Contributions may be made in her memory to: Unity of Lehigh Valley 26 N. 3rd St. Emmaus PA 18049 Cedar Crest College 100 College Dr. Allentown PA 18104 or to Allentown Symphony Association 23 N. 6th St. Allentown PA 18101.

Condolence & Memory Journal

Thamk yuou, dear Alice. melanie ferguson, ph.d,, lpc, mobile, al.

Posted by A friend   August 11, 2017


Always on my Mind my!

Posted by RoseAnn Lucas    July 14, 2017

Posted by Roseann Lucas    July 02, 2017

Posted by Roseann Lucas    July 02, 2017

My condolences to the family of Ms Alice. I was blessed to have know this beautiful lady for the past ten years spending time with her outdoors at the parks, and taking rides throughout the Lehigh valley going to Symphony's and enjoying nature . Enjoying church services at Unity Church, and Holiday dinners with her and her family. Vacation trips to Long Beach Island with her and her family & friends. We had so much fun over the last 10 years. She always treated me as one of the family. She will always hold a special place in my heart. I will never forget all she has taught me over the years. She was the kindest loving person I have ever known.
Rest in peace Ms Alice, you will be greatly missed by so many people.
God has another beautiful Angel in heaven.
We will love you forever. Your team Alice!

Posted by RoseAnn Lucas - Blandon, PA   July 02, 2017

Thank you to the Miller family for sharing Alice Anne with the rest of us. As noted by others, she modeled love, care and generosity, and she did so with grace and humor and not a trace of ego. The world is a better place because she lived.

Posted by Heidi Bright Butler - Emmaus, PA   June 22, 2017

Dear Miller family, We were so very sorry to read of Alice's death. It is because of your family that our whole Alma Eisenhard family became very active members of St. John's UCC. We were neighbors in Lehigh Parkway & Eddie & I were, as you know, playmates. Sharing comic books & eating my Grammy's wonderful apple pies. Many many wonderful memories of those days growing up with your wonderful family. Alice & Joan are so much like their graceful, beautiful mother Marjorie. Eddie you were a great great buddy all those years ago. God bless your family in this time of sorrow and God keep you all in the palm of his hands.

Posted by Janet Eisenhard Hoffert - Myrtle Beach, SC   June 15, 2017

I was an early playmate of Joan, Alice, and Ed. Joan and Alice considered us really too young to be playmates since I was only 4 then. I remember her as quiet and kind. She never teased us or scared us. I also remember my mother remarking that Joan played enthusiastically with her dolls, but Alice played carefully and never got her doll's hair messed up.

I send my sincere condolences to Joan, Ed, and all family members. Mary Liz (Heyl) Bauer

Posted by A friend   June 13, 2017

Joan, I am so sorry to learn of Alice Anne's death. I, of course, remember her principally as a kind and lovely little girl when we were students at the Wright School. It is nice to know that she grew up to be such an outstanding person in so many ways, and truly a beacon to her whole community.
Janet Loengard

Posted by A friend   June 13, 2017

My condolences to the family of Ms Alice. I was blessed to have know this beautiful lady for the past two years spending time outdoors and taking rides throughout the Lehigh and Bucks Counties just enjoying nature. Her beauty is exemplified in having met some of her friends in the community, members of Unity Church, and especially her family. Rest in peace Ms Alice, God has another beautiful Angel in heaven.

Posted by Cindy Yost - Weeki Wachee, FL   June 12, 2017

So sorry, Ed and family, to read of the loss of your sister. I wish I had met her. She sounds remarkable in so many ways. Hoping you have many wonderful memories to ease your grief.

Posted by Ann Wlazelek - Allentown   June 12, 2017

There is another star in the Heavens tonight. Alice Anne was & is, a gift to this Earth. Alice not only was truly a servant of God but a wonderful friend. Her generosity of Spirit , wisdom, fun, play, compassion & works will carry on for generations. Alice will be very very missed.

Thanks to the loving hands of family and friends who were her angels, I thank you.

Posted by Rev. Betsy Salunek - Panama   June 12, 2017

You truly are and were a spiritual inspiration too me, I am blessed and honored to have wonderful memories of you. R.I.P Sweet Alice Anne a true Spiritual Being.

Posted by Debra Acosta - Emmaus, PA   June 12, 2017

Alice Anne was a great woman with whom I had a close relationship for many years. I will miss my visits with her and her cards with her lovely pictures and poem

Posted by A friend   June 12, 2017

Thank you for showing us all that it is better to give than to receive. Having light we pass it on to others is a motto to live by which you taught me by example, Thank you for this gift and ALL you have done to make this a better world for so so many . I know you are in good hands and at peace. A big Big thank you to all whom kept her comfortable and well cared for (I know how grateful she is) Thank You God, Nancy, Peter, Joan Emily, Judy the team of around the clock nurses and all the others of Alice Anne's selfless Angels,whom all contributed to well being when she was unable to do for her self. Peace and Love To All, Kery Souser

Posted by kery souser - drexel hill, PA   June 12, 2017

Alice Anne Miller personified righteousness. She was one of those rare souls whose very presence made you a better person. She was humble. She was soft-spoken. She was a servant.

Alice Anne spent a lifetime doing good. In my experience, when you work so hard to make the world a better place, you look for people to blame when you feel like you're not making any progress. I never heard Alice Anne say a critical word about anyone.

When I was diagnosed with Parkinson's, the first call I made was to Alice Anne Miller. I never heard her complain about how this insidious disease complicated her life. By contrast, I complain all the time.

Here is a new complaint: Parkinson's silenced a saint.

Indeed, this world, this community has lost someone who exuded love. She made everyone around her a better person. She made our world a better place.

Posted by Alan Jennings - Allentown, PA   June 12, 2017

Alice, your spirit is eternal. God created a special person in you. Rest in peace dear one.

Posted by L G    June 12, 2017