It is with deep sadness we announce the passing of Karen "Kem" Elizabeth Martin Miller on April 24, 2017. Kem was preceded in death by her husband of 25 years, Command Sergeant Major George Miller, Jr. Kem also served her country through her dedicated civilian employment in the G-3 Operations Division, USASOC. vice Kem also served her country through her dedicated employment to the civil division of USSOC.. She is survived by her sisters, Sherin Taylor, and Jamie Martin Savage, husband David and brothers Steven Martin , wife Margo Greene and Eddie Martin, wife Melissa Emmerling, and nephew Jason Taylor. Kem will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery with her husband at a date to be determined. Donations to the Fayetteville Animal Protection Society 3927 Bragg Blvd, Fayetteville, NC 28303 will be accepted in Kem's Honor.
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I am very sorry that you have suffered this loss. Losing a dear loved one is one of the most difficult things to bear. The Bible assures us that our Loving Creator is also saddened by your loss. (Job 14:14,15) He has arranged through his son, Jesus Christ, to resurrect "all those in the memorial tombs." (John 5:28,29) Psalms 37:11, 29 and Revelation 21:3,4 are comforting to meditate on as well. I hope that meditating on these faithful promises from Jehovah God will help to ease your pain and strengthen your hope for the future.
Submitted by LA on Apr 27 2017 12:45:44 PM
Words can't express the void I feel right now. KEM was my sister/friend for many years. We worked together, laughed together, cried together and just sometimes we were "just" together. She was one of the most giving persons ever. To know KEM was to love KEM. She would tell you her opinion and tell you what to do with yours lol, it was her way or no way but you best believe whatever you needed done she was going to do it and do it WELL! Just a tad bossy is what I would say and she would say it was the SGM in her. Oh, I loved her so and will miss her dearly. I have only good memories to cherish of KEM and George. The last conversation we had she said "Love you Sis and I promise we will so lunch soon", well Kimmy Kat, hold my place at the table sweetie until we meet again. Kiss George for me and you both rest in heaven. KEM has a host of friends here in North Carolina and we absolutely loved her. To the Martin's and Miller's God bless you!
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Sorry for the loss of your love one. John 5:28, 29 assures Jesus will restore life to those who has died. Revelation 21:3, 4 gives further assurance death will be swallowed up forever. This is a comforting thought knowing your loved one is in God's memory. Hope this brings comfort.
Submitted by Ms Allison on Apr 26 2017 05:36:05 AM
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Mike Satterfield lit a candle on Apr 25 2017 06:22:53 PM
I worked with Kem and knew George very well since she was hired into the organization in the 90's. I was her Supervisor for the last couple years before she retired. I know how much she loved those Malamutes and George. That is all she ever talked about. Kem had a very unique warm personality with the best sense of humor. She always kept me laughing and in stitches. Kem was very thorough and complete in all that she did. She never turned down an opportunity to help someone in need. She had the best heart & soul of anyone I have ever worked with. I will never forget you. Thank you Kem for all the good memories. God Bless, from Your Eternal Friend, Mike Satterfield
Submitted by Mike Satterfield on Apr 25 2017 06:22:18 PM
Kem was a cherished member of our family... She and my brother married on New Years Eve in 1989. My brother deployed to Germany and they lived there for several years. They returned to the States and made their forever home at Ft. Bragg. She took wonderful care of our brother. My sister, myself and our mother will miss her terribly. She also shared a special connection with my son Tanner George, who is named after my brother. She and he spent countless moments together. Our lives were enriched because of our sister, Kem. Tammy McVey
Submitted by Tammy McVey on Apr 25 2017 05:09:37 PM
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