Harriet Miller

Harriet Sadie Miller

July 2, 1921 - August 7, 2020
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Harriet Sadie (Sherwood) Miller was born July 2, 1921, in Draper, SD, to Sidney W. Sherwood and Katherine J. (Traub) Sherwood.
She married Art Miller on September 21, 1941. To this union, three children were born: Janice (Dennis) Jensen, Sturgis, Marian Dalton, Sturgis, and Dennis (Vixie) Miller, Sheridan, WY. Harriet has 10 grandchildren, 4 step-grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, and 35 great-great-grandchildren.
Harriet and Art farmed and ranched until June of 1990, when they sold the farm and moved to Whitewood. They enjoyed several years of retirement, moving to Sturgis in 2000 to be closer to the nursing home where Art resided. After Art’s death in 2006, she moved to Janice Jensen’s home and lived there 11 years before entering the nursing home.
She was a faithful servant of the Lord and spent many hours reading her bible. She loved Sundays so she could go to church. Harriet was a member of the United Methodist Church in Sturgis.
Harriet went to be with Jesus on August 7, 2020. She will be remembered as a loving mother, grandma, and friend.
Private family services will be held Tuesday, August 11, 2020, at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis with burial in Bear Butte Cemetery in Sturgis.
Harriet said, “My greatest desire for my family is for them to know the Lord.”
Memorials have been established to the United Methodist Church and to Northern Hills Hospice.
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  • Private Family Funeral Service

    Kinkade Funeral Chapel
    1235 Junction Ave.
    Sturgis, SD 57785
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    Pastor Jenene Earl


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Harvey Sherwood

Posted at 06:37pm
So sorry to hear of Aunt Harriet passing. May the lord wrap his loving arms around her.


Posted at 05:20pm
So sorry for your loss. She was such a sweet kind lady. She will be missed.

Melodee Ulmer

Posted at 02:17pm
I meet Grandma ( it's what she wanted us to call her) when I worked at Howdys in whitewood she would come in to have coffee with friends and family and all she wanted was some hot water. I would tell her that I would not charge her for the tea bag but she would say I'll she needs is hot water. I now drink hot water because I tryed it to see what she liked about it.. she will be truly missed by all RIP Grandma. We love you Mel & Mark Ulmer

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