Maxine A. Miller
Maxine A. Miller passed away in Shoreline, Washington on Sunday, April 7th, 2019, at the age of 92. She was born June 7, 1926 in Bemidji, Minnesota to Max and Lucy Luebeck; the youngest of their 7 children.
Maxine worked tirelessly her entire life, starting on the family’s dairy farm in Bemidji before embarking on a path to many other jobs on the West Coast in Washington and California. She was especially passionate about music and dancing. She lived in South Lake Tahoe, California for approximately 35 years and taught line dancing at the Senior Center facility in Carson City, Nevada choreographing some of her own dances, and also performed on stage at a Stateline musical / dance production. Her infectious love for dance was evident to all her fellow dancers and students. She also volunteered at the Senior Centers in Lake Tahoe and Carson City helping either as a bingo caller, with transportation, serving meals, or other tasks. She was well loved by all.
Her resting place will be in the Lake Tahoe area, along with her late husband, Dwight Miller, who passed away 30 years ago.
She is survived by 5 children: Judy Lampton, Jackie Pritchard, Jerry Grinager, Tricia Pinney, Pamela Del Bene, 5 grand children, three great grand children and one great, great grandchild.
May she rest in peace in the Lord’s arms.
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