Queen Esther Miller

Sunrise: June 2, 1940

Sunset: February 17, 2021
Queen E. Miller “Queenie” went home to be with the Lord on February 17, 2021 at 8:28am in her home in Norfolk, VA 23505. She was the daughter of the Late William and Ella White. She was born June 2, 1940 in Norfolk, VA. On September 22, 1960, Queen married the late John Miller and was blessed with five children, Avery L. White, Cheryl A. Worrell, Gina M. Walker, Eric K. Miller and Danny Miller all of Norfolk, VA.
She is also mourned by her sister, Margaret White; brother, John White; son-in-law, Keney Worrell; grandchildren, Keyshauna Miller, Dario Miller, Ebony Willarms, Kanisha Miller, Tahneshia Shambley, DeShawn Miller, Avery Fuller, Tisha Paz, Ciara Graves and Danny Brown; 14 great grandchildren, 1 great-great grandchild and a host of nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her sisters, Beatrice White and Dorthey Cherry and her brothers, Wilbur White and James Wilbur.
Viewing Wednesday, February 24, 2021 2:00pm - 6:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Thursday, February 25, 2021 2:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel The family is following the CDC and State of Virginia guidelines for funeral attendance.

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    Karen Taylor says

    I’m so sorry to hear about your mother I love working with her she was a good friend and a good listener I will always love her I will miss her singing voice to the Gospels she believed in God so I know she’s in a better place may your soul rest in peace sincerely Karen Taylor love always

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    Keyshauna Miller says

    Grandma I’m really going to miss you…It’s going to take sometime for me to get myself together… I love you

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    Chery Worrell says

    Mama I miss you. But I know you are in a better place I will see you when I get there. Hope you will be waiting for me at the pearly Gate to welcome me home you will always be in my ❤. The love you gave will never die.

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    Gina M Walker says

    Mama there is no words to express how I feel at this point my heart is broken in more than anyone will ever know . We had all the good times together God made his choice to take you away but we will meet again ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    Chris Gray says

    R.I.P. Mrs Queen. You always treated me like family rest easy or Queen

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    Vicky Grice says

    We are saddened to hear about Aunt Queenie passing. Remembering all the fun memories and wonderful times we spent together during the summertime. Nobody could tell a funny story like Aunt Queenie. We will always cherish those memories. We will miss you Aunt Queenie…until we meet again. Love and Kisses your nieces Dianna, Cerita. Vicky.

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    John H. White says

    Big Brother John: Queenie my little sister, I will always remember the good times we had growing up and after becoming adults, the good times we shared when I would come back home with my wife Cathy and my three girls. We would all get together and talk about the good old days. You will be missed. I already miss our long distance regular phone calls. Rest In Peace my little sister. Love you, Big Brother John (Omaha, Nebraska)

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    Tracey Nimmo Byrd says

    Mrs. Queenie there are so many fond memories that our families have shared together. Thanks for always treating me and my family like family. I know you and my mom are rejoicing and having a good time. RIP gone but never will be forgotten. The Nimmo Family

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    Kimberly Rodgers Cleckley says

    My prayers and condolences goes out to Gina, Cheryl, and the rest of the entire family. May God continue to strengthen your hearts and soul through this difficult time. Rest in peace Ms. Queenie. From Kim Rodgers and family

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    Annette G. Pete, Kenner, LA says

    To my beloved Aunt Queenie and family, I am so glad that I got a chance to see you all again. I am also glad that I got a chance to express my appreciation to my “favorite Aunt” for all she has done for me. She was always kind to me, just 11 years older than me, and always looked out for me. She even took me to see James Brown! She and her sisters always made sure my Dad, Wilbur, had me straight for the holidays, especially Easter. I will always remember her, and of course I do look like her. Love you Auntie.

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    Courtney Woodall says

    My sincerest condolences to you all. My family will certainly keep yours in prayer during this difficult time. I know how special she was to Dario and his mom. She’s truly going to be missed, but her presence will always be with you. Hold on tight to the memories that God allowed you to share with her and cherish them until you are reunited with her again.

    With deepest sympathy,
    Courtney & Family

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    Geneva Smith says

    Thinking of you miss queenie your house was my second home when I was growing up always was happy at your house you were so much joy i remember your laugh 💗 you laugh until tears rolled ftom you eyes so funny I will always remember you sip♡♡

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    Derek L Lathan says

    To the family i send my condolences and prayers

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