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Kathleen V Miller

October 11th, 1945 - June 1st, 2024

Kathleen Voulgaris Miller was born Kathleen Lee Voulgaris on October 11, 1945 in Wharton, Texas to Lela Laverte Cone and James Constantine Voulgaris. She was married to Ronald Eugene Berry in 1965 and later widowed in 1975 when he passed from congestive heart failure. They had 1 son Ben Rowan Berry on August 17, 1971 in Houston, Texas. After Ronald’s passing she married Harry Pacheco Miller and went to work in the Seismic and Oil Exploration industry and did quite a bit of traveling even to work in Venezuela. She later owned a small ranch in Michigan, and later moved to Colorado. Kathleen and Harry worked as OTR truck drivers in the lower 48 states and into Canada, and truck driving instructors in Denver, Colorado. They both worked in a gold mine in Idaho Springs, Colorado where Kathleen discovered Precious Opal which was confirmed by USGS Denver. In 1998 they bought a home and moved to San Juan Capistrano, California to be closer to Harry’s aging parents. Harry passed in 2009 and she moved to Eugene, Oregon in 2013. She is survived by her only son Ben who travels and lives in his camper, and her granddaughter Kellie Louise Berry (born September 2, 1994 and goes by married name Coots since April 20, 2024). Kathleen passed away on June 1, 2024 from natural causes. Her sisters Judy (Voulgaris) Reeves and “Tootsie” Zeis still reside in Houston, Texas, and her brother J. Michael Voulgaris still resides in New Braunfels, Texas.

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Lora J Zeis

Kathleen was a talented artist, though never sold her art. She had a kind and loving heart and was gifted in working with horses, dogs, cats, and birds. She had the ability to calm animals and spoke with them. She will be dearly missed. Tootsie Zeis

Published June 11th, 2024

Kimberli Kelly

I remember Kathleen as a wonderful neighbor and greeting me into the neighborhood when I moved in she was always friendly and cared about my family. May she rest in peace... Kimberli Kelly

Published June 10th, 2024

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