Rozella Miller


Rozella (Rose) Miller, 80, died Saturday October 23rd, 2021, at Missouri Slope nursing home in Bismarck North Dakota. She was born on March 3rd, 1941, in Sheridan Wyoming to the

parents of George and Ruth (Heth) Klein, and was raised and educated it Mott, ND.

On July 6th, 1962, she married the love of her life David C. Miller. Together they had two beautiful children, Bruce and Rhonda. She was blessed with 3 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. She worked as a CNA for 35 years and upon retirement she was a childcare provider. Rose had a great sense of humor, and her generosity and love is what we will miss most about her.

As husband and wife, Rose and David enjoyed going on motorcycle rides, going flying in David’s plane, camping and boating. When David was ill, she spent her days taking care of him and she enjoyed every minute of spending her days with her husband.  Upon David’s passing, she got into gardening, reading, and her all-time favorite, word search puzzle books. As a resident of Missouri Slope, she enjoyed playing bingo, cards and working on jigsaw puzzles.

Rose loved her family more than life itself. Within the last   couple of years, she grew a special bond with her niece, Jo Lynn Klein.

She was preceded in death by her husband; David Miller, her two children: Bruce Miller and Rhonda Snider, her 1 great granddaughter; Saphera Gemar, her siblings; Donald Klein, Raymond Klein, Garry Klein, Elaine (Klein) Luke, and Linda (Klein) Spear.

She is survived by her 3 grandchildren; Jonathan (Wendy) Gemar, Jesse Gemar, and Katie Snider, her 4 great grandchildren; Izabella Gemar, Madalynne Gemar, Penelope Gemar, and Terrance Sabo, her siblings; Arlene (Klein) Rose, Sharon (Klein) Zimmerman, and George Klein JR, along with many nieces and nephews and friends.

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Beautiful picture of Aunt Rosie. The way I remember her. Rest In Peace Aunt Rosie. Was so glad to see her at Moms 80th birthday. Love ❤️ you

Aunt Rosie was an amazing soul. She will be forever lived and missed. So hlad younhad Jo Lynn there for the last few years. We all love you. Give my dad, Donald and my husband, Ronald a hug hug from his family. So gad you are reunites with your family. May you rest in peace and live in the glory of God’s spirit always. Love you, your neice, Lori