Sister Charleen D. Miller was born November 24, 1963 to the Late Benjamin F. Miller and the Late Inez Steele in Dade City, Florida. She attended school in Dade City area and graduated in 1982 from Pasco Comprehensive High School. Charleen was employed at Lykes Pasco Packing Company, where she worked for 15 years, until closing of the company; Family Dollar Store for 10 years; Walmart for 10 years, until her health failed. She was an active member of In The Place of God Ministries, where she served on the Usher Board and Hospitality Ministry. Her special hobbies were, styling hair, fishing, sewing, playing games on her telephone, taking pictures, and loving on her children and grandchildren, and cooking. On Friday, September 17, 2021 God saw fit to call her home to an eternal rest. She is survived by: her loving and devoted children, Benanthony L. Miller, Janisa Belton (Da’larion), Quanisha Redfield, Tawayia Miller and Dominique Brown; grandchildren, Brittish Moore-Miller, D’aubrii Turner, Skylar Turner, and Jayala Turner; siblings, Apostle Saundra Coward of Dade City, FL, Benjamín F. Miller Jr, (Debra) of Hinesville GA, Barbara Ann Miller of Dade City, FL, Janet Harris (James) of Dade City, FL, Elizzine Miller (Deceased), Dometa Mitchell of Lakeland, FL, Deltra Miller (Deceased), Marvin Miller, and Leslie Miller of Dade City, FL; special sister, Alice Floyd; god sister and brother, Demetria and Demarcus Godbolt of Dade City, FL; god children, Destiny Fagin, Willie Reed lll, Destin Samuel, Keith Island, Keion Island, Keishawn Island, Joshua Gallimore; god mother: Nunnie Scott; best friends, Shelia Scott, Irene Rodriquez, and Kia Belton; special nieces, Brittany Toole, Ciarra Steel, and Ja’Keela Howard; aunts, Claudia Coger, Cleopatra Steele, Maxine Tucker, Rose Miller Davis, and Sherry Miller Baker; uncle, Samuel Steele, Robert Steele (Cynthia), Alfreddie Steele, and Richard Davis; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends.
*Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have implemented necessary procedures during Visitations, Funeral Ceremonies, Gravesides, and other public and private ceremonies. We do ask that all visitors of these services to please continue to wear your masks and please remember to social distance. These new policies may be inconvenient, but due to the severity of the virus, we ask that everyone be considerate, patient, and safe with others as we try to get through this most difficult time. Seating during services may be limited so please be considerate of the immediate family especially.
*If you are attending a Graveside service or an Outdoor Celebration you are welcomed to bring your own chair as seating will be limited! We will provide water to make everyone as comfortable as possible. We thank you in advance for your cooperation during this time. We pray that everyone stays safe and cooperative with the current CDC rules.