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Adda Mae Miller

02/17/1931 - 10/09/2020

Adda Mae (Good) Miller, 89, peacefully passed away on October 9, 2020  in Mesa, Arizona.  Adda Mae was an inspiration to her family and those who knew her.  She was a woman of faith and had many talents.  After completing school in Cosmetology, she owned her own business for several years.   After moving to Kentucky she took art lessons from Russell May and became an impressive artist working mainly with oils.  She pieced together beautiful quilts, and she was a very good cook.

Adda Mae was born February 17, 1931 in Dahlgreen, Illinois, daughter of Almon and Dessie (Jones) Good.  She was married to the late Shirley Ray Miller for 41 years.

Surviving are three sons, Raymond Howard (Vicki) of Gaston, SC, Randy LeRoy (Juanita) of Mesa, AZ and Ronald Lindy (Jill) of Elko, NV.  One daughter, Roxanna Mae (Rodney) Courtney of Reno, NV.

She had 11 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and 4 great-great grandchildren.

She is survived by her brothers, Warren C Good of Sutherlin, OR and Kenneth Good of Kingman, AZ and sisters, Edna Breeze of Mt. Vernon, IL and Marilyn Breeze of Bluford, IL.

Preceding her in death were her parents; three brothers: Leland, Isaac Russell and infant Almon Dean Good; three sisters: Rose Marie Payton, Mary DeJournett and Minnie Millenbine; and loving husband.

Adda Mae was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and aunt. Strong in her faith, her favorite hymn was sung by Johnny Cash “I Won’t Have to Cross Jordan Alone.”

Memorial services will be held at a later date in the Spring.  The family asks that in lieu of flowers that you give to your favorite charity.

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  • Robin Dutton Davison

    Sincere condolences to Mae’s family. Mae was a spitfire, she said what she meant, and meant what she said. She was confident and caring and was quite funny if she had the opportunity. I appreciated her every day I worked with her and have thought about her in the years since. She was quite a little lady and I’m blessed I got the opportunity to know her.
    ~Prayers for the family.

  • George Breeze and Linda

    Loving aunt. Sorry for your loss

  • She was a very special lady. She was a great sister in law and I loved her so much. You all have our sympathy.

  • Even as a child I loved her vivacious personality

  • My sympathy is with you and your family.

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