Elizabeth Ann “Libby” Miller age 65 of Alpharetta passed away on December 23, 2018.

Elizabeth Ann “Libby” Miller was born outside Columbus, Ohio on July 2, 1953. The daughter of an Army Colonel, her childhood homes included Okinawa, Japan. Her formative years were spent in Alexandria, Virginia, where she met Michael Patrick “Mike” Miller, to whom she was married for nearly 40 years. With Mike, she had her two sons: Thomas Andrew “Andy” Miller, now of Dunwoody, Georgia, and William Casey Miller, now of Kennesaw, Georgia.

In 1971, Libby graduated as a member of the inaugural senior class at Alexandria’s famed Hayfield High School. Highly intelligent and extremely organized, Libby was capable of success in any field. She ultimately chose to be a homemaker, a decision for which Andy and Casey will always be grateful. Later in life, Libby attended and performed volunteer work at Alpharetta First United Methodist Church. Her friends and neighbors brightened and greatly enriched her later years: in addition to the volunteering, the knitting, dinner parties, and other social gatherings were a constant source of joy for Libby.

In addition to her sons, Libby is also survived by her four grandchildren: Lydia Miller (age 4), Jacob Miller (age 3), Cooper Miller (age 2), and William Casey Miller, Jr. (age 1); her nephew Kirk Jacobs, now of Ft. Worth, Texas; and her niece Abigail Webster, now of Wilmington, North Carolina. Libby is preceded in death by her sister Mary Jean “Jeannie” Jacobs, her brother William “Billy” Webster, and her parents Col. William Thomas and Fay Ella (Hudgeons) Webster.

A private family memorial service for Libby will be held on Friday, December 28, 2018, with a private family interment to follow. In lieu of flowers and attendance, donations in her honor may be made to Alpharetta First United Methodist Church.

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