Everett E. Miller

May 1, 1929 - June 24, 2011
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Everett E. Miller 82 of 460 West St. formerly of 18 Howard St. Ludlow died peacefully in the comfort and care of his home Friday June 24. Born in Springfield, MA May 1, 1929 son of the late Arthur and Florence (Anderson) Miller. Educated in local schools, he proudly served his county during the Korean War as a member of the Army of the United States. Everett worked for Longmeadow Community Market for many years, retiring as grocery manager. An avid hockey fan he was his wife Teddy followed the Springfield falcons and were fixtures at games both home and away. He is survived by his wife of 59 years Thelma Teddy (Waite) Miller, a daughter Karen Niemczura and her husband Paul of Ocoee, FL a son Everett Miller of Springfield, a sister Ruth Hobart of CT, his cherished grandchildren Scott Niemczura and his fiance Kristen Waldron, and Laura Kelley and her husband Daniel. Great-grandfather of Jacqui and Mikaela. Also survived by extended family members and friends.

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It was Everett’s wish that all services be private, with rites of committal in Center Cemetery in Ludlow.

Center Cemetery
734 Center Street
Ludlow, MA 1056


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Born: May 1, 1929
Died: June 24, 2011

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Pauline Sayes posted on 1/1/15

Brian, Todd and Marilyn - I am sorry that I can't visit to give my personal condolences, but I have out of town family here for the funeral of a family member. I do send you my sympathy. About 2 or so months ago, I stopped to speak to her in her room and thought how pretty she still was - never dreamed she was 97. All of you must have taken very good care of her! She was always such a pleasant Lady as I saw her at Todd's home before her illness.


Sharon Spencer Richardson posted on 1/1/15

Dear Todd and family, Our thoughts and sympathies go out to you and your family. I had the incredible blessing of working with your sweet grandmother at Gay's Hallmark twenty something years ago, never dreaming that she was already in her 70's at that time. What a wonderful encourager she was to me when I was in my early 20's! She was so much fun, and we laughed alot. I was able to keep up with her through the years with my parents, Jim and Faye Spencer, as well as through my sister, Beth. Heaven is truly a sweeter place, today.