Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Saturday, December 5, 1964
Mrs. Ethel Miller, Grocery Firm Employee, Dead
Mrs. Ethel Ann Miller, 63, died at St. Joseph's Hospital after an illness of three months. Death was attributed to emphysema, a lung ailment, and heart trouble.
Mrs. Miller was employed as a billing clerk at Morgan Bros. & Co., a wholesale grocery firm.
She was born March 1, 1901, at Lookout, Idaho, the daughter of Joseph and Ella Hanks. She lived at Lookout until 1920, when she moved with her parents to Lenore. She attended Pullman High School and Kinman Business University at Spokane. She married Loren W. Miller at Spokane, Oct. 22, 1923. He died in 1951. They lived at Bonners Ferry between 1923 and 1927 and then moved to Lewiston.
Survivors include two sons, Norman B. Miller and Gerald Miller, both of Lewiston; two daughters, Mrs. Lorene Cramer of Orem, Utah, and Mrs. Marguerite Hayden of Clarkston; three sisters, Mrs. Lois Johnson of Clarkston, Mrs. Maxine Sundstrom of Lewiston and Mrs. Muriel McFadden of Portland; five brothers, Marion Hanks and Forrest Hanks, both of Lewiston, Elvin Hanks of Spokane, and Wilmer Hanks of Spokane, and Ralph Hanks of Seattle; a step-brother, Gene Pontius of Lewiston, and 18 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Brower-Wann Chapel, with the Rev. Arlie Whybark of the Clarkston United Brethren Church officiating. Burial will be at Normal Hill Cemetery. The family has suggested memorials may be made to the cancer fund.