Daisy Lee Riley Miller
December 13, 1931 - December 18, 2020
Daisy Lee Riley Miller, age 89, was born December 13, 1931and passed away at Good Samaritan Living Center on Friday December 18, 2020. She was a wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother of Angie, Louisiana and longtime member of Pine Missionary Baptist Church. Daisy was the Valedictorian of Pine High School graduating Class of 1950. Being the daughter of a Missionary Baptist preacher she said her place was at home. She was a stay at home housewife which worked out well for her and enabled her to adopt three children. She was probably most known for her quilting. Daisy always had a quilt hanging in her living room almost every time you dropped by. Every quilt was lovingly stitched using her own hands. Those that where the recipients of one her quilts will always cherish them. She believed in working hard and it was exemplified in everything she did. Three things that she loved the most in this world were the Good Lord, her family and her church. God blessed her throughout her life of 89 years.
Survived by: 3 Children and Spouses: James and Bernice Miller, Jerry and Brenda Miller, Shanalon Melissa Seal and Paul Seal, Jr.; 4 Grandchildren and Spouses: Kattie and Mark Barber, Samantha and Kyle Magee, Clint Seal and Sadie, Drew Seal and Tatum; 4 Great-grandchildren: Elizabeth Barber, Noah Barber, Luke Magee, Shasta Seal.
She was preceded in death by her husband Eli Miller, parents Elder George W. Riley and Frances Melissa McNees Riley and a brother Paul Melvin Riley
Visitation will be at Pine Missionary Baptist Church Monday December 21st from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. A funeral service will be held in the church at 2:00 pm Monday with Eld. Adam Luper, Eld. Larry Mizell and Eld. Duane Ball officiating. Burial will follow in the Whittington Cemetery.
Pallbearers: Drew Seal, Noah Barber, Logan Temples, Reagan Knight, Mark Barber, Kyle Magee
Honorary Pallbearers are Kenneth Gerald, Sydney Taylor
The family wishes to express a sincere thank you to her caregivers for their loving support this past year, Good Samaritan’s Living Center and Community Care Hospice. You all were a God send.