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Former First Lady of Lubbock passes away

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Family and friends are mourning the loss of former Lubbock First Lady Jayne Ann Miller, who died Saturday after a valiant fight with cancer. 

Mrs. Miller was the wife of former Lubbock Mayor David Miller.  She was involved in many organizations, including the UMC Foundation Board, Marian Moss Enterprises, and the Louise Underwood Center for the Arts.

Visitation is Monday evening at Sanders Funeral Home.

A memorial service is set for Tuesday, 4 PM in First Christian Church of Lubbock, 2323 Broadway.  Jayne Ann Miller is survived by her husband, three children, and seven grandchildren.

http://www.sandersfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Jayne-Miller/#/Obituary

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