Vermilion Mourns The Loss Of Community Advocate Karen Miller3 min read
The Vermilion group mourns the decline of community advocate Karen Lynn Miller. Karen, 59, handed absent on January 1, 2021, at UPMC Jameson Hospital thanks to COVID-19. She was a resident of Huron, OH and Pulaski Township, PA, and actively included in selling and preserving the city of Vermilion, OH.
From 2011 to 2015 Karen owned and posted a weekly on the web local community newspaper, Vermilion Online News. The information supply promoted Vermilion, Ohio, its activities, organizations, businesses and constructive news. She was the Gross sales Supervisor for Vermilion Ohio News from 2008 to 2011, doing the job with Vermilion businesses homeowners and non revenue leaders to market their small organizations and companies. She was an energetic member of several local community teams in Vermilion. Karen experienced a coronary heart for many others and constantly discovered approaches to give back to her local community.
From 2000 to 2011 Karen was a Receptive Tour Operator in New Wilmington, PA and Vermilion. She was an Administrative Assistant of lumber yards from 1990 to 2003 in New Wilmington, New Castle, and Volant, PA. Karen gained organization and accounting degrees by Penn State College and Shenango Valley School of Small business.
Karen retired in 2015, but continued to support make improvements to and preserve Vermilion. She was a member of the Vermilion Lighthouse Committee. Her initiatives aided elevate cash and consciousness to restore and maintain the iconic historic lighthouse in great get. She was also concerned with Gown to Succeed, an business in Youngstown that gives free clothing to all those in need to have.
Karen grew up paying her summers on the shores of Lake Erie. Thanks to her enjoy of the space she and her partner, Jim, owned a residence in Huron and spent a great deal of their time in Vermilion. Karen loved combing the shoreline for seaside glass and fortunate stones, which she would use to develop personalized pieces of artwork and jewelry for her close friends and relatives. Karen enjoyed crafting, scrapbooking and card making.
Karen was born on November 19, 1961, in Pittsburgh to Thomas Clark and Jean Heckel Clark Doyle. She married James R. Miller on January 12, 1996. She was of the United Methodist faith.
Alongside with her partner, Jim, Karen is survived by one son, Shawn (Paige) Gorley of Stow, Ohio one daughter, Elizabeth (Brian) Wilson of Sharon 3 grandsons, Trystan and Ashton Gorley of Riverton, Wyoming, and Wyatt Gorley of Stow, Ohio her mother and stepfather, Jean and Mark Doyle of Point out College or university two sisters, Kathy (Chris) Pechtold of Warriors Mark, Pennsylvania, and Ann (Cory) Herlocher of Spring, Texas one brother, Jeffrey (Colleen) Clark of Pittsburgh her previous partner, Bruce (Sybil) Gorley of Mercer her stepmother, Maria Clark of Malone, New York, and a lot of nieces and nephews, as nicely as the mates that grew to become family (aka her “framily”, Karen’s favorite term). Her father and grandparents preceded her in dying.
A private assistance will be held at a afterwards day and time. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Smith Funeral Household, New Wilmington, PA.