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Deborah  Lynn  Miller
     Deborah Lynn Miller, 59, of North Platte died Sunday, September 23, at her home north of North Platte. Deb was born February 23, 1953, to Roy Vincent and Hazel Marie Cline Raney at North Platte.
     She grew up north of Wallace and graduated from Wallace High School in 1971.
     On July 3, 1978, Deb married David LeRoy Miller at North Platte where they made their home. She loved and treasured her many animals and was always there for them. She was willing to babysit pets for friends and family. She leaves behind her precious German shepherd, Gretchen, her horse, Boomer, several cats and many dear family and friends.
     Deb attended the Harvest Christian Fellowship and appreciated their concerns and emotional support.
     She is survived by her husband, David, of North Platte; her daughter, Penny (Mike) Adkisson, of North Platte; her son, Eric Miller, of Minneapolis, Minn.; a grandson, Ashton Adkisson; a sister, Vicki (Richard) Stagnaro, of North Platte; a brother, Douglas (Karol) Raney, of Wallace; two nieces, Kim (Troy) Glunz, of Wallace and Kaye (Rob) Monie, of Sutherland; two nephews, Richard Sorenson, of Hawaii and Mike Jameson, of North Platte; her father and mother-in-law, Lyle and Shirley Miller, of North Platte; and other family.
     She was preceded in death by her parents, Vincent and Hazel Raney; and a nephew, Matthew Jameson.
     Cremation was chosen. A memorial service will be 10 a.m. Thursday, September 27, at Odean Colonial Chapel with Pastor Ron Lauber of the Harvest Christian Fellowship officiating. In lieu of flowers memorials are suggested to Paw-istive Partners. Odean Colonial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
First published in The North Platte Bulletin print edition on 9/26/2012
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