|Hon. Edward Sosnick||
Tue Sep 26th at 3:45|
CHAPEL AT CLOVER HILL
|Elaine Grace Gilbert||
Sun Sep 24th at 11:00|
IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL
Sun Sep 24th at 1:00|
GRAVESIDE AT CLOVER HILL PARK
Doris Miller, 98, of Walnut Creek, California, died on 07 September 2023.
The Funeral was held at IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL on Sunday, 10 September 2023 at 1:00 PM .
Rabbi Robert Dobrusin officiated.
Click to watch a video of the recorded service.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial Park, 28500 W 6 Mile Road, Livonia MI 48152.
The family of Doris Miller will be gathering through the evening of Monday, September 11 at the residence of Andy and Marla Moiseev, 26041 Dundee, Huntington Woods, Michigan MI 48070.
On Sunday, family and friends will be gathering immediately following the interment service until 8:30 p.m. Shiva will continue on Monday, September 11 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Religious services will be conducted on Sunday and Monday at 7:00 p.m.
Doris Lucille Miller, 98, of Walnut Creek, California, died peacefully at home on September 7, 2023. Born in Detroit, MI, Doris grew up in a large extended family and a community active in Jewish traditions. She was a brilliant student and started college at 16 years old. Doris graduated with a major in chemistry from Wayne State University where she met Arthur as he was finishing up his studies in Medical school. They married, started a family and moved to Chicago for Arthur’s professional career. Doris worked as a medical technician until the family grew and moved to Highland Park, IL. Doris was active in numerous school, arts and charitable activities in Highland Park and North Shore Chicago.
Doris and Arthur relocated to Ann Arbor, MI in 1969. After Arthur’s passing in 1971, Doris worked at Kitchen Port, excelling at a 20-year career as a retail purchasing and marketing manager for cookware. In Ann Arbor, she participated in a wide variety of clubs. After retiring, Doris ran the gift shop at Congregation Beth Israel.
Doris moved to Rossmoor in Walnut Creek, CA in 2011 to be close to family and friends and dedicated herself to an array of charitable and cultural pursuits.
Throughout the moves Doris made friends and created community everywhere. She enjoyed gatherings, cooking, gardening, travel, nature and museum outings, along with an unquenchable pursuit of knowledge. Doris was an avid reader, film and theater-goer and kept up with current events and technology. She was an artist, scientist, and “intellectual” to the core. Above all she was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, cousin and friend.
Beloved wife of the late Arthur Miller. Cherished mother of Elissa Ruth Miller, Madeline Sue Miller, and the late Cynthia May Miller. Treasured grandmother of Anika May Rice. Loving sister of the late Phyllis (the late Albert) Conn and the late Harvey David Lipton (the late Anita Rogers). Dear daughter of the late Samuel and the late Malviene Lipchinsky.
It is suggested that those who wish to further honor the memory of Doris Miller may do so by making a contribution to:
Cornell Lab of OrnithologyClick to Visit Charity Website
MazonClick to Visit Charity Website