Carol P. Miller, 75, Meals on Wheels volunteer

October 27, 2004

Carol P. Miller, a volunteer who helped establish a Meals on Wheels kitchen in downtown Baltimore, died of lung cancer Oct. 18 at Oak Crest Village. The longtime Roland Park resident was 75.

Born Carol Posten in Morgantown, W.Va., she earned her bachelor's degree in English from Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., and belonged to Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.

A member for more than 40 years and former trustee of First and Franklin Street Presbyterian Church, where services were held Saturday, Mrs. Miller worked on the Holly Tours of Mount Vernon homes and city churches in the 1960s and 1970s.

She was a former chairwoman and founder of her church's Meals on Wheels kitchen and ran the annual church fair held in its courtyard.

A member of the Junior League of Baltimore, she sang in its Larks a capella ensemble and assisted in the move of its Wise Penny thrift shop from Waverly to Govans.

Survivors include her husband of 48 years, William M. Miller, a retired Gilman School English teacher; two sons, William M. Miller Jr. of Durham, N.C., and Timothy K. Miller of Chambersburg, Pa.; two daughters, Margaret M. Jarosinski of Towson and Susan M. Lloyd of Hightstown, N.J.; a sister, Patricia P. Noyes of Dataw Island, S.C.; and 10 grandchildren.

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