Jeannetta Miller

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In Memory of Jeannetta Miller

Jeannetta Ann (Hall) Miller crossed over into Heaven from her home in Wilburton, Oklahoma January 4, 2021 at the age of 77.

Viewing will be held on Friday, January 8, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Waldrop Funeral Home.

A private family service will be held Saturday, January 9, 2021 at Centerpoint Baptist Church.

She was born on April 11, 1943 in Hartshorne, Oklahoma to C. L. and Ruth (Miller) Hall. She was the youngest of three children born into the family. She attended Antioch Public Schools of Antioch, California and Wilburton Public Schools; She graduated from Wilburton High School in 1961. She continued her education at East Central State University, Ada, Oklahoma. Several years later, she graduated for EOSC in 1987. She continued her education at Southeastern State University until she began her career with Walmart Stores. She was a 28-year employee of Walmart.

On February 22, 1965, Jeannetta married the love of her life Roy Junior Miller in her parent’s home. 7 Children were given to them by the LORD: Doug, Steve, Kirk, a child who entered Heaven during pregnancy, Mitzy, Libby, and Daniel. Her Children consider her to be the greatest mother who ever lived. The greatest event in her life happened in Lubbock, Texas when a preacher led her to saving faith in the Lord Jesus Christ when she was a young wife and mother of two. She became an unashamed, joyful and faithful follower of the Lord Jesus Christ. She served the Lord as a Pastor’s wife for over 38 years in churches across Southeastern Oklahoma. She was a prayer warrior, a godly councilor, soul winner, and encourager. She served as a VBS Director, Sunday School Teacher, Youth Worker, Camp Cook, Camp Counselor, and Backyard Bible Club Leader. She was a member of Antioch Baptist Church, Stigler, Ok.

Jeannetta lived her life in faith, joy, laughter, humor, optimism, love, loyalty and selfless devotion to her family. Her vivacious personality left a warm glow on all you knew her and brightened every room she entered. She was a patriot who loved her Country. She loved to worship, to travel, dine out, watch movies, swimming, singing, listening to music, cruising with her girls, shopping, visiting her children and grandchildren, celebrating the Holidays, watching OU Football games and talking on her cellphone. Every day was reason to celebrate the blessings of God with a strong cup of coffee. Her children describe her outlook on life in this manner,” Mom was just like a Rice Krispies Treat for she was always looking for party to attend”.

She was preceded in death by an infant child, her parents, a brother C.L. Hall jr., a nephew Jim Hall, and a brother Bill Hall.

She is survived by the father of her children, Roy Junior Miller of Wilburton, Ok; son and daughter in-love Doug and Angie Miller of Greenwood, Arkansas; son and daughter in-love Steve and Jodie Miller of Wilburton, Ok; son and daughter in-love, Kirk and Christi Miller of Stigler, Ok; daughter and son in- love Mitzy and Kyle Lynn of Poteau, Ok; daughter and son in-love Libby and Brian Owens of Muldrow, Ok; son and daughter in-love Daniel and Brittany Miller of Hartshorne, Ok. Sister in-love Betty Hall of Wilburton, Ok. Grandchildren: Michael Miller, Kourtnie Miller, Chelsie and Taylor Jansen, Caitlin Slater, Kolton and Mallorie Lynn, Justyn Lynn, Ky Lynn, Brookelyn Owens, Briarlyn Miller, BriElla Miller. Two Great Grand Chidren: Paetyn Fields and Lambrie Wilson; a whole host of family, brothers and sisters in Christ, friends, and her Walmart Family.

In lieu of flowers a charitable donation can be made to:

Doug Miller Evangelistic Association

In honor of Jeannetta A. Miller

Troops for the Bible Fund

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