Norma  Miller

Norma Florence Miller (Littlefield)

Monday, September 6th, 1926 - Friday, September 4th, 2020
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– Ogunquit

Norma Florence Miller, 93, formerly of Ogunquit, died peacefully Friday morning, September 4, 2020 at Bridges by Epoch in Pembroke, MA. She was born in Ogunquit on September 6, 1926, eldest daughter of Walter Perkins and Eleatha Lee (Beane) Littlefield.

Norma was educated locally, graduating from Wells High School in 1943. She then obtained her Nursing Aid Certificate and served with the visiting nurses.

Norma married her childhood sweetheart, John Francis Miller, and they enjoyed 71 amazing years together until his death in 2017. Norma was an exceptional wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend. Norma always put others first and was extremely generous. Creating a wonderful and loving homelife for her family was her top priority.

Norma and John were life long-time members of Ogunquit Baptist Church. Norma taught Sunday School, served on numerous committees and delivered Meals on Wheels for many years. She also enjoyed antiques, gardening, driving back roads with John and reading a good book.

In addition to her loving husband John F. Miller, she is predeceased by her two sons, Brian Miller and John (Captain Jack) Miller, and by her sister, Merriam Colbath.

Norma is survived by her daughter, Cheryl M. Broderick of Marshfield, MA; her grandson John Broderick and wife Nancy of Norwell, MA; her granddaughters Brianne
Miller -Tomasini and husband Michael, and Jenny Miller, all of Kennebunk; her great grandchildren Jack, William, and Katherine Broderick, Bryan Tomasini, and Riley Miller.

In view of COVID-19 concerns, services are private. Should friends choose, memorial donations in her name are encouraged to: Ogunquit Baptist Church Building Fund, PO Box 874, Ogunquit, ME 03907; or to the charity of one’s choice.
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    Locust Grove Cemetery
    Shore Road
    OGUNQUIT, ME 03907
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Due to Covid -19 restrictions, services will be private.


Donations are being accepted for: Ogunquit Baptist Church.


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Julie Twombly

Posted at 12:47pm
On behalf of my family I'd like to express our condolences to the extended Miller family and friends at Norma's passing. She and John were the Beauregard's neighbors over the many summers and holidays we spent at our family cottage on Park Lane in Ogunquit. They were good friends of our parents, Bob and Charlotte. She and John are together again. May they all rest in peace. Julie Beauregard Twombly

Charles Waite

Posted at 05:32pm
Cheryl and Family- I am sorry to hear of Norma’s passing. May God’s loving arms surround both Norma and each of you at this time. I first met Norma in 1989 when a group of us worked evenings and were unable to attend 12-Step (AA specifically) scheduled nightly meetings in the area. We decided to ask the Baptist Church if we could meet there a few mornings a week. Norma was one of the representatives from the Baptist Church, with whom we met and was very welcoming. That 9:00am meeting continues, to my knowledge, and has been a true gift to many residents and visitors alike. Later, after knowing John and serving on many Boards, including the Ogunquit Select Board together, I was afforded many memorable chats with Norma when I called and John was out and about. Those discussions with Norma were delightful and full of “good advice”. Although saddened, I know in my heart that John and Norma are together again. Like John, Norma’s years of service in the Baptist Church and the Town of Ogunquit remains a lasting legacy to the many lives they touched. My deepest sympathy on your loss. -Charles L. Waite III -“Bunky”-

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