Sarah Miller

Sarah Marcole Miller

Friday, March 26th, 1982 - Monday, April 15th, 2019
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Sarah was born March 26, 1982, in Lexington, KY, the daughter of Mary Murphy Loudermilk (Winchester, KY) and David Norman Miller (West Liberty, KY). She leaves behind three older brothers and one sister-in-law, Nathan Miller (Louisville, KY), Ryan Miller (Morehead, KY), and Michael and Soo Miller (Los Angeles, CA), and an adoring step-father, Frank Loudermilk (Winchester, KY).

Sarah grew up in West Liberty, KY, where she attended Morgan County High School, excelling both academically and athletically as a gymnast, cheerleader and member of the golf team.

She attended university at Morehead State, combining her interest in athletics and academics by earning a B.A. in Health & Physical Education in 2006. She obtained her Masters from University of the Cumberlands in 2012.

Sarah loved Louisville and moved here to teach Health & Physical Education at Shawnee High School in 2007. In 2010, she accepted a position at duPont Manual High School teaching the same until her death. She was admired by her students and respected by her colleagues. Sarah’s dedication to her students and this community will never be forgotten.

She is preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Rex & Mary Fugate Murphy, and paternal grandparents, Cliff & Sara Salt Jackson.

She was loved dearly and will be missed.

All are invited with love to say goodbye at Cave Hill Cemetery this Saturday, April 20, 2019, at 2:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers those wishing to may make a charitable donation to the Sarah Miller Scholarship Fund care of the Community Foundation of Louisville located at 325 W Main St., Ste. 1110, Louisville, KY 40204, or by calling 502-585-4649.
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    Cave Hill Cemetery
    701 Baxter Avenue
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Posted at 03:35pm
I always remembered how going through her class everyday was my favorite, the energy that she put in her class was unreal. If I ever felt down or something was wrong I knew I could always go talk to her and she would listen and wouldn't let me out of her office without knowing she helped me. she did this with lots of my friends also. I have only known Mrs.miller for like 3 months but I think its safe to say she was my favorite teacher that I have ever had and not just in high school. I will forever remember as I go in through her gym and as I go into my years of high school and as I go into my lifetime. Manual seriously lost a good one, I lost a good one, and so did everyone. But heaven gained an angel. I also remember when I was first nervous coming into class because I was the only sophomore and I dint have any friends and she sat down and talked to me about it for like 30 minutes no other teacher has cared about me that way. thank you so much for making me feel comfortable everyday that I was in your class and school. I will honor her by following her advices and moving forward

Melissa Bartley Cornett

Posted at 07:51pm
So sorry for the loss of Sarah. I remember her as a sweet girl who went through school with my son Josh Cornett. We are thinking of you Mary and family.

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