Margaret Ann Miller

Margaret Ann Miller

1943-2020Miller, Margaret obit & folder pic

Margaret “Maggie” Ann O’Meara Miller, 77, of Edmond went to be with the Lord on November 7th 2020. She was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on June 24th, 1943. Maggie is survived by her beloved O’Meara sisters, Patricia Schmidt of Caldwell Kansas, Kathleen Marks of Oklahoma City, Rita Mullins of Oklahoma City, and Michelle O’Meara of Tulsa and their families. She is also survived by her children Tom Miller of San Francisco, California, Eddie and Valerie Miller of Golden, Colorado, and Dusty and Margy White of Edmond, Oklahoma. She is survived by her 5 adored grandsons Jackson Scott, Gabe, Cort, and Decker White, and Jake Miller. Maggie is preceded in death by her parents John and Margaret O’Meara, her brother Jack O’Meara, her husband Thomas Miller, and her granddaughter Shannon Margaret Scott. Growing up, Maggie treasured the time she spent with her siblings and throughout her life looked forward to their many gatherings and their obligatory sisters picture. Maggie graduated from Bishop McGuinness High School where she met her high school sweetheart, Tom, along with lifelong friends whom she regularly attended lunch with up until this past spring. She then attended St. Anthony’s School of Nursing where she graduated in 1964 and became a registered nurse. The friends she made during her time at St. Anthony’s remained close with her throughout her life. In 1965 Maggie and Tom married and moved to Washington D.C. where they spent their newlywed years making memories and welcomed their two sons. They moved back home to Oklahoma in 1971, and shortly after their daughter was born. Together they raised their family in Edmond. Maggie took pride in her work as a nurse, but she believed the most important work she did was taking care of her husband and children. In 2011, Maggie rescued her dog Archie who became her closest companion when her husband Tom passed. Maggie was most proud to be “Honey” to her 5 grandsons, and spent the last years of her life cherishing every possible moment with them. Maggie will be laid to rest next to the love of her life in Edmond on Thursday, November 12th, at 2:00 p.m, at Gracelawn cemetery, where Graveside services will be held under the direction of Mathews Funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City.

7 thoughts on “Margaret Ann Miller”

  1. Michelle O'Meara

    Maggie was my older sister by 13 years. I always wanted to be like her, beautiful sweet and kind. She treated me with such patience and kindness throughout my life, even when I deserved otherwise. When I was 8 years old I accidentally caused her prized red sportscar major damage and still she remained so calm and understanding. As I got older and got to spend weeks with Maggie, Tom and their family she showed me how to love your family unconditionally. I never heard her raise her voice to her children. She was amazing. There will never be anyone as sweet and beautiful and kind as my sister Maggie. I love and miss her so much.

  2. The blessing you have are all the wonderful memories you had with your mom. You’re in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. God blessed me with a wonderful and faithful friend. I am forever grateful for having had her in my life. Rest in peace, Maggie.

  4. Kathy O’Meara Bergin

    My cousin, Maggie was a beautiful soul. I always looked up to her and for a long time, I wanted to be a nurse just like her. Maggie was kind and loving and I am so happy that she was a part of my life. My favorite memory of Maggie and Tom was on their wedding day. I always thought that Tom was as handsome as Rod Taylor in “The Birds”, and Maggie was beautiful in her wedding dress and I remember thinking how cool they were as they left the wedding in their convertible, yellow, Volkswagen bug. Peace and love to the whole family.

  5. Rob Dougherty

    Tom, Eddie, Margy and all, So sad to hear this news. Your mom (Mrs. Miller to me) was literally a second mom to me all of those years that I was over there at your house constantly during elementary and after. I have so many memories of her and she was always so welcoming and incredibly nice to me. She never once complained how I was over there so much, eating a lot of your food (including often crashing the family dinners) and messing up the house playing football in the hall with Tom (then Tommy), etc. She was truly the best and we’re all praying for her and all of you. So sorry for your loss and God bless. Rob Dougherty

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