Avery Elouise Miller, one year and six months went to be in the arms of Jesus on Thursday, May 7, 2020 in Amarillo.
A private family Celebration of life service will be 10:00 AM, Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at Carmichael-Whatley Colonial Chapel, with Rev. Alan Wilson of First Baptist Church of White Deer, officiating. A private family burial will follow at Fairview Cemetery of Pampa under the direction of Carmichael-Whatley Funeral Directors.
Avery’s funeral will be livestreamed at https://www.carmichael-whatley.com/page/live-streaming. We also will be broadcasting through a FM Transmitter on the radio at the chapel and the cemetery. Our staff will be able to give you the radio station on Tuesday, once you have arrived at the funeral home.
Avery was born on November 3, 2018 in Pampa to Sydney and Jacob Miller. Avery’s life was short here on Earth, however, her impact on all those around her was immeasurable. Some of her favorite things were playing outside, especially out in the water and riding all of her ATV toys. She had a great love of music and her family says she had a “boogie in her soul”. Other things that brought her joy was her favorite food, Mac and Cheese. Avery will be remembered as a happy and loving child who always had a smile on her face and a laugh that could fill a room. She will be greatly missed by her parents and all her loving family.
She was preceded in death by a great-great-grandparent, Willie B. Hughes, great-great-grandparents, LaWanda Redd, Pete Wortham, great-grandparent, Danny Davis; great-uncle, Rocky McIntyre; and by a cousin, Leland Tipton.
Her survivors include her parents Sydney and Jacob Miller of the home; maternal grandmother , Shannon Hughes of Pampa, and maternal grandfather, Matt Bailey and wife Alisha of Pampa; paternal grandparents, Jeanne and Shanon Miller of White Deer; maternal great-grandmother, Karen Hughes of White Deer and maternal great-grandfather, Gary Woodward of Skellytown; paternal great-grandmother, Nickey Evans and husband Donnie Evans of Groom and Judy Miller of Claude, and great-grandfather, Buster Wortham and wife Karen of Clarendon; and great-great-grandparents, Elouise Hughes of Pampa, Marjorie Woodward of Skellytown, Faye Wortham of Groom; two aunts, Mikaela Hughes of Pampa and Felicia Miller of White Deer; an uncle, Haskell Nation of Wellington and numerous other extended family and friends.
The family want to say goodbye to mommy’s “Chicken Little, daddy’s “Puter Butt”, grandparents’ “Punkin” and “Littlest Love” and great-grandparents’ “Baby Love”.
The parent’s requests that all family and friends wear bright colors in memory of Avery.
Memorials can be sent to a favorite charity.