Roseanna Miller, 66, Columbia City, died at 4:26 p.m., Saturday, April 15, at Renaissance Village where she had been a resident since March 24.
She was born Aug. 8, 1950, in Kansas City, Mo., a daughter of John F. and Shirley J. (Foster) McCord. Her formative years were spent in Jonesboro. She graduated from Mississinewa High School. She then moved to Fort Wayne and completed her education at Ivy Tech.
Roseanna lived in Fort Wayne and later Columbia City and Shriner Lake.
She was a recorder for Allen County Superior Court for many years and also worked for M.P. Smith & Associates.
Surviving relatives include her father: John McCord, Swayzee; a sister: Johnny (Edgar) Black, Swayzee; a nephew: Christopher (Kristen) Black, Marion; her former husband of 44 years: Will Miller, Columbia City; and her best friend: Rhonda Drews, Kendallville.
There will be no visitation or service.
Preferred memorials are to Paws and Claws Pet Care Palace or Desiree Dean Photography.
Arrangements are entrusted to Smith and Sons Funeral Home, Columbia City.