Cecilia Anna Miller, 29, of Livingston, Montana died suddenly and tragically; we lost our dear girl on Tuesday night, October 29, 2019 at her home in Livingston. Cecilia, we are relieved your mind is at peace. A memorial in celebration of Cecilia’s life will be held 11:00 A.M. on Friday, November 22, at the Franzen-Davis Funeral Home, 118 North 3rd Street. Burial will follow the service at Mountain View Cemetery and reception will follow the burial at the Church of Christ, 919 West Park St.-Livingston.
Cecilia was born October 29, 1990. She was the second daughter of Michael E. and Bridget M. (Ekleberry) Miller. Cecilia attended Livingston schools. She was a gifted student whom excelled scholastically; furthermore, she played varsity basketball which she held a zeal for, and volleyball, she was musically inclined, sitting 1st chair flute, as well. Cecilia graduated with the class of 2009.
Following graduation, she began her life’s big adventure. She followed her older sister to Missoula to begin college studies. She lived in Missoula for a couple of years until her pioneer spirit brought her another adventure, across the country bike touring. She peddled her bike from northern California enjoying many stops along the way. One of the favorite stops was at Joshua Tree National Park. She concluded that trip in Bryant, Texas. Cecilia was a true explorer visiting Nicaragua and Costa Rica on her own, never afraid. She also explored other cultures through reading about them. She so enjoyed journaling and reading, especially the Harry Potter books, her dad made sure that she had the first editions of each book that was published. She loved music and would travel the country following different music festivals. She recognized the healing powers of crystals, different minerals and hot springs making a pilgrimage to experience all the springs Montana had to offer. Cecilia had a particular passion for astrology, she had made her three nieces the most lovely and thoughtful birth charts and loved to snuggle in her grandma’s quilts most of all. She was creative and artistic. She had the ability to pick up an instrument and learn to play it by ear. She enjoyed her horse and the time spent caring for and riding Brundage.
Cecilia, we want you back. We love you so much, all our hearts desire is that you know how much you are loved. Let your spirit fly free…
Cecilia is survived by her parents, Michael and Bridget Miller; her sister, Meghan (Jesse) Turner, and their daughters, Madison, Mackenzie and Mason; brother, William “Bill” (Jacey) Edwards, and their son, Lliam; grandma, Jean Miller; Bridget’s sisters, Edith (John) Bush, Kathleen (Mark) Fisher, Cecilia (Michael) Murphy, Helen (Patrick) Hart; Michael’s sisters, Kathy (Kelvin) Hoover and Susan Suda; uncles, Henry Counts and Morris Miller; extended uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews and her many friends.
Cecilia was preceded in death by her brother, Jess Michael Miller; paternal grandpa, Jess Elton Miller and maternal grandparents, Edwin Russell and Mary Jean Ekleberry; and her uncle, David Miller who passed as an infant; aunt, Vickie Miller who passed at age five; and uncle, Gordie Suda.
Memorials may be made in loving memory of: Cecilia Anna Miller, funds raised will go to assist the Bozeman Help Center, and may be sent to; 421 E. Peach Street - Bozeman, MT 59715 or www.bozemanhelpcenter.org
Franzen-Davis Funeral Home and Crematory has been entrusted with arrangements.
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