Gloria Brousseau Miller

nana-edit(1)Gloria Brousseau Miller, beloved mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, passed away after 89 years of fun, friendship, and family. She will be welcomed into everlasting peace by Ray, her brother Bill, “Teddy”, and “TJ”.

Born in Epping, New Hampshire, Gloria spent her early years in New England where she was blessed with four children; Carl, Gary, Joanne, and Steven. After 15 years working in the Operating Room at Burbank Hospital in Fitchburg MA, and enjoying the family she had raised, Gloria retired and moved to Woodinville WA to live with her daughter’s family. She spent most of her time meeting with friends to play bingo, enjoying the casino, dancing, playing card games, and especially enjoyed joking around with family. A special joy she had in life, was spending time with her favorite niece Debbie Cloutier.


Gloria leaves behind a thriving family legacy consisting of her three sons Carl, Gary, and Steven; her daughter Joanne; her five grandchildren Kelly, Jason, Jaime, Jackie, and Mikie; and her five great grandchildren Mia, Connor, Lexi, Grace, and David.


Thank you for all that you have given us. We will miss you.


In Loving Memory

Gloria Brousseau Miller

December 1925 – August 2015

Services will be held at two o’clock on Wednesday August the 26th

St. Louise Parish, 141 156th Ave SE – Bellevue, WA 98077

A gathering will immediately follow at

19525 NE 143rd St – Woodinville, WA 98077

In Lieu of Flowers, Gloria would appreciate donations to Homeward Pet Adoption at


8 Responses to “Gloria Brousseau Miller”

  • Sam & Maureen Canning says:

    Carl, Lois & family – Our sympathy to you all in the passing of your mother.

  • Debbie Piermarini says:

    Dear Carl, Gary, Steven and Joanne,

    So sorry to hear about your loss… She was a great woman!!! We will be thinking and praying for all of you during this sad time. Hope all is well otherwise.

    Jimmy and Debbie Piermarini

  • Ken Consalvo says:

    Carl, Lois, Joanne, and family,

    My sincere condolences to you for your loss. She was a great lady and I know her memory will be with you and she will always be in your hearts.


  • Nilsa (Fini) Weaver says:

    Our heartfelt sympathies go out to you all. It is never easy to lose the people we love, no matter their age. We pray that you each find comfort in the loving memories you have built over these many years, and in knowing that her spiritual life goes on.

    Nilsa & Phil Weaver

  • Margot (McNamara) Vine says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Gloria was such a nice person, and a good friend and neighbor to all of us. It is nice to know that she had so many good, happy years to share with all of you. You are all in my thoughts. Please take care.

  • Gail (McNamara) Ruberti says:

    My deepest sympathy in the loss of your mother, Gloria. I remember her as such a kind, friendly woman, always so very proud of her family. May your memories help ease your sadness.

    Gail (McNamara) Ruberti

  • Fran & Karen Hastings says:

    We are so sorry for your loss we understand all to well
    how it feels to lose a parent. Know are hearts go out to you all in great sympathy. May time heal your broken
    hearts and bless you with peace.
    Love Fran(Butch) & Karen Hastings ,Kathy, Jeff & Mary Hastings

  • Janet Merritt says:

    So sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with the family. You may find comfort at Rev. 21:4. God is good and gracious. With sincere sympathy.

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