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Angie Miller

December 21, 1976 — May 13, 2022

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Angela Emelyn (Brown) Miller was born on December 21, 1976 in Kearney, Nebraska to Jerry and Vivian (Heskett) Brown. She went to be with her Heavenly Father on May 13th, 2022 at the age of 45 in Broken Bow, Nebraska. Angie grew up in Broken Bow with three siblings: Timarree, Jeremy, and Alyce. All who knew Angie could distinguish her laugh from amongst a crowd and couldn’t help but smile along with her. Angie’s calming effect made those around her feel comfortable and welcome. Her strength, selflessness, and open-mindedness were only a few of her admirable traits she so effortlessly displayed. 

Angie had three beautiful children: Cole (1994), Lucas (1998), and Alivia (2004). In 2019, she gained another daughter when Cole married Elise Crouch. She was meant for motherhood and it showed as her children were her entire world. Angie could always be found attending a football game, basketball tournament, or in the kitchen having a dance party. She devoted her life to making sure her children knew they were loved and supported. Cole will never forget how his mom was always there for him, even if she didn’t approve of his actions, he always knew she would be there waiting with open arms full of love and forgiveness. Lucas loved receiving phone calls from his mom every Sunday without fail, and Alivia giggling in the background as he cracked jokes. Alivia will forever cherish their late night talks and how her mom always knew the perfect things to say. Elise will always remember the special bond that she formed with Angie almost immediately. She quickly realized that with any problems she encountered, Angie was there to listen and offer advice that always seemed to be just what she needed to hear. 

Angie attended Broken Bow Public Schools and graduated in 1995. She would continue her education at the University of Nebraska-Kearney where she would receive her Bachelor’s Degree in Education in 2000; Master’s Degree in Reading PK-12 in 2008; Master’s Degree in School Counseling Elementary PK-8 in 2022. Angie taught at Anselmo-Merna Public Schools and Callaway Public Schools before she landed in the Broken Bow Public School system once again. She taught at North Park Elementary, first as a Special Education teacher and most recently as their Elementary School Counselor. As she was a beacon of light for her family, she also was for her students. It’s quite evident she made an impact on hundreds of childrens’ lives over the years. 

Angie is preceded in death by her two Miller grandbabies; Grandparents Wayne and Phyllis Brown; Uncle Donald Brown; Uncle Roger Brown; Uncle George and Aunt Nancy Pace. Grandparents Alvin and Margarett Heskett; Uncle Kim Sylvester; Uncle Kirk Heskett, Aunt Marilyn Iverson.

Angie is survived by: Son Cole (Elise) Miller of Anselmo, NE; Son Lucas (Maddie Duff) Miller of Lincoln, NE; Daughter Alivia Miller of Broken Bow, NE. Parents Jerry and Vivian (Heskett) Brown of Kearney, NE; Sister Timarree (Jeff) Jorgensen of  Cornelius, NC; Brother Jeremy (Amy) Brown of Clarksville, TN; Sister Alyce (Nick) Mayfield of Eagle, NE. Nieces and Nephews: Davis and Sawyer Jorgensen; Matthew, Jackson, and Emma Brown; Barrett, Jackson, and Wyatt Mayfield. Many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Her beloved students, friends and colleagues. 

A memorial service will be held on Saturday May 21, 2022, at 10:00 AM at the One Box Convention Center in Broken Bow. A memorial has been set up at Nebraska State Bank P O Box 688 Broken Bow, NE   68822. A register book may be signed at Govier Brothers Mortuary. Govier Brothers Mortuary is in charge of the arrangements.  The services will be live streamed at www.govierbrothers.com.  An online register book may be signed at www.govierbrothers.com

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