Marion Kay Miller

Marion Kay Miller, 74 of Mt. Jackson, died Monday, October 10, 2011 at Consulate Health Care in Woodstock.

She was born December 21, 1936 at Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, daughter of the late Verlin Russell Proctor, Jr. and Anna Mae Walters Proctor Funkhouser.

She retired from the Federal Government Navy Department.

Mrs. Miller was a very active member of New Market Seventh Day Adventist Church and served on various committees.

She was married June 9, 1963 to Edwin Lee Miller who predeceased her May 26, 2008.

She is survived by a sister Gloria Poe of Edinburg; two brothers, Gary K. Proctor of Edinburg and Verlin “Rusty” Proctor III of Mt. Jackson; and a number of nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Miller was also predeceased by a brother, Jack Allen Proctor, Sr.

Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at New Market Seventh Day Adventist Church with Pastor Shane Anderson officiating. Burial will follow at Mt. Jackson Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Davis Rosen, Scott Proctor, William Proctor, Neal Buckingham, Jake Martin and Bill Little.

The family will receive friends Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson and also any time at the home of Rusty Proctor, 20 Beaver Lane, Mt. Jackson.

Memorial contributions may be made to New Market SDA Church Community Services Fund, 62 W. Lee Highway, New Market, VA 22844 or Mt. Jackson Rescue and Fire Department, P.O. Box 251, Mt. Jackson, VA 22842.

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4 Condolences to Marion Kay Miller

  1. Dave Miller says:

    Kay was a loving and caring person and will be missed greatly by us all. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family and all of those that Kay touched throughout her life.

    Dave Miller –

    Gary Proctor, stepfather
    Nancy Proctor, mother

  2. Noah Foley says:

    A friend in the 50s and now the LORD has called her home , will be miss

  3. Peggy Buckingham says:

    Kay was a great friend, loving person who cared about children, her church, friends and family. She will be missed by all. The next face she sees will be Jesus.

  4. Bob Blum says:

    It is with much sadness that I learned of Kay’s passing. We worked together at the Department of the Navy and during that time I came to know Kay as a valued friend. She added immeasurably to our workplace, not only by her professionalism and capability, but by her upbeat manner. I always enjoyed our exchange of e-mails and cards over the years since our retirement. It was a privilege to have known Kay and to have been able to call her my friend. I offer my sincere condolences to her family and her many other close friends.