September 08, 2011
Funeral service for Derick Miller, 48 yrs., a resident of Deep Creek, Eleuthera, who died on 24th August, 2011, will be held at Mt. Zion Native Baptist Church, Deep Creek, Eleuthera, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Zilchus Thompson, assisted by Rev. Leviticus Anderson. Interment follows in The Public Cemetery, Deep Creek, Eleuthera.
Left to cherish his fond memories are his parents: Prince & Joycelyn Miller; daughters: Crystal & Florie Rolle; grandson: Tarev Nairn; grand daughters: Donitqua & Olivia Nairn & Diantaye Rolle; brothers: Audley, Terrence, Bobby, Marco & Deon Miller; sisters: Oatelee Johnson, Icelyn Anderson, Marsha Clarke, Desalee Gibson; sisters-in-law: Peaches, Veal & Stacy Miller; brothers-in-law: Leonard Johnson, Donald Anderson, & Kenneth Gibson; uncles: James, Austin, Henry, Aranah, David, Albert & Paul Pratt, Donald & George Goodman; grand uncles: Earlin Sands; aunts: Ruthlene Symonette, Bethsheba Davis, Gladys & Eleanor Goodman, Elizabeth Knowles, Gloria McSweeny, Emerald Nixon & Rosemary Cartwright; nieces: Jessica Miller, Shantivia Grant, Rutyca Sweeting, Darnelle Anderson, Waynica Clarke, Clarissa, Tonnette, Kimone, Simone & Audrielle Miller; nephews: Phillip, Hosea, Jarrado, Lance, Audley Jr., Alterio, Terrance & TJ Miller, Donridge Anderson, Cleareon, Deshawn, Deon & Devano Miller, CJ & Dwayne Clarke, Kevin Miller & Kyron Gibson; special friend: Harriet Butler; numerous family & friends: Veeza Boys, Walter Pinder, Sean Taylor, Bursille Miller & family, the Gibson family, the Anderson family, the Pinder family, Mervin Sweeting & family, the Honorable Oswald Ingraham & family, the Thompson family, the Deep Creek family, the Deep Creek, Eleuthera Development Association, the All Eleuthera Association & the entire South Eleuthera community.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Rock Sound, Eleuthera, from 3-5:00 p.m. on Friday & at the church in Deep Creek, Eleuthera from 7:00 p.m. until service time.
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