July 24, 1953 ~ March 4, 2019

Born in: Indianapolis, Indiana
Resided in: Indianapolis, Indiana

Linda A. Miller, age 65 passed away at her home in Indianapolis on March 4, 2019.
Linda was born on July 24, 1953. She along with her sister were adopted by their parents James and Josephine Deitz. Linda lived in Beechgrove with her parents and sister Deborah (Aunt Dee) until she graduated high school. Linda went on to be a receptionist in the law field where she assisted many attorneys with their needs.
The part of Linda that was always so fulfilled where the friendships she made along the way. Linda was an outgoing, fun, always looking for a good time type of person that had a contagious spirit and high energy. Her zest for life and those she loved goes unmatched until this day.
Linda is survived by her life partner Richard Mays. They had been a couple for over 25 years, where they shared 5 children and 10 grandchildren. Linda is also survived by her only child Christopher W. Dunn, his wife Stephanie and two grandchildren Alex and Jalen.
Linda is preceded in death by her mother Josephine, father James and sister Deborah. Along with her beloved dog Stanky and cat Celly.
When Linda became a mother to Chris her whole life focus changed. She developed a love for her son that would allow him to grow into the wonderful and amazing person he is today. Chris loves his mother very much. They held a bond that one doesn’t see often these days. She took care of him and he took care of her.
Please join us to honor the life of Linda A. Miller on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 from 2:00 – 4:00 PM at Legacy Cremation & Funeral services – Indianapolis (1604 W. Morris St. Indianapolis 46221) may you all find comfort in the memories you have shared with Linda.


Visitation: March 12, 2019 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Legacy - Indianapolis
1604 W Morris St
Indianapolis, IN 46221

View current weather.

Memories Timeline

View the Timeline
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


  1. You have no idea how much we miss you. I went shopping today and crumbled in the store because i wanted to buy this little gift for you but i can’t now. Who am i gonna shop for now? God i miss you.

  2. Breaks my heart to hear of Linda’s passing! We were high school friends. We were in band together along with having sleep overs and camping with her family. A lot of great times! Always liked to have fun sand such a good heart! Prayers to all her family!

  3. I so miss you my dear friend. We were together during rough and sad times but I will remember all of the happiness. Gosh I was 5 when mom took my clothes to your mom for you. Yes we shared for many years.Birthday parties. Lets remember working at Central State. So many laughs. We camped. You always made me laugh even if U was sad. It has been hard not to pick up the phone and call you as I did every day. You will always have a special place in my heart. You were so like a sister.

  4. It’s so hard to think my bestest friend is no longer here to talk to to laugh n cry with can’t visit you anymore. We shared many years of laughter and so many good times. I remember the first time I met this wild a$$ woman…we became fast friends and our boys grew up together…Shannon even called you Aunt Linda and loved you so much. This girl was a doer and a fighter…she made many friends in her journey thru her life and I know she will be missed soooo much. I love you sister girl…and I will miss our talks and visits…can’t wait to be reunited with you once again. Rest peacefully my dearest friend💔💔

  5. My dear sweet cousin. I’m so glad we got to reconnect. I looked for you for years Thanksgiving 2018 was last I seen you. I’m so glad you came for Thanksgiving. I somehow seen that when we touched foreheads saying bye I think some how we both knew that was last we would see each other. Both our eyes were teared up. RIP My sweet Linda. I miss you I love you ❤💔❤💔❤😪😪

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Sign the Guestbook