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Michelle Miller Obituary, Former Office Administrator With Balance Physical Therapy Of Granger Indiana Has Died

Mar 27, 2024
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Michelle Miller Obituary, Death Cause – Michelle Lynn Miller, 49, of Granger, passed away on March 25, 2024, surrounded by her family. She went to be with the Lord. Michelle was born in LaPorte, Indiana, on May 22, 1974. Her parents, John David Sarver and Kathleen Ann (Corish) Sarver, died before her birth. She attended Westville High School and participated in sports throughout her time there. She graduated from the institution. On November 18, 2006, in Mishawaka, she married Eldon Miller. Her husband of seventeen years, Eldon Miller, and her daughter, Katie Kessler, both of Granger, are the only members of her family who survived her death. Her stepdaughters Cecilia Hipskind of Shipshewana, Sheila Kantz of Bristol, and Joni Miller of Shipshewana, who is married to Mark Marner, as well as her grandchildren Jaylin Miller, Gabbee Kantz, Libbee Kantz, Kaylee Marner, Joe Schaub VI, Rosie Kaufman, Rayne Schaub, and River Schaub, were also alive at the time of her death.

Michelle is survived by her sisters Tamara (Steve) Fuller of Niles, Michigan, Bobbie (Mark) Flotow of LaPorte, and Heather (Jeff) Nieman of Michigan City, Indiana, as well as her in-laws Lynn (Pauline) Miller, Delbert (Ruth) Miller, Sarah (Albert) Stutzman, Rose Schmidt, Treva (Ron) Brunson, Nelson (Missy) Miller, Cheryl (James) Hope, and Debbie (Ricky) Campbell, her aunt Karen Urbanski, 8 nieces and nephews, and a large extended family and friends. Her parents, baby granddaughter Kensleigh Schaub, niece Addie Nieman, and brothers-in-law, Marvin and Sheldon Miller, died before her. She was the sole surviving member of her immediate family.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 30, 2024, from noon to three p.m. at the Wells and Cruz Family Funeral Home in Mishawaka, formerly known as Goethals and Wells. After the visitation, at 3 p.m., Albert Stutzman will preside over a celebration of Michelle’s life. Michelle’s service will be shown live in the window below beginning at 2:45 p.m. for those who are unable to come in person.

Michelle was a woman with a solid grasp of her Catholic faith, having been raised and baptized according to tradition. The Catholic Church, in which she was raised, instilled in her the values that would guide her throughout her life. Michelle’s faith in God provided her with comfort and strength not only during happy times, but also during times of uncertainty.

Michelle spent several years as the office administrator at Balance Physical Therapy in Granger. Outside of the office, Michelle’s desire for adventure led her to find contentment on the sun-kissed sands of Florida, where she reveled in the grandeur of the beach and the peacefulness of the ocean waves. While riding their Harley Davidson motorcycle, she and Eldon, along with a huge number of other pals, enjoyed trips with no definite destination in mind. They shared joy and created memories together.

Michelle was a die-hard fan of Notre Dame and country music, and she reveled in life’s simple pleasures. It was commonly known that she would raise a “red solo cup” in celebration with her close friends. She was also known for her contagious laugh. Michelle’s gentle and friendly manner captivated the hearts of everyone who met her.

Michelle’s primary interest rested in her duty as a grandmother, despite the fact that her sensitive nature and “open door” mentality ensured that her home was always available to people in need, offering them with comfort, support, kindness, compassion, and unconditional love. She adored her grandchildren and considered them the most valuable things in her life. She devoted herself without demanding anything in return to assure their happiness and well-being, and her love and legacy will continue to guide and inspire them as they live their lives.

The oncology unit on the sixth floor of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center is staffed by dedicated medical experts, nurses, and staff members, and the Miller family wishes to convey their heartfelt appreciation to each of them. The compassionate care and unwavering support you offered during Michelle’s stay in your care were deeply appreciated.

I’d like to convey my gratitude for your commitment to excellence, as well as the comfort and compassion you provided during this difficult time. The Millers will always remember your kindness with a pleasant glow in their hearts.

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