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Miller, Christine M.

Miller, Christine M.

October 14, 1952 — December 19, 2022

Christine Marie Miller, age 70, passed away peacefully on Monday, December 19th, 2022. Chris was born on October 14th, 1952, to her mother, Nadine Berger and her father, Robert Berger. At the age of 20, she married her high school sweetheart, Randall Miller, and they spent a further 49 years happily married and started a beautiful life together. They went on to have two children, Jinnie and Jessica. Chris spent many of her years working with the Disabled Learning Center in Olathe, KS then moved on to work at Price Chopper, becoming a Senior Price Coordinator. She was loved and adored by all her pupils, proving to be a wonderful friend and teacher to all those who knew her. Chris had a passion for many things, but mostly a passion for her church and her church community. Her life thrived in Jesus Christ. She always surrounded herself with her friends and family, which is where she felt most comfortable and loved.

Chris is survived by her husband, Randy Miller; her daughter Jinnie Miller; her daughter Jessica Mewhinney with her husband Eric Mewhinney; and her brother Bryan Berger with his wife Susie Berger.

“We know that we can’t have you but we’re happy knowing that the angels have finally got you back. Goodbye to a wonderful woman, wife, beautiful mother, and friend.”

There will be a funeral service held for Chris on December 27th, 2022, at Park Lawn Funeral Home. Please feel free to attend if you would like to pay your respects.

Park Lawn Funeral Home (Gate #1)
8251 Hillcrest Road
Kansas City, MO 64138
Visitation 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Service 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Private burial in Memorial Park Cemetery

Service Information

Visitation will be 12PM, with services to follow at 1PM, Tuesday, December 27 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd., Kansas City, Missouri; private burial in Memorial Park Cemetery.

Miller, Christine M.'s Guestbook

How well Roberta and I remember Chris from the 19 years we were a part of Chris's church family at Overland Park Nazarene. She was always friendly and smiling and accepting. She and Randy are true models of what Christ's followers should be. Our prayers are with Randy, their daughters, and the entire family. May she rest in peace in the arms of the Lord whom she adored.

Wes Ebu

There's a special place in all of our hearts for our mothers, just like there's a special place in every mother's heart for her children. There will be a void in my life that can never be filled, but there are so many memories that will never be lost. Some random memories from me: - Books! I will always treasure her love for reading, that we could share our love for this. - Moving day - When my husband & I moved to Georgia in November 2017, my mother & I drove with my dog, Zoey, all the way. My husband was already there, working & finalizing our close on the house. My mother & I decided it would be 'smart' to start our drive in the evening. Well, we both were not as young as we once were, we turned our 12.5 hour trip into almost 16 hours! We had a lot of stops, red bull, coffee, talks & laughs that drive! She stayed for a week to help me unpack, because of her it only took days. So thankful for her selflessness. - "Jessica Nicole!!!" - for all of my life, I will never forget her yelling my name when I was in trouble. Seems a silly memory, but for a strange reason it now puts a smile on my face! - Branson, MO - both of my parents took Jinnie & I to Branson 4 times a year. These memories of go-carts, arcades, shows, Christmas lights, Silver Dollar City & riding roller coasters sitting backwards, will never be forgotten. - Thanksgiving - for most of my life I remember my mom & grandmother making parmesan rolls for dinner. Never my favorite, but for some reason I can still picture them sitting at the kitchen table making these. - Wichita, KS - we lived there until I was four years old. I remember it being winter, snowing, cold & slippery! I was sitting in the car waiting for her to come get in so we could go to church. She slipped & fell, I remember laughing SO hard at this & her giving me crap for laughing at her. I remember exactly what she looked like that day, dress, hair & all. - Wichita, KS - She worked Joyful Noise preschool, where I attended. She always told me that when she came to my classroom to pick me up after school that I would make a big, fuss to leave, telling me how embarrassing it was to her for her co-workers to see this! - Women of Faith - Us ladies made a trip to St. Louis for a Women of Faith Conference (not sure of the date, but it was around 1996 or so) Between the conference, dinners, the ride, etc. I remember thinking, as a young teenager, that it was so much fun to have spent the weekend with just her! - Road Trip - Also in the mid-1990's, my dad, mom, sister & I took a vacation for the books! We road tripped out to North Carolina & DC. We told some relatives, that we would be staying with, that it will take us "2-3 days to get there". We stopped wherever & whenever we wanted... almost completely unplanned. My mom and I took a helicopter ride through the Smoky Mountains, we toured dams. In DC we spent many, many hours visiting the Smithsonian museums. In North Carolina, she woke me up to see my very first sunrise on a beach. Many more memories from this vacation that I treasure. - Best Friend - I don't think any word can express how much it meant to me that my mother was also my best friend! She made it clear to me through out all of my life that she was there for me & always would be, and she was. We could talk about everything and anything! - Wedding - From picking out my dress, to the venue, to the planning of it all... I cannot imagine memories of my wedding day without her! I'm incredibly grateful for all of the time I had with my mother & that I had a mother that loved me, was there for me, helped me and taught me all the things. My mother will always hold a very special part of my heart. Some day we will hug again, rest in peace mom! I love you!

Jessica Mewhinney

Chris and I worked together at Price Chopper in Olathe, She was a wonderful person and was always smiling. Chris, Betsy and I were the pricing people in Olathe, We worked hard but found time to laugh and be happy. Chris went on to have her own store and I am sure she continued to be the thoughtful person, I knew. Randy was one of our salesmen and I got to know him also. He and Chris are in a warm spot in my heart.

Diane Brown

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