Janet “Jan” Miller (Browning), born April 14, 1950 in Hall County passed away at Northeast Georgia Medical Center on December 26, 2019 at 9:20 pm.
Jan was the founder and owner of Bow Surprises Florist. During her lifetime she had many hobbies, ranging from arts and crafts to cooking and hunting. She found joy and happiness in the simple things in life and in embracing her family and loved ones. Her greatest gift was her ability to show kindness through the giving and receiving of a smile. Her sense of humor was boundless and contagious. She lit up every room with her magnetic personality and charm. Her poetic nature and soul resonated with everyone who knew her. She was passionate in her message of hope for others and in her gratitude for all of life’s many blessings. She journaled, “It takes very little effort to offer a hand or a smile. The only reason for looking down on others is if you are reaching down to lift them up.” She also journaled that, “There would be no beautiful mountains without valleys, no rain without storms, no sun without shine…All of God’s beautiful creations were intended for all of us to share…I have been blessed in this life. I am always amazed by the mighty roar of thunder. It reminds me of the one who is in charge...Life is just a journey on the way to our destination.”
Surviving relatives include her husband of 52 years, Clyde Miller, son, Troy Miller, daughter in law Mia, daughter Danita Tessa Feldick, son in law Nate and beloved grandson, Dakota. Extended family includes Gary Miller and Ellen Browning. Surviving brothers are Alan, Eddy, Roger, John Paul, Daniel and Chad Browning and one sister, Judy Turner.
She was preceded in death by her mother in law, Evielee Miller, her mother, Dolly Garrett and sisters, Beth Wilson and Dixie Theriault.
A ‘Celebration of Life’ for Janet Miller will be held Monday, December 30, 2019 at 1:00 pm at Alto Congregational Holiness Church. The Reverend Scott Ledbetter will officiate.
Family will receive friends at the church fellowship hall immediately following the service.
All family, friends and floral arrangements should arrive at the church no later than 12:45pm on Monday.
For those who wish to make donations, the family asks that they be made directly to NIH Cancer Moonshot Research Initiatives. https://www.cancer.gov/research/key-initiatives/moonshot-cancer-initiative
An online guest register is available and may be viewed at www.mcgaheegriffinandstewart.com.
ARRANGEMENTS ARE IN CARE OF MCGAHEE-GRIFFIN & STEWART FUNERAL HOME OF CORNELIA, GEORGIA (706/778-8668).