Information for Lydia Otto Miller
19 February, 1920 3 April, 1992
The Idaho Press-Tribune
April, 1992

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Lydia Miller

    Funeral services and Christian burial for Lydia Miller, 72, of Middleton, who went to be with her Lord Friday, April 3, 1992, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 10, 1992, at Trinity Lutheran Church, at 4th and McConnell Streets, Parma.  Pastor Michael McCoy of Redeemer Lutheran Church, Emmett, will officiate.  Burial will follow at the Parma Cemetery.  Services are under the direction of Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
    Mom was born to Christ and Olga Otto, February 19, 1920, at Jordan, Montana.  She married Dad (Albert Miller of Fairfax, S. Dakota), April 22, 1941, at Steele, N. Dakota.  They spend their younger years in South Dakota before moving to Payette in 1954.  She was a full-time farm wife and mother to her husband and two sons.  In 1965 they moved to Parma where they lived until moving to Middleton in 1988.
    She is survived by her two sons and daughters-in-law, Larry and Carolyn and Darrel and Peggy Miller, all of Middleton; four grandchildren, David Miller of Boise, Annette Miller of New Rochelle, New York, Patrick Miller with the 82nd Airborne in Vicinza, Italy, and Michael Miller of Fort Lupton, Colorado; four stepgrandchildren, Ronda Simpson of Nyssa, Oregon, Gordon "Chip" Stringer with the U.S. Navy in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Todd Pruyn of Nyssa and Dawn Stringer of Middleton; two stepgreat-granddaughters, Kayla and Amanda Simpson of Nyssa; five brothers, Richard Otto of Bowdon, N. Dakota, Ruben Otto of Mundan, N. Dakota, John Otto of Billings, Montana, Robert Otto of Leavenworth, Wash., and Jacob Otto of Billings, Montana; and three sisters, Linda Schick of Pettibone, N. Dakota, Leov a Magneson of Terrington, N. Dakota, and Phyllis Hiebert of Newport, Washington; and numerous nieces and nephews.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, four brothers and two sisters.
    The family suggests that memorials be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, Parma.


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