Gloria Hunt Miller, 92, of Camden, the longtime operator of the Carl Miller Funeral Property, an unflagging advocate for the city’s needy and underserved, and a pillar of her church, died in her rest Saturday, Aug. 21, at property.
The result in of death was not however manufactured public, her family reported, but she experienced a stroke a handful of decades back and experienced a latest heritage of congestive heart failure.
A graduate of Chester Higher School and Cheyney Condition Academics Higher education, Mrs. Miller meant to become an elementary school instructor. Her appreciation of schooling and really like of children, she instructed her household later on, built that decision obvious.
But she satisfied Carl Miller Jr. at a Cheyney football game in 1950. They married that calendar year, and she joined him as co-operator of his Carl Miller Funeral Residence, which is billed now as the oldest Black-owned mortuary