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Mary L. Baker Miller
October 26, 1948 ~ June 17, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Mary Louise Baker Miller, a cherished member of the community, a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and a dear friend, passed away peacefully on June 17, 2023, at the age of 74. Her departure leaves a void in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.
Mary was born on October 26, 1948, in Sandusky, Ohio. She grew up in a loving household to her late parents, Chester and Iverna (nee Bebout) Fisher, surrounded by the values of love, compassion, and hard work, which she carried throughout her life.
On her journey, Mary found love and companionship in Ronald Jay Miller, her devoted companion and husband of 43 years. Together, they created a life filled with joy, laughter, and shared experiences. Ronald was a constant source of support and love for Mary, and their bond was an inspiration to all who knew them.
Mary's love and devotion extended to her children and grandchildren. She was a loving mother to her son, Jason, and his wife Jacqueline, and her grandchildren, Sheri, Charlene, Jennifer, Haisley, and Daniel. Their presence brought immense joy to her life, and she cherished every moment spent with them. Mary also celebrated the blessing of eight great-grandchildren, who filled her heart with love and delight.
Throughout her life, Mary was an active member of the community and involved in various organizations. She dedicated her time and energy to the VFW Auxiliary, where she held esteemed positions such as Past District President and Past Auxiliary President. Mary's commitment and service to the organization were a testament to her strong character and unwavering dedication.
As a profession, Mary made her career working for the Lorain County Office on Aging.
Mary's interests and hobbies were as vibrant and varied as her spirit. She found joy in traveling, espically from the late 80’s early 90’s when she traveled all over the region with Bill Tippie’s American Legion Post 30 baseball teams. Also, exploring new places, and experiencing different cultures. She had a deep passion for Traveling Baseball and enjoyed cheering for her favorite team, the Cleveland Indians and Pittsburgh Steelers. Mary also had a knack for camping and found solace in the great outdoors. She expressed her creativity through ceramics, cooking, and baking, specializing in crafting exquisite wedding cakes. Her culinary delights brought smiles to countless faces. The Christmas season held a special place in Mary's heart, as she reveled in the joy and warmth it brought to her family and friends.
Mary Louise Baker Miller will forever be remembered for her love, generosity, and zest for life. Her vivacious spirit and warm presence will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Mary is survived by her loving husband and companion, Ronald Jay Miller; son, Jason (Jacqueline); grandchildren, Daniel, Sheri, Charlene, Jennifer, and Haisley; eight great-grandchildren; and her brother, Charles "Chuck" (Georgia). She was preceded in death by her son, Robert Baker, in 2012, her brother and sister-in-law, Chester and Rita Fisher, and her mother-in-law, Thelma "Pee Wee" Ferrell.
A Memorial Service to celebrate the life of Mary Louise Baker Miller will be held at 3 PM on Saturday, July 22nd 2023 at Rosebud Party Center 4505 Oberlin Ave. Lorain, Oh 44052, where friends will be received from 2 PM until 6 PM.
Mary's memory will forever be etched in our hearts. Her legacy of love, compassion, and dedication will continue to inspire us. May she rest in eternal peace, knowing the profound impact she made on those around her.