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Kathy Sue (Sue Baby) Miller

Memorial for Kathy Sue (Sue Baby) Miller

Born in Wichita, Kansas on Dec. 16, 1957
Departed on May 19, 2009 and resided in Austin, TX.
Visitation: Monday, May 25, 2009
12 pm - 8:00 pm
Service: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
1:00 pm
Cemetery: Wright Cemetery
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On December 16, 1957, Charles and Eunice Merle Williams were blessed with the birth of their only daughter Kathy Sue Williams-Miller. This blissful affair occurred in Wichita, Kansas. Kathy is preceded in death by both parents Charles Williams and Eunice Mirl Williams and a host of Aunts and Uncles.

At an early age, Kathy accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior and was baptized at Mount Gilead Baptist Church in Lubbock, TX. Even though Kathy was born in Kansas, her roots were nurtured in Lubbock, TX where she attended Wheatley Elementary, Alderson Junior High School and Estacada High School. While some chose dance in high school Kathy chose band. Kathy was a member of the "Mighty Matador Marching Band" of Estacada High School where she played the clarinet. After graduation and welcoming her first born, Tamicha Shonia Williams, Kathy pursued an education at Texas Tech University where she studied Business Administration. While at college Kathy was swept off her feet by Dave Allan Miller a native of Austin, TX. Five years later this union gave Kathy her second daughter; Dawona Lakesh Miller.

After receiving her father's blessing Kathy relocated to Austin, TX where she would complete her education in Business Administration at Austin School of Business. While in Austin, Kathy and Dave later became the proud parents of two more children Jherikia Shantelle Miller and Dave Allan Miller III.

Kathy was employed by the State of Texas at the Texas Department of Health for over 12 years. At the Texas Department of Health she was influential in the allocation of care to critically ill and disabled children also known as CIDC. Kathy was also employed as a Travis County District Clerk for two years. As one of the district clerks she was instrumental in maintaining court records and documents. During her employment at the Texas Department of Health Kathy became acquainted with Toni Martin. Kathy and Toni were two that one would describe as "Two Peas in a Pod." Their friendship was everlasting. Kathy finally got the sister that she had never had. Through the friendship Toni invited Kathy to her grandfather's church. Kathy shortly after joined the St. James Missionary Baptist Church family and has been a member since then.

On Tuesday morning, May 19, 2009, Kathy found the peace that surpasses all understanding, and ceased the suffering of this world, to the sweet peace of eternal rest. She leaves to the grace of the Almighty God a husband, Dave Miller; three daughters, Tamicha Williams of Austin, TX, Dawona & Lafayette Miles of Houston, TX, Jherikia Miller of Houston, TX, one son Dave Allan Miller III of Austin, TX, five brothers and four sisters-in-law; Charles Ray & Clemmie Williams of Perryville, MD, Robert Wayne & Carolyn Williams of Flower Mound, TX, Kenneth & Oran Williams of Lubbock, TX, Daniel & Nicole of Fort Worth, TX, Neal Williams of Lubbock, TX, three grandchildren; Charunice Phagans, Trinity Blair and Treyvon Johnson; her mother's youngest sister Lackie Lee Johnson; her father's youngest brother Richard Williams; three God-children Briana Martin, Regis Wilson, and Eleah Wilson; and a host of nieces, nephews and adopted children. Through the friendship of Toni Wilson, Kathy inherited the entire Martin family; Bill and Evelyn Martin as God-parents, Toni Wilson-Martin, Lori Martin-Rollins, Lisa Martin- Curtis, William Martin, and Terry Martin.

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