Virginia Earleen Kelley-Miller
Class of 1961
Virginia Earleen Kelley Miller
(September 25, 1943 - June 2, 2011)
Virginia Earleen K. Miller (67) beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away after a brief illness on Thursday, June 2, 2011.
She was the wife of Carroll G. Miller of Covington.
Her early years were spent in Portsmouth, Virginia, where she graduated from Cradock High School and attended Frederick College. After living in Menlo Park, CA she moved to New Orleans area thirty years ago. She worked as the registrar of Arden Cahill Academy as an assistant to a dean at Tulane University School of Medicine and administrative assistant at Daughters of Charity. While pursuing her love of Cajun dancing, Earleen met Carroll and they married in 1995. They were active members of the RV club, Cajun Kruisers, with whom they attended rallies and traveled throughout the U.S.A. Their most memorable trip was to Alaska in 2001.
Earleen was predeceased by her parents Wilson Earl and Martha Stroud Kelley and her nephew, Matthew D. Carey. She is survived by her daughter Kimberly Williams Jarlock and her husband Tom of Mandeville, LA; her son Erik C. Beuerman and his wife Jane of Dracut, MA. She leaves six grandchildren: Andrew B. Williams, Lydia E.Williams, and Matthew C. Williams of Mandeville; Joshua V. Beuerman, Alexander Beuerman of New York and Rafael Beuerman of Dracut, MA who will all miss their Memaw very much. She is also survived by her sister, Jeanne K. Carey and her husband, Dennis of Massachusetts; nieces, Melissa K. Edelmann of RI and Jami White of TN; an aunt Charlena Green of VA as well as many cousins spread throughout the Tidewater, VA area and the U.S.
Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral service at St. Benedict Catholic Church, 20307 Smith Rd., Covington, LA 70435 E.J. on Monday, June 6, 2011 at 11:00 AM followed by a reception in the church hall.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to the Hospice of St. Tammany, 4410 Hwy 22, Mandeville, LA 70471.
E. J. Fielding Funeral Home
June 4, 2011