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Emma Lee Clement Miller

March 2, 1941 ~ August 17, 2010

Emma Lee Clement Miller, 69, of Lake Charles died Tuesday, August 17, 2010 in a Shreveport hospital.


Mrs. Miller was born, raised and educated in Creole, LA and was a graduate of South Cameron High School. She lived most of her life in Cameron and has lived the past twenty years in Lake Charles. During that time she worked as a Lead in Dietary Nutritional Services for Lake Charles Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Miller enjoyed cooking, especially for family, friends and gatherings of most any occasion. She was an avid animal lover, as she had a variety that she found great joy in caring for. Her little dog, Duke James Miller, brought a smile to her face each morning as they started a new day.


She will be most remembered as a strong, wise woman, with an overwhelming love of her children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren.


She leaves to cherish her memory, two sons, Roger D. Miller and wife Kim and Kevin A. Miller, all of Cameron; two daughters, Cheryl Miller Fullington and husband Steve of Lake Charles and Jennifer A. Clement of Cameron; six grandchildren, Melissa Derouen, Rodney D. Miller, Terry Miller, Jr., Jeremy Miller, Crissy Reddin and Dillon Miller; six great- grandchildren; two brothers, John David Clement, Sr. of Lake Charles and Thomas "Poochie" Clement of Creole; one sister, Cindy Clement Gatlin of Sulphur and many dear friends.


She was preceded in death by two sons, Terry D. Miller and Orlanda J. Miller; her parents, John David Clement, Sr. and Eve Hulton Clement; one sister, Betty Jean Clement and one brother, Dean Davis.


Funeral service will be at 3:00 PM Saturday, August 21, 2010 in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Reverend Jerry Snider will officiate. Interment will follow in Prien Memorial Park. Visitation Friday will be from 1:00 PM until 10:00 PM and will continue Saturday from 8:00 AM until the time of service in the funeral home.

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  1. Cheryl and family I was so sorry to hear about your Mother. I only had the pleasure of meeting her briefly, but I heard the love and affection in your voice each time you spoke of her. I know her death will leave a big hole in your life, because nobody loves you like your Momma. However, I know your faith and your memories will get you through the hard times, and over time the tears will be replaced more and more with a laugh or a smile. I know you are surrounded by friends and family and are well taken care of, however i wish i too could be there for you. Take care and know I am thankful to call you friend and that your Mother raised such a loving caring person, love you, DaVone

  2. I will miss your mother dearly, she was a very special person to me. She always helped others in her own special way. She loved to make you laugh she was the light of the party. She will be missed.

  3. I worked with Maw Maw in dietary for 10 yrs.at LCMH I didn't loose a co- worker I lost a grand mother I loved her so much an she has told me on more than one time I look at you thomas as one of my grand kids. Me an maw maw (Emma Miller) Had went to her family crawfish boils,in Creole, Rogers truck show an even went with to her family cemtery in oak grove where Orlanda an Terry was buried the list goes on and on In this life it has been my pleasure to have known her an to have truely called her Maw Maw and meant it. I pray that god will comfort each and everyone of you Roger, Cheryl,Kevin,an Jennifer,an to every body else I love and miss you Maw Maw love for ever Thomas

  4. Our family is so sorry for your loss. Ms Emma Lee was a caring woman who worked hard all her life for the love of her family. She will be missed.

  5. Rodger,Kim, and Dylan I'm so sorry for your pain. I'm still in Baton Rouge with my brother, otherwise i would be there for ya'll. Our prayers are with ya'll Patty and Chris Morales

  6. Roger, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We love you brother, you know shes up there with her car show shirt on talking it up with pops….Chad


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