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Linda N. Miller
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Linda Nazarene (Joyner) Miller was born March 30, 1949 and went home to be with the Lord, January 19, 2024. Linda graduated from Cheltenham High School in 1967 and received certification in Data Processing from Easter Montgomery County Area Vocational-Technical school the same year. She began working in the insurance industry at Prudential. After a staying home to raise her children until school age, she went back to work for General Accident Insurance Company and later went to work for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and retired as a Surety Underwriter after a long successful career. Linda met Glenn Miller of the Bronx, NY, 1977 in Philadelphia and married June 7, 1980.
Linda was pre-deceased by father, John Daniel Joyner, mother Lillian Willis Cheatham, brother, John Daniel Joyner, Jr., and son Robert “Sputnik” Presbery, Jr. Linda is survived by, husband, Glenn Miller, daughter, Zanelle Nicole Miller Sutton, son, Jayson Glenn Miller, and step-daughter Tajmia Glennai McIntosh. In addition to husband and children, she leaves granddaughters SaRoya J. Miller, Jade S. Miller, and grandson Dominic Paul Sutton, and step-grandson Jordan Gray. She also leaves her loving sister and best friend Jeanette Joyner and long list of loving nieces, nephews, and friends.
Linda was the rock of the Miller Family. She loved and protected her husband and children fiercely. She was kind, smart, beautiful, and loved laughing and making memories that will last for a lifetime.
Linda had a short battle with heart failure and went home to Glory the way she wanted. She will be celebrated on March 30, 2024. Details to come later.