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Marcia Miller
  • American Legion Auxiliary Unit #6
    221 E. Washington St.
    Macomb, IL 61455
  • McDonough District Hospital Hospice Program
    525 E. Grant St.
    Macomb, IL 61455

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she was a great teacher and an amazing friend she will be missed by all that knew her as a former student of Macomb high she was one of the favorites there by both staff and student I am saddend greatly to hear of her death and wish her family and friends my condolences you all are in my prayers

Posted by: Andrew Cousins - Macomb, IL - friend   Oct 24, 2013

I always smile when I think of Marcia. I always have and always will. She was so important to me growing up. The time I got to spend with her in Girl Scouts means so much to me. She was such an awesome leader and we had so much fun! She always brought so much energy and enthusiasm to what we were doing. She was a special friend to me and my family and I am so glad to have known her.

Posted by: Lori (Wilson) Haller    Oct 24, 2013

Marcia's laugh was contagious and she was a kind hearted woman with the love of God flowing out from her. She brought light and refreshment where ever she went. Her legacy lives on in her children, who exude many her qualities. I will miss you, Marcia!

Posted by: Carol Chandler - VA - friend & sister in Christ   Oct 24, 2013

Marcia was one of the best neighbors ever. May she rest in peace.

Posted by: Joan Orr (Livingston-Webber) - Carlisle, IN - friend and neighbor   Oct 24, 2013

So thankful our kids were able to spend time with Marcia and be taught the fruit of the spirit by her at Family Camp. She inspired our family in the best way - with the love of God, and she manifested love, joy, peace, goodness and gentleness to all.

Posted by: Kimberly Sixkiller - Kansas City, MO - Friend   Oct 24, 2013

My sister Marcia loved God with all her heart, soul, mind, and strength. She consistently encouraged others and seemed to find the bright side of any situation. Her tender heart of giving will always be remembered by myself and the rest of my family. We look forward to the return of Christ when we will all be together, and death will be defeated once and for all.

Posted by: Dawn Anderson - Charlotte, NC - sister   Oct 23, 2013

Marcia always made me laugh! We would giggle about the silliest things. So thankful to have one of her handmade ceramic vases in my office! She was not only God's best she was everyone's best!

Posted by: Nancy Banios - Troy, OH - friend/sister   Oct 23, 2013

So sorry to hear of your loss. I have very fond memories of when Marcia worked at the Macomb Public Library. She was a great librarian and I have heard high school kids saying how much she will be missed! Sincerely, Margaret Sowers

Posted by: Margaret Sowers - Macomb, IL - friend   Oct 23, 2013

I went to a Family Camp last year and had the privilege of being taught by Marcia on how to craft with clay. Not that I had never done it before, but she made me feel like mine was a MASTERPIECE! No kidding! She doted over my work like it was a Michael Angelo....which, by the way, made me very proud of what I was doing. She was always smiling, always joking, and to watch her and Erin together was

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Posted by: Amy J Battles - Fort Worth, TX - Friend and sister in Christ   Oct 23, 2013