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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Debbie Miller. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Elaine Bledsoe on February 25, 2021
I am so saddened to hear the news about Debbie. She was always a loving special friend and a pleasure to work with. Debbie and her family quickly became a part of the Golden Eagle Family and as a brand new franchise owner always made me feel welcome. That was a special gift that Debbie had.  She loved her family and she loved her Tupperware business. I have so many memories of Debbie and her family, the fun at rallies, jubilees in Florida, the times we worked until late at night at the malls, the parties at my house and the times I went to her house to train new people. 

I will always think fondly of those days spent with Debbie. She will be missed by many people. Hugs and much love to her family.
Posted by Vlonda Farr Kearse on February 25, 2021
My heart is so saddened to learn this news. Debbie was a beautiful person and a lovely friend and mentor in the business of Tupperware. My prayers are being lifted up for her family. I was just recently looking at photos from our Golden Eagle days in Florida. Sweet soul, you will be missed.
Posted by Charles Miller on February 18, 2021
Love and miss you for a thousand years, you will always be with me!

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Posted by Elaine Bledsoe on February 25, 2021
I am so saddened to hear the news about Debbie. She was always a loving special friend and a pleasure to work with. Debbie and her family quickly became a part of the Golden Eagle Family and as a brand new franchise owner always made me feel welcome. That was a special gift that Debbie had.  She loved her family and she loved her Tupperware business. I have so many memories of Debbie and her family, the fun at rallies, jubilees in Florida, the times we worked until late at night at the malls, the parties at my house and the times I went to her house to train new people. 

I will always think fondly of those days spent with Debbie. She will be missed by many people. Hugs and much love to her family.
Posted by Vlonda Farr Kearse on February 25, 2021
My heart is so saddened to learn this news. Debbie was a beautiful person and a lovely friend and mentor in the business of Tupperware. My prayers are being lifted up for her family. I was just recently looking at photos from our Golden Eagle days in Florida. Sweet soul, you will be missed.
Posted by Charles Miller on February 18, 2021
Love and miss you for a thousand years, you will always be with me!
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Her Life and Many loves!!


                                            "Debbie E. R. Miller"
                                                    Her Life!


"My Wife, SoulMate and Best Friend" Past away on December 31st 2020. Due to Complications from Covid 19, She was 61Yrs young. 
 
 * Debbie was Born in England on November 13 1959 to the late James Robert Snyder and the Late Jean Evelyn Wakeling from Ipwich England. When her dad left the Air Force they returned to York, Pennsylvania.

*  She has two Sisters Donna Boyce with her husband Tim and there three children. And Tracy Albaugh and her husband Ron and there two children. beside her Parents she also was preceded in death by her to brothers Justin and Randy Snyder.

 * She attended Lincoln Elementary School, Edgar Fahs Smith J.H.S and Graduated from William Penn Senior H.S. Class of 1977. She also Earned a Business Degree from Watauga Community College in Texas.

 * She worked for McCrory 5 and Dime Store, Weis Markets and Playtime Academy also GTE
in Dallas Texas. Her Biggest Accomplishment was Making Director in Tupperware were she retired in 2013, after 22 yrs. 

   She loved life to the fullest specially Tupperware and Camping with her family, she would not say no to anybody and she just loved helping people to reach for and grab there goals.

 * She is lovingly Survived by her Husband of 30 yrs Charles Miller U.S.N. Retired of Virginia. And bed three children their spouses and eight grandchildren.

*  Their Names are:

   -  Richard James Laibly and Michelle his Wife from South Carolina, there three boys  Dominic, Brayden, and C.J.
 
-  Mikael Jon Miller and Peyton his Wife from Virginia, there three children Ryan, Reagan, and Reed.
   
-  Kimberlyjean Evelyn Shifflett her husband Kendall from Virginia and there two daughters Aribella and 
MacKynzie 
     
   She also will be missed by many family members Friends and Co-workers in Pennsylvania, California, Virginia and England. 

     Finally her Legacy will be her beautiful Smile and outgoing and contagious personality. And last but not least my Love are saying "For 99 years and then for another 99 more" till we are back in each other's arms again all my love to you and for you always.



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Shared by Shawn Abicht on February 25, 2021
 I will never forget the times we had  and the fun we shared   while camping or hanging out  at the house creating  ruckus  for you guys . You allways  treated me so well and made feel  so  accepted when I was around . I love and miss you alot    thanks for allways looking out for me when I was around and takeing really good care of me 
Shared by Joan Snyder on February 25, 2021
Debbie 
I have so many wonderful memories with you and the family.  Im sad that i didn't get to see you much in the past few years. I know you are up there with your mom and dad and they welcomed you with loving and opened arms.  I always considered you my (daughter) just like Donna and Tracy.  You will be greatly missed by the family.  I love you Debbie. Till we see each other again.  P.s. give my loved ones a big hug for me. 

Will forever be missed

Shared by Brandon Abicht on February 19, 2021
Aunt debbie i miss you more than you could imagine. Always seeing you guys at Christmas and holidays and all the time at paps house we always loved your visits with us. I know we couldn't see you as often as we wish we could have living in separate states Loved stoping at your tupperware booth at the fair every year to say hi and just talk made my day. There not a day that goes by that i dont stop and think about you and our times we had. Love when you chuck and the kids came to visit all the time. Now you are with pap who i dearly miss as well. Until we meet again i know your watching over me and my family we love you.