Linda L. (Slack) Miller, 69, passed away at her homein Sharpsville on August 26, 2016.

Linda was born to Arthur and Marilyn (Roehl) Slack onJune 3, 1947 in Dallas, Oregon. Shelived in Arcadia, Kokomo, and the Sharpsville areas throughout her life. She met Kenneth Sneed and was married to himfor 32 years. Linda worked productionfor 30 years at Delco/Delphi. She wasthen married to David Miller for 16 years. David was with her until she passed.

Linda loved of animals, especially horses. She enjoyed traveling and camping. Her spending time with her children andgrandchildren was most important to her. She always had good snacks on hand and was quick to order Chinese foodwhen the family was together. Linda wasalways giving and helpful to everyone.

Surviving Linda is her husband, David Miller;daughters, Kimberly Harrison and Melissa Lucas; grandchildren, Mindy Hall,Michael Harrison, William Capps, Kayla Capps, and Justin Steger; severalgreat-grandchildren; stepchildren, Janelle Hunsucker and Chase Miller; sisters,Eleanor, Esther, Barbara, Sharon, and Susie; father of her children, Kenneth (Cherry) Sneed; and Charlie, her dog.

Preceding Linda in death are her parents; brother,Arthur Slack, Jr.; granddaughter, Ashley Steger; Rusty, her horse, and Auggie,her dog.

Services are Thursday at 1:30 at Legacy Cremation& Funeral Services with Pastor Bill Thompson presiding and burialimmediately following at Anderson Memorial Park. Visitation is 3 hours prior.

In memory of Linda, please make donations to ASPCA andSt. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

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  1. Sorry Dave but she isn’t in pain now. Melissa and Kim, you both she love you.Mindy, she loved all her grandchildren but she had a special bond to you. May you all find peace knowing so has found hers and is with all who went before her. She was a beautiful person with love and compassion. She loved her pets big and small. A hard worker and kept her pain to herself the best she could. Never mean to anyone. She loved life and it loved her. Glad to have know her. RIP

  2. Linda Lee…..I am at a loss for words. I am just wandering in my thoughts. I have so many memories of us together & they are all good. We never had a harsh word or thought for each other & I thank the Lord for that. Enjoy your time now. I hear your laughter. I love you as always. Esther

  3. Lin , The world has lost a wonderful person and I have lost a caring and wonderful sister. We had a lot of adventurous times together. I love you sis. God bless you.

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