*In Memory*

Mary Kay O'Bryan (Miller)

Mary Kay O'Bryan (Miller)


Mary "Kay" Miller
1947 - 2019

Mary "Kay" Miller, age 72, of Big Flats and Madeira Beach, Fl, passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 14, 2019. She was born on July 15, 1947 in Corning, the daughter of the late Francis and Delores (Teachman) O'Bryan. She married James A. Miller on September 16, 1967.

Kay was a loving wife, mother, sister, and grandmother. She was a communicant of St. Mary's Church and she retired from the Arnot Health in Corning where she worked as a medical receptionist.

Kay is survived by husband of 52 years, James, daughters and sons-in-law, Jackie and Don Foster of Big Flats and Jamie and Benjamin Kohberger of Corning, grandchildren, Zachary, Haylee, Connor, Mia, and Madden, and a twin sister, DeeAnn Hilk.

Family and friends are invited to the celebration of Kay's life on Friday, November 22, 2019 at 5:00 pm at Phillips Funeral Home & Cremation Service 17 W. Pulteney Street Corning.

Published in The Corning Leader on Nov. 17, 2019

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11/19/19 04:11 PM #13    

Harold Rose

Jim sorry to hear about Kay, known Kay since 1st grade at St. Mary"s. Linda and my prayers are with you and your family.

11/19/19 07:56 PM #14    

Joseph Gois

Jimmy and family: Sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers to the family.

11/20/19 06:37 AM #15    

Peggy Stephens (Wade)

Jim and Family:  May the love and strength of your family and friends surround you and help you in this very sad time.  Memories last forever.


11/20/19 11:18 AM #16    

Michael Owdienko

Jimmy and family: So very sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family.

11/20/19 11:47 AM #17    

Kathleen Ginnane (Olson)

So sorry to hear about the passing of Mary Kay.  I hold fond memories of her and DeeAnn growing up on Second St., St. Mary's, CFA and East High.  My hearfelt sympathy.

Kathy Ginnane Olson

11/20/19 12:24 PM #18    

Susan Jamison (Kath)

Jimmy, I am sorry to hear that Kay passed. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

11/20/19 01:08 PM #19    

Annabelle Lanphear (Burns)

Jim - So sorry to hear about Kay.  When the two schools merged into East, Kay was one of the first people that I met from across the river at CFA.  Always friendly and cheerful.  May your memories bring you and your family peace.

11/21/19 11:31 PM #20    

Margaret Burrell (Cullen)

I had hoped to be able to make the drive to Corning to join the family for the celebration of Kay's life, but I'm disappointed that I can't make it.  I have been through so many memories of our long friendship starting at St. Mary's, then CFA and East High.  I think I spent as much time at the O'Bryan house as I did at my own.  One memory especially is of the time, probably around 8th grade, when we began to know and become friends with kids from St. Patrick's and CFA.  That's when Kay met Jimmy Miller, and I think she knew right away that he was the man for her.  After 52 years of marriage, I would say she was right.  I pray for her, and for peace and consolation for Jim, their daughters and grandchildren, and for Dee Ann and her family.  Blessings to you all.

11/22/19 03:49 AM #21    

Mary Jo Castellana (Mattison)

We were so sad when we heard about Kay. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jimmy, Dee and famiies during this difficult time. I have many fond memories of Kay since we were together at St, Mary's. Even though we hadn't seen much of one another, she will be missed.

11/23/19 03:26 PM #22    

Sally A. Shaddock (Matthews)

My deepest sympathies to her family. Mary Kay was a good friend and will be greatly missed by all. Sally Shaddock Matthews

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