Ms. Shawn Marie Miller, age 44, passed away Saturday, February 13, 2021. She was born in Muskegon, MI on September 11, 1976 to Laura & Randy (Raymond) Miller. Ms. Miller had been employed as an electrician & served in the US Army. Shawn loved hunting, motorcycles, softball, spending time with her son & working on cars.
Son, Damon Daniel Shaw; mother, Laura Miller; brother, Scott (Desiree) Miller; niece & nephew, Emma Mead, Bryce Miller; aunt, Linda (Chuck) Bush; uncles, Dan (Marie) Raymond, Dan (Mary) Miller; many cousins & friends. She was preceded in death by her father, Randy J. Miller & grandparents.
Friday, February 19, 2021, 11:00 AM with visitation one hour prior to the service at Clock Chapel - Muskegon with Pastor Bruce Wilson officiating. Interment in Mona View Cemetery.
MEMORIAL: Harbor Hospice Foundation. Please visit www.clockfuneralhome.com to leave a memory or sign the online guestbook.
Clock Funeral Home - Muskegon
I have great memories from when I babysat her. So sorry Mrs. Miller. Much love and hugs.
We just want you to know that everyone in the family is in our thoughts and prayers. We are glad to have met Shawn. Hugs to you all
Laura and Scott,
I wish there were more that I could do besides offer you my condolences and love. I have been struggling to find the right words, but there just aren't any. Shawn has been my best friend and honorary sister for most of my life, the light to my dark, to say that I am going to miss her greatly is a gross understatement. She was always there, no matter what, to offer an ear, or a helping hand, or even just one of those contagious smiles. I am praying that you can find some semblance of comfort.
I love you.
Laura, I was in Lansing with Scott when we heard the news. We will always remember Shawn's contagious smile. We are so blessed to have known her. Stopped by the house to give you a hug, but missed you. Praying for God's grace and comfort as you go through this difficult time. Shawn will not be forgotten.
I’ve been thinking all day about what words to write about Shawn, and nothing I’ve come up with does her justice. She was such a big part of so many of my fondest middle school and high school memories. I remember convincing her to wear a very girly, satin and lace dress to some school event (which she was gracious about, even though I’m sure she hated it) and interviewing her for the school paper for being on the football team. There were also every day fun times, laughing and talking about music and boys.
While our lives took different roads after graduation, every so often I would run into her around town, and she always gave me a warm smile and took the time to catch up. I couldn’t tell you when the last time I ran into her was, but I remember how she lit up when you talked about her son; it was clear how very proud she was of him and how happy he made her.
I wish there were more I could say to bring her family and loved ones comfort in this difficult time, but you’ll be in my thoughts and prayers.
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Muskegon, MI 49441
Muskegon, MI 49441