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Memorial Service

Emmaus Mennonite Church
Saturday May 28th, 2022

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Old Emmaus Cemetery
Saturday May 28th, 2022

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Louvina Mae Miller

Louvina Mae Miller, 88, of Whitewater, Kansas, slipped peacefully into eternity on May 14, 2022.  Besides the treasured titles of Wife, Mom, and Grammy, she also enjoyed her work as a registered nurse, library assistant, welder’s helper, and restaurant hostess.  She was born September 17, 1933, in Newton, Kansas, to Alfred H. and Ione M. (Ayers) Regier.  A child of the Great Depression, Lou learned to value hard work, financial responsibility and frugality, and faith in the God of her Fathers.  She is survived by children Nancy and Scott Yelland of Fairview, Michigan; Randy and Lynette Miller of Peck; Debby Tyson of Whitewater; Wanita and Skip Kiser of Robertsdale, Alabama; Craig and Jan Miller of Wichita; 18 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren; dozens of nieces and nephews; innumerable friends.


A celebration of Lou’s life will be held at Emmaus Mennonite Church, Whitewater, on May 28; interment will be in the old church cemetery at 10 a.m., memorial service at 11:30 a.m.   Memorials may be given to Emmaus Mennonite Church or Wheatstate Manor, both of Whitewater. Lamb Funeral Home of Whitewater, KS is serving the family. Please sign her online guest book and leave a memory of Louvina at yazelmeglifh.com.

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In the past chaplaincy at Wheat State Manor, it was a privilege to have Scripture, hymns and prayer with Louvina in her room. It was a joy to hear her sing along with the familiar hymns of the Christian faith. My wife and I send our sympathies to her loving family.

Michael Longden May 27 2022 12:03 AM

T always smile when I think about Herman and Lou erecting our first elevator leg in the early 80's. Such hard workers, and I loved their German Shepherds. Lou was always double busy helping Herman and keeping me and my brother Tom from messing with everything on the welding rig.

Jim Sommers May 26 2022 10:20 AM