Pauline Ann Miller

Our beloved, mother, Granny, and traveling cruise queen, Pauline Ann Miller, 77, of Kirkland, WA, passed away June 7, 2015 after her second battle with breast cancer.  Her service will be held on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 11am at Holy Family Catholic Church, 7045  120th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA, 98033. Reception to follow in the Parish center with a private burial at the Kirkland Cemetery at 1:30pm.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Holy Family Church for the specific purpose of supporting their sister parish, St. Joseph’s in Malawi, or to Evergreen Hospital’s Radiation/Oncology department in Pauline’s name, or to the American Cancer Society.

4 Responses to “Pauline Ann Miller”

  • Sister Rosemary Perisich, snjm says:

    Dear Jeannette, Jeanine, and Family,
    Christ’s special peace be yours as a sharing in your dear mother’s Eternal Peace! Please be assured of a remembrance in our thoughts and prayers. It is a blessing and a privilege to send home to our God in Heaven such a faith-filled and loving woman. May God’s infinite and merciful love bring you daily strength and consolation at this time.
    God bless each and all of you!
    Sister Ilene and I shall come to honor your mother’s life at her funeral at Holy Family, Kirkland.
    Lovingly in Jesus and Mary,
    Sister Ilene Clark, snjm, Sister Rosemary Perisich,snjm
    and the community at our Holy Names Academy

  • Peter and Wendy Lagozzino says:

    Paula was our dear friend and Chelan timeshare condo companion almost every year since 1985. Some evenings we would rap on the ceiling with our broom handle and Paula, one floor above us, would meet us at the hot tub. She was such a wonderful and humorous friend to enjoy our vacation with. We are very sad to lose her and will never forget the time we had with her. Our heart goes out to her family at this difficult time.

  • Sheila Dwyer says:

    Hi Paula, wish you were on a cruise now, i loved you and so happy you let me join the softball team, and was always positive with me, giving me confidence, and always bringing treats, and also volunteering at Evergreen Hospital and winning the Volunteer award, i was a volunteer there and we were always on the Relay for Life team, and this year i got you a t-shirt as you were not there, we both had breast cancer, yours came back 26 years later, such a shock, mine has not come back, but i have leukemia from one of the chemos, so we would sit and chat about that, i was so lucky to see you at bowling when you came to visit your team and lucky to be able to see you in Evergreen Hospice, ilove you and honor you, Sheila Dwyer and your wonderful family you loved so much.

    See you later, Sheila Dwyer.

  • Ann and Warren Castelluccio says:

    We have enjoyed Paula’s company on several trips. Her positive attitude and ability to assist others with such ease. I’ve also met her many times for lunch and will sincerely miss her.

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