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A sweet and caring person much loved by family and friends passed away peacefully.

Pauline L. (Foltz) Miller, 88, formerly of Carlisle, passed away on Sunday, February 1, 2015, in the Beehive Assisted Living in Eden, UT.  She was born on March 6, 1926, in Carlisle, a daughter of the late Edgar L. and Jane B. (Neidigh) Foltz, and was the widow of Raymond W. Miller, who died Aug. 24, 2006.

Before going out into the working world, Pauline was a “Mom” to many Carlisle children for over 20 years taking care of them in her home daycare.  Pauline was formerly employed for more than 10 years in housekeeping at Dickinson College, Carlisle.  She also worked for Thornwald Home, Carlisle and also did private housekeeping for several Carlisle area families.  Pauline was a member of Carlisle United Methodist Church.  She had been a member of the Ladies Auxiliaries of the Elks, The Moose Family Center and the V.F.W. Post, all of Carlisle.

She is survived by two daughters; Sandra L. (husband, Jerry) Hunter of Huntsville, UT and Patricia J. (husband, Randy) Porr of Rehoboth Beach, DE, one step-son, Kenneth R. (wife, Linda) Miller of Emporium, one brother, James L. (wife, Bonnie) Foltz of Carlisle, 13 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great-granddaughter and several nieces and nephews.  Pauline was predeceased by two sons; Ronald N. Jumper and Richard L. Jumper, two brothers; Edgar L. Foltz, Jr. and Robert L. Foltz, Sr. and one sister, Helen M. Lawson.

A viewing will begin at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, February 11, 2015, followed by a funeral service at 2 p.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St, Carlisle, with Rev. Mira Hewlett officiating.  Interment will be in Cumberland Valley Memorial Gardens, Carlisle.  Memorial contributions may be made to Carlisle United Methodist Church, 45 W. South St, Carlisle, PA 17013.

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To the family and friends of Pauline Miller. so sorry for your loss. she loved the beach and love to go dancing. may she be greeted with open arms by her husband Raymond who preceeded her and her two sons, and many other relatives taken too soon in life.

Linda Jumper

Sorry I can not make it back to Pennsylvania. I am sorry Aunt Patty and Sandy for the loss of your mom, Grandma Miller lived a long life.. I am disheartened that so many from my child hood have now passed. I know she is with the angels and that her husband and my uncle and my dad are there with her. She is at peace. I know it's hard to lose a parent. All my love is with you at this time. Let me know if anything more I can do.

Love Todd

Todd Jumper

To Patty and family
I was sad to hear of your mother's passing. I have many fond memories of being with both of your parents at the beach and their home. We all had some good times.
May you find comfort and peace in the love and precious memories you have of your mother.
I know she will be sadly missed.


Connie Warner Motter
Dearest Sandy and Pat --

How I truly loved your Mom so much. I remember her as the most caring and loving person who just loved hugging and holding my hand as we talked. I could feel her heartfelt love; especially through her eyes. She is one amazing Woman of Grace. Her Faith shined through one's heart. I will treasure her. My Prayers will be with all as you go through this journey. I am sure she was greeted with all that went before and quite the Angel she is, Heaven lights adored her. My very much love and many hugs to all -

Susan Garner Startzel

The greatest grandma any grandchild could ever ask for; yes, that was Pauline, known as "Gram" to all of us grandkids who were fortunate enough to have her as ours. Now she is in heaven, as an angel, and has become one of his children....where she will watch over us and continue rocking in her seat in heaven. Gram, you blessed all of us with so much love, kindness and compassion. You and Poop raised wonderful children, one that I am extremely greatful to call my mother. Jason and I spent so much time with you as children growing up, we adored both you and Poop. We went everywhere with you, and we made so many memories that will last us a lifetime. No one can replace those. Im greatful for all the life we got to share together, for the times you got to share with me and my children, and I know how much you loved and adored us all. You may be gone from here on earth, but you will live forever in our hearts. We will see you again, and I know you will be at those pearly gates waiting for us...with open arms, saying "Come to Grammy, Honey". Rest in Peace Gram, you will never be forgotten. I love you, and miss you more than you could ever imagine.

Your granddaughter,
Patty, Jill, Jason, and families......I'm saddened to hear of your loss. May you all find peace in the love and fond memories she has given to so many people. I know that she certainly had a wonderful impact on my childhood. I will cherish the memories I have of Pauline and Raymond while being with you all...May you find peace. With all my Love....
Jodi Conrad
Will miss you. You were always a good friend and a second mother to me.
Jim Stine

You were a kind and wonderful lady. Even though I didn't know you for very long, I am really glad that I did. Buzz was very lucky to have had such a wonderful influence in his life and that was truly you. We will both miss your phone calls, they warmed our day. We love you Pauline and you will always be remembered in our heart

Buzz Fenicle and Beth Wachter

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