Elsie Corene Moser Miller, of Norman, Oklahoma, went home August 25, 2019 after a battle with Alzheimer’s in Oklahoma City. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, August 31, 2019 at the First Christian Church in Norman, with Reverend David Spain officiating. Interment will be a private service for the family.
Corene was born on June 18, 1939 to Elwood and Cora Lee Moser in Fletcher, Oklahoma. She grew up and graduated from Cyril High School in 1957. She moved to Norman, met, then married Dean Leon Miller on May 31, 1969. From this union, they had 3 children. She worked at and was a member of the First Christian Church in Norman for the last 50 years. Her love for life was her family. She was known for taking care of her kids, grandkids, and any kids that ventured into her kitchen. She waited her whole life to be a Mom and a Grandma. Her cookie jar was always full and there was always cookie dough in the freezer. She also had a passion for gardening and especially pulling weeds, even if they were in someone else’s garden.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her brothers-in law Don Howard, Gary Miller, and Tom Miller.
Survivors include her husband of the home in Norman, daughters Gina and Rodney Morris of Fort Worth, TX, and Kathy and Sean Hutson of Oklahoma City, Okla. and son Scotty Miller, and Stacy Miller of Norman.
Sister Delores Howard of Tennessee, Twin Brother Gene and Gwen Moser of Norman, Brothers Whiteselle and Janice Moser of Cyril, Brother Bobby and Patsy Moser of Ohio and Brother Ronny and Connie Moser of Indiana. Sisters-in-law Vicki Miller of Moore, Okla., Judy and Leon Snodgrass of Grove, Okla., Janice and Thomas Barnes of Harrah, Okla., and Neva Maxwell of Purcell, Okla. Great Uncles Jerry and Thresa Moser of Anadarko, Okla., Alfred and Imogene Blue of Navasota, TX., and Eddie and Wanda Blue of Fletcher, Okla. Grandkids Tre, Laney, Justin,Casey, Nate, Jake, Cole, Cora. Great Grandkids Wyatt and Magnolia along with a multitude of family and friends.
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