Alice K. Miller, daughter of the late Theodore Gibson and Mary (Gibson) Johnson, was born on February 6, 1947, in Chillicothe Ohio. Alice “Sister Kay” Miller attended South High School in Springfield, Ohio and received her Bachelors in Theology from Tabernacle Bible Institute in Dayton, Ohio. Sis. Kay (as she was fondly known) was formerly employed as a clerk at Howard’s IGA and a phlebotomist at L. I. Plasma Center in Springfield for several years, before resigning her position to fulfill her first ministry of raising her children.
Sis. Kay was married to the late Ronald L. Miller Sr. for fifty-one years. Their marriage produced five children, Chris, Stacey, Ronald Jr., Michelle and Michael. Sister Kay loved spending time with her five children and eight grandchildren. However, though she loved them dearly, her greatest love was for her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Sis. Kay gave herself to God and was saved, sanctified and filled with the Holy Ghost in 1972. She thenanswered the call to preach the gospel in 1974 and never looked back. During the course of her journey Sis. Kay served God and His people in multiple positions on the local and national level of the Church of God Militant Pillar and Ground of the Truth (more than can be listed here). One of the fondest memories of the Springfield church is when she led the song “I’m Still Holding On” in the church choir. Sis. Kay was installed as Assistant Pastor of Church of MPG of T, Springfield, in 1995 and served faithfully in this position until she was called home.
Sis. Kay was preceded in death by her husband Ronald Miller Sr., her parents Theodore Gibson and Mary (Gibson) Johnson, siblings Arthur (Sonny) Thompson, Gloria Jean (Suthers) Thompson, Mini Thompson and her grandson Tyson Miller. She leaves to celebrate her life her children, Chris (Tanya) Miller, Stacey Miller (Stephanie Rhodes), Ronald Jr. (Semi) Miller, Michelle (Jayson) Thompson, Michael (Johnnie) Miller; eight grandchildrenLashay, Noah, Houston, Josiah, Jayla, Faith, Micah and Jayson Jr; siblings Margie (Frank) Tuck, Loretta (Larry) Portis, William “Uncle Duckie” Thompson; special brother Nathaniel Mitchell; best friend and partner in ministry Pastor Dr. Hattie Millender; and a host of family and friends.
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