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St. Thomas Services for Ivan Miller, 84, of Coral Bay

July 25, 2004 – Ivan A. Miller, 84, of Coral Bay, St. John, died July 18 at his home. Miller was also known as "Suffering" and "Miller Miller Caterpillar."
Services will be held Wednesday at Memorial Moravian Church on St. Thomas at 10 a.m., with viewing at 9 a.m. Burial will be in Western Cemetery No. 1. The family asks that in lieu of flowers contributions be made to the Kimelman Cancer Institute or the Lung Association.
Miller is survived by his wife, Cynthia Miller; sons, Glenn Sr., Dave, Kent, Wayne; daughters, Glencia Steele, Thyra Smith, Eric and Anita Miller, Marilyn Miller-Daniel; adopted son, Henry Jackson; niece, Lillian Reovan; nephew, Leslie Reovan; cousins, Louis Jackson, Henry Thompson; grandchildren, Glen Jr., Dale, Davon, Steve and Deshaun Miller, Rahkeem Battiste, Kevin Wheatley, Cornell Yarborough, Lew Daniel Jr.; granddaughters, Shea Smith, LuAnne Hodge, Tamara Wells, Tisha, Adrienne, Monique, Danica and Sherice Miller; Denée Daniel-Peters, Takia Bell, Cindell Daniel; sons-in-law, Edmund Steele, Lew Daniel Sr.; daughters-in-law, Ena, Margaret and Roxanne Miller; grandsons-in-law, Maurice Donovan, Stephen Wells, Gareth Peters; 16 great-grandchildren; special friends: Calabash Boom and St. Ursula Senior Center, Vernice Mathias, Jane Johannes, Janet Todman, Mrs. J. Blanche and Sonia Sprauve, Evelyn and Cornelius Matthias, Lillian Plaskett, Hilda Anthony, Laurett Reed; and many other relatives and friends.
Arrangements are by Davis Funeral Home.

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