2006 – 2007 Nancy Lynn Miller, 59, passed away on Monday, November 10, 2008, at 2:22 pm after an extended illness. She was born in Sharon, PA on September 1, 1949, to James C. and Margaret Berger Phillips. Nancy was preceded in death by her mother. She is survived by her father, James C. Phillips Sr., Fort Meyers, FL; daughter, Paula Jurko, Dublin, OH; daughter, Lisa Dickson, her husband Daryl and granddaughter Sarah Dickson all of Brookfield, OH; sisters, Patricia A. Phillips, Hubbard OH, Cindy Fammartino-Fark and family of Scottsdale, AZ; brother, James C. Phillips Jr. and family of Poland, OH; step-sons, Darren Miller and family of Hermitage, Pa, Dr. Kirt Miller and family of Chesapeake, OH and Rhonda Resele of Transfer, PA as well as former husbands John Jurko of Brookfield, OH and Thomas Miller of Girard, OH.
Nancy was a beloved mother and grandmother and lived in the Youngstown-Warren Ohio area until the age of 41. While there she graduated from Brookfield High School and Youngstown State University and was very active in several community organizations and First Presbyterian Churches in Sharon, Youngstown and Vienna.
In 1991 Ms. Miller relocated to Laredo, TX to work as a financial officer for Delphi Corporation in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. While in Laredo she completed her Masters in Business Administration at Texas A&M International University. In addition to several committee positions, she served as Treasurer of the Laredo Business Professional Women’s Association as well as Seminar Chair in 1996. She attended the Leadership Texas Class of 1996 and belonged to the Laredo Leadership Texas Alumnae Association. Nancy was also the President of the Friends of the Laredo Public Library and helped to raise the funds required for a new state-of-the-art facility. In 1997 Ms. Miller moved to Cordoba Argentina to serve as Chief Financial Officer for Delphi Corporation there. Ms. Miller returned to Laredo, TX in 1999 to serve as a finance administrator for Delphi until her retirement in 2003. She moved to San Antonio Texas in 2005 and became President of the San Antonio Newcomers Association within six months. She was active in the bridge club and an avid supporter of both the Laredo and San Antonio chapters of the American Red Cross.