Lenora Miller was born March 20, 1952 in Holly Grove Arkansas to the late Leroy Davis, and Catherine Brown/Davis. She was the sixth of twelve children
She attended Holly Grove Vocational High School and later moved to Kansas City, MO in 1970 where she met and married her late husband William Miller. The two were joined in marriage on August 12, 1984 and had two beautiful daughters Tenesha and Tyekesha Miller.
Lenora was raised in the church and accepted Christ at an early age. She was a member of Faith Tabernacle Deliverance Ministry.
Lenora was employed at the Kansas City School District for worker for 10 years where she later retired. During her retirement she worked for Little Sisters of the Poor.
Lenora was known for her sweet spirt and always helping others. During her long-lived life Lenora enjoyed spending time with her two daughters, going to church, family gatherings, traveling, shopping, reading her bible and most importantly spending time with her 10 grandchildren. She was a beloved mother, sister, and granny.
She proceeds in death by her husband William Miller of 36 years, Father Leroy Davis, Mother Catherine Davis, brother Clarence Davis, brother Larry Davis, and brother Leroy Davis jr.
Lenora departed peacefully at Lees Summit Medical Center September 21, 2021 surrounded by family.
She leaves to cherish in her precious memory: Her loving daughters Tenesha Miller, Tyekesha Miller; five sisters, Christine Martin, Jewestine Robinson (Johnny), Shirley Locke (Robert), Emma Johnson (Chester), Linda Smith (Lafayette). Three brothers Albert Davis, Van Davis (Debra), and Paul Davis (Danita). Ten special Grandchildren that meant the world to her, one aunt Gurtie Williams, and a host of nieces and nephews.
Lenora will greatly be missed and always remembered.
“He only takes the BEST God saw that she was getting tired, A cure was not to be. So, he put his arms around her and whispered, “Come with Me”. Although we loved her dearly, we could not make her stay. A pure golden heart stopped beating, her hard-working hands to rest. God broke our hearts to prove he only takes the BEST”…. We going to be OK Mama you can rest!
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