Kimberley Miller of Breckenridge

Kimberley Miller, age 50 of Breckenridge, died Saturday, October 23, 2010, at her residence.  A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m., Wednesday, October 27th, at the Miller Residence, 1402 CR 192, in the Harpersville Community of Stephens County, with Rev. Joel D. Sanders officiating.  Services have been entrusted to Morehart Mortuary. 

Kimberley Faith Nichols was born on February 1, 1960 in Andrews, Texas to parents, Billy Gene Nichols and Martha Sue Sanders Nichols.  She graduated from Andrews High School in 1978.  Kim married Steven Wayne “Toy” Miller on September 8, 1985 in Sheridan, Montana.  They lived in Montana, Oklahoma and Texas.  In 2008, Kim and Toy moved to Stephens County where they made their home in the Harpersville Community.  Kim worked as the dietary supervisor of the Pawhuska Hospital in Pawhuska, Oklahoma and later as the manager of the Woodland Village Apartment Complex in Breckenridge.  A very talented artist, Kim loved to paint, often using many different mediums.  She was also a wonderful cook and loved and enjoyed her grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents.

Kim is survived by her husband, Toy Miller of Breckenridge; one daughter, Tiffany Linden of Breckenridge; one son, Eric Miller of Novice; one adopted daughter, Belinda Davis of Breckenridge; one adopted son, Ellis Green of Breckenridge; two sisters, Cynthia Hagan and husband, Wayne of Oologah, OK and Brenda Stephens and husband, David of Odessa; one brother, Joe Michael Nichols and wife, Veronica of Garden City, KS; four grandchildren, John “J.W.” Linden II, Kali Linden, Alan Toy Linden and Gavin Miller; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.  

Kim will always be remembered as a gracious wife, mother and sister who will be dearly missed.  She had a kind and gentle spirit and never met a stranger.  Kim impacted the lives of everyone around her; and she imprinted the hearts of her family as the Lord imprinted the sands.  Her journey through life was filled with many ventures and her greatest journey has just begun.  Her family will carry her in their hearts until they are reunited in Heaven.     

Memorials may be made to the Lupus Foundation of America or the American Heart Association and may be left at Morehart Mortuary.  Condolences may be sent online at www.morehartmortuary.net.