Sally Ann Miller, 62

Sally Ann Miller, 62, of Lititz, passed away, Tuesday, December 17, 2019, at Hospice & Community Care, Mt. Joy, following a courageous battle with cancer.  She was the loving daughter of the late John Henry Riker and Geraldine Virginia (Habel) Riker.  Sally was the loving and faithful wife of Michael K. Miller, with whom she celebrated 41 years of marriage.

Sally was a 1975 graduate of J.P. McCaskey High School.  A homemaker, Sally loved making her home inviting and comfortable with her interior decorating skills.  She enjoyed gardening and floral arranging, antiquing, and traveling with Mike to Nantucket, Delaware and New Jersey shores, and Historical sites such as Williamsburg.  She found great joy in her dogs, Luke, a Yellow Lab, Sierra, a Bernese Mountain Dog, and Moose, a Chocolate Lab.  More than anything else, Sally loved her husband and family.

In addition to her husband, Sally is survived by two sisters: Susan M. Krall, wife of Howard, of Oley, and Barbara L. Martin, of Cornwall.  She is also survived by eleven nieces and nephews.  Sally is preceded in death by her precious daughter, Abby Mae Miller, who died in 2005, and her parents-in-law, Charles E. and Anna M. (Gibbons) Miller.Funeral Services for Sally will be held at 11AM, Friday, December 27, 2019, at Bachman Snyder Funeral Home & Crematory, 7 S. Decatur St., Strasburg, PA 17579.  Family and friends will be received at the funeral home from 9:30AM to 11AM for a time of visitation.  Interment will follow at Middle Octorara Cemetery, Quarryville.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions in Sally’s memory be made to: The SPCA, The Ronald McDonald House, or to the American Cancer Society.

4 thoughts on “Sally Ann Miller, 62

  1. Mike,
    My deepest condolences to you and to the rest of Sally’s family. She and I met when both of us began 7th grade, and I have many fond memories of our activities together during those junior high school years. I’m very saddened to learn that she has passed away.

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  2. Mike,
    Our condolences from all of your AIT Harrisburg family. We are all hurting for you and thinking of you everyday. We know Sally fought the battle of her life and gave it all she had. You now will have an Angel above watching over you and Moose. Until you are able to meet again!! Prayers are with you and your family at this time of need.

    Bill and AIT.

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  3. Mike , It was and is with great sorrow that i heard of Sally falling ill and I send this message. I new Sally from 7th Grade and hanging out with Craig Tomlinson. You I knew from bowling at Rocky Springs. I hope and Pray that you find comfort from the God of your understanding. My belief’s tell me that Sally now is with God the Father and she has no pain but only joy. Some will tell you that Sally is the lucky one. She now walks hand and hand with God only Son. I only wish you find the strength to carry on till God calls you home and you can be with Sally again. Please find comfort in Psalm 18 1-2 . It has helped me often. Brad Hohenadel

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