Adrienne R. Miller
Kenai resident Adrienne R. Miller died Monday, Nov. 22, 2004, at her home in Kenai. She was 35
There will be a viewing from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 27, at Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai. She will be cremated following the viewing. Her ashes will be scattered at the Kenai Beach at a later date.
Ms. Miller was born Jan. 6, 1969, in Soldotna. She worked as a health care provider until her death. She enjoyed singing, walking on the beach and collecting agates.
Her sister Renee wrote, "She was a heroic woman born in Soldotna, Alaska, but raised in the Lower 48. The strong pull to be home brought her back in 1995 where she could be a true Athabascan by fishing, hunting, clamming, camping and dipnetting. Her favorite hobby was looking for agates and she could always find the biggest and best. She dreamed of owning a home and putting all of her agates in a beautiful garden."
Her daughter Melody wrote, "Mom had a sparkle to her, a bright light that would perk up anyone's mood. Mom, you always shined, but now you're a bright star in the sky. Your light will never dim."
Her daughter Natasha wrote, "The best times I remember with my mom, we were happy doing simple things like fishing and camping. Last summer she worked at the dock and I remember going down to see her and she looked so cute and happy, even slopping those slimy fish into the right bin. Whenever working or spending time leisurely together, she always was happy. When I was 12, I had this tape of my mom doing karaoke. She was singing 'These Boots Are Made For Walking' and 'Locomotion,' I played it for all my friends. Mom, of all the greatest time I've had, it's been with you. You're free now and that helps me through the day. Always will your name warm my heart and make me smile. I love you."
Ms. Miller was preceded in death by her grandparents, Richard Miller and Josephine Miller.
She is survived by her mother, Victoria Cameron of Soldotna; father, Ray Nourse of Washington; sisters, Sandra Baker of Washington and Renee Farnam of Kenai; brothers, John Miller of Washington and Mike Farnam of Kenai; daughters, Natasha and Melody Miller, both of Kenai; and a granddaughter, Lavinya Mae Miller of Kenai.
Memorial donations may be sent to P.O. Box 7921, Nikiski, AK 99635
Arrangements were made my Peninsula Memorial Chapel.
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