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Caroline Carrie Miller

November 7, 1935 — January 16, 2024


Caroline Carrie Miller

Caroline's wishes were to be cremated with Private Family Graveside Services at Garfield Cemetery in Webb, Iowa.


     Caroline Carrie (Fales) Miller was born on November 7, 1935 on a farm near Laurens, Iowa. She was the daughter of Roy and Mildred (Holcomb) Fales and would become the sister to four brothers. Caroline graduated from Webb High School in 1954. She was united in marriage to Roger W. Miller on October 17th, 1954.

     Caroline and Roger raised their three children in Fostoria, Iowa. Her home became a place to gather for many of the neighborhood kids. Known for loading up kids in her Plymouth Valiant to go rollerskating on Friday nights in Spencer, having the knack to find four leaf clovers every single time, making her famous chocolate chip cookies and Blarney Stones, stray cats becoming permanent residents, an avid fan of Elvis Presley, and the infamous wooden spoon.

     After her youngest started school, she worked off and on at Wonder Whip of Fostoria until she went to work at Farmers Savings Bank. Caroline retired after over twenty years of working at the bank. Known as Nana, she cherished her time spent spoiling her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

     Caroline Miller passed away peacefully at her home in Fostoria, Iowa on January 16, 2024 at the age of eighty-eight.

     Left to cherish her memory include her children: Catherine Meyer of Milford, IA, Michael (Kim) Miller of Milford, IA, James Miller of Fostoria, IA; grandchildren: Heath Miller, Jessica, and Kyle Meyer, Nick, Arin, and Jenna Miller, and Eric Miller; nine great-grandchildren; a brother, Eugene Fales of Spirit Lake, IA; as well as nieces, nephews, and family friends.

     Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband Roger of fifty-five years, and brothers; Wendell, Dale, and Donald.

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