A Memorial Gathering of friends and relatives for Cheryl Miller of Williams, MN, formerly of St. Charles, IL will be held on November 1st at 2:00 pm at the Williams Community Church in Williams, MN. A sharing and storytelling time will start shortly afterwards.
Cheryl passed away in her home on October 19, 2019. Cheryl was born April 7th 1958 in Aurora, IL. to Frank and Janet Bihlmayer.
After graduating from high school she worked for Warwick Publishing making all sorts of calendars. Upon leaving there she worked for Cameron Aircraft reupholstering and repairing internal parts of the airplanes and even worked on Opra Winfrey’s plane and several outfitter planes. She even had a chance to work on John Denver’s plane. Upon leaving there she moved to Williams, MN In May of 2010. She arrived months before her husband, getting things all up to par and land a job in what she loved to do, helping people in need. At the time of her death she was working for Home At Heart.
Cheryl loved working outside, tinkering with anything that was a challenge. She loved woodworking and made coops for her ducks and chickens. Then more animals came and yep, more came as can you tell she loved animals. She was a lady jack of all trades. She loved the challenge of gardening and the challenge of canning and making different meals with her out comes. When it was raining or too cold outside you could find her in her quilting room making quilts for give-a-ways and raffles. That was her most favorite hobby and again, she loved the challenge quilts can give.
Cheryl is survived by her husband of 38 years, Daryl Miller of Williams, MN; sons Jeremy (Kendra) Klutts of Richardson, TX, Dain Miller of Williams, MN; three step-children, Shane Miller of the Twin Cities MN, Chad Miller of Williams MN, Sheri (Miller) Tobritzhofer of the Twin Cities; several grandchildren, Olivia Grace (Miller) Phillips, Gavin Miller, Ethan Tobritzhofer, Kylie Tobritzhofer, Jessica Miller Zakery Klutts,Teagyn Klutts, Jayden Klutts, and Shea Klutts.
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