In Loving Memory

Martha "Sissy" (Harris) Miller

Martha "Sissy" (Harris) Miller
July 3, 1928
October 22, 2019
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Mac & Charlie- I am so sorry to read about your mom, just now. I have thought of & searched for the two of you over the years & hoped to see you at Bobby's visitation, where I did reconnect with Joey. If you get this, please email me. God bless y'all, Donna
Donna Adams Zemanek
Hewitt, TX
I enjoyed many fun times with Sissy through DAR and the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. She supported BGCWC in many ways and it was always fun when she opened her house to the young women of the Club annually.
Providing a beautiful and delicious luncheon giving them an opportunity to practice their manners and to dress up and enjoy being young ladies. We worked together to provide a short, fun and informative program for the girls in addition to the lunch. Probably her favorites were the style shows and the floral programs. She was always gracious and generous with her praise. Sissy will be missed by many.
Dena Miller
Brenham, TX
Sissy was instrumental in mine and my children’s lives 35 or so years ago. She was a very sweet and loving lady!
Lou-Lou Barbour
Brenham, TX
The day that Sissy died, the world lost not only a woman of beauty, knowledge, integrity and charm, but a woman who cared deeply for her fellow man. The kindness that we witnessed was the mere tip of the iceberg of the wonderful things she did. She cared deeply for those around her and quickly took action when she saw a need. She wanted no recognition, just the knowledge that her efforts made a difference. If God puts a jewel in one's crown for every good deed done for mankind, Sissy may not be able to maneuver with the massive crown awaiting her in heaven.
Sissy, your job on earth is done!
Rebecca Schroeder
Cape Carancahua, TX
Bud and I shared many good times with
Sissy and Bryan over the years. We valued their friendship and will never forget them.
Judy Smith
Brenham, TX
Sending our thoughts, prayers,and deepest sympathy to Charlie and all of the McMordie and Miller families. Sissy exuded strength and eloquence. May God bless and watch over the entire family during their period of mourning.
Frank Kellner III
Hillsboro, TX
The Knebel family will miss her presence at church in the pew next to us. May God’s peace be with y’all.
Brian Knebel
Brenham, TX
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