Carol Sue Miller

Carol Sue Miller


Born in Erick, Oklahoma to Edith and James Conway August 12, 1946, Carol Sue has lived in Edmond, Oklahoma for the past 22 years, married to her favorite person in the world, Earnest “Red” Miller since November 20, 1964.

Carol Sue was the sweetest, most caring Christian woman who prayed daily for her family and loved God with all of her heart. She attended Life Church and was active in her Life Group. She loved reading the Bible and she loved America and was a devout patriot. Two things Carol would want everyone reading this obituary to know: Everyone needs Jesus and no, she did NOT have Covid.

Sunday, March 7, 2021, Carol Sue passed away suddenly and peacefully in their 2nd home at Lake Texoma, one of their favorite places to be, after a wonderful time with family and friends. She is reunited in heaven with their daughter Teresa Dawn, son David Lee, granddaughter Angela Dawn, her sisters JoAnn and Lois, brothers Larry, Monte and Johnny, her mother and dad Edith and James, and a host of many other beloved family and friends who have passed on before us.

We celebrate her life and service to our family and to God and we rest in the knowledge that she is happy, young, and healthy again and we look forward to joining her one day in the future. We thank God for blessing us with such a beautiful and loving soul for all these years. She is forever in our hearts.

A graveside Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, March 12th at Mayfield Cemetery at 2:00 p.m. Visitation will be held on Thursday, March 11th from 1:00-8:00 p.m. at Matthews Funeral Home.

9 thoughts on “Carol Sue Miller”

  1. Shirley and Paul Cole

    Many memories of our good times together! Our thoughts and condolences to the Miller family. Sure will miss my “Casino Buddy”.

  2. Steve and Janis Arrington

    We will miss seeing that beautiful friend take her daily walks past our trailer. Janis will always cherish the intimate conversations she and Carol shared about our children and grandchildren in Heaven. The shared notes how to make the best Covid filtered Masks with Carol and Red in 2020. Carol laughing so hard when long lost “Cuzin Dan Miller” showed up at Red’s birthday party. Carol will always fill our hearts with fond memories of love and laughter; the friend we will always claim as family. We will continue to love Red for you, Carol.❤

  3. Gwen Gillum

    I have not seen Carol since we graduated in 1964 but it sounds like she hadn’t changed a bit. I remember her as a very pretty young girl who was sweet & kind to everyone. I’m so thankful her family has the assurance that she is in the arms of Jesus.

  4. Paula Cuble

    Mrs. Carol will be missed she was a beautiful person inside and out. My prayers are for the family because Mrs. Carol is with her heavenly Father.

  5. James Skaggs

    Carol you have been my mom for almost 10 years, I am so thankful for you. I love you and miss you cant wait to see you again.

  6. Carol was a prayer warrior, she loved Jesus and her family. One of the sweetest ladies I have ever known. Always praying for everyone’s needs in our bible study. She will be missed. She was our sister in Christ and we loved her.

  7. Elizabeth Kruger

    Carol is a dear sister and a sweet friend to me. She joined our Life Group Bible study and was part of us until she went home to be with Jesus. She loves the Word of God and loves all of us. I purposefully have used the ‘present tense’ while describing our Carol. My heart sank when I found out that she has gone home. Today, I can say that I am so proud of Carol, and all her sisters in the Tuesday’s Bible study know that we will see her again in Heaven.

  8. Barbara Denton

    Carol was a wonderful Christian and Patriot and one of sweetest people I know. I so looked forward to seeing her each Tuesday night at Life Group and looking each day for her IM on what she perceived to be worthy of our attention and prayer. She was so faithful and her message was simple, “follow Jesus and pray for our children”. I will miss her so much. Red, I will be praying for you and family. May God comfort you with his peace.

  9. Lindsay Winslow

    I worked with Carol for many years at Epworth Villa. I always looked forward to the days we worked together. We had some great times and great talks. She sure did love her family. She was like a second mom to me those years we worked together. I think of her often and with great fondness. I can tell she touched many lives and I pray her kind spirit will live on in all of us.

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