Hattie Mae Broadwater Miller of Asheville, went home to be with the LORD on Sunday March 13, 2022. She was a native of Greensboro, but spent the majority of her life in Asheville. Hattie worked transportation for years at Thom’s Rehab, and did laundry at Victoria Health Care before retiring shortly after.
She was preceded in death by her husband Cornelius Miller I, parents Hattie and John Broadwater, Jessie Smith, her brother Roosevelt (Deno) Broadwater, and daughter Doris Broadwater.
Left to cherish her memories are her children Donna Wells (Eddie) of Asheville, Karen Miller of Asheville, Stacey Miller (Detra) of Indiana, and Cornelius Miller (Debra) of SC, her brother John Broadwater of Pennsylvania, 14 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and 1 great- great grandchild. The Family will welcome visitors at 8 Wilson Creek Drive, Asheville, NC 28803, beginning, March 17th through March 20th, 12pm-5pm. Special thanks to Dr. Paul Midkiff from Family Healthcare and CarePartners Hospice.
Mrs. Hattie Mae Miller will be laid to rest during a private family memorial.
Your loved one received the most prestigious invitation that was signed by the Angel of Love. It is written with the blood of Jesus, and delivered by a special white dove. "You are invited to eternal rest, where pain and suffering will be no more"
"You have passed the final test of life, and you’ve acquired the highest score"
The mornings are filled with pleasant rays of sunshine, rainbows occupy the beautiful, deep blue sky. Sweet melodies of Zion grace the Kingdom of Heaven, from all the blessed Angels on high.
Take evening strolls along the golden streets of Glory, or just sit back, relax, and listen to all the Saints tell God’s amazing story.
Eat snacks from the illustrious trees in the magnificent garden, or drink from the endless fountain of God. Break bread with all His sons and daughters, in this most peaceful and Holy place. Or marvel with blessed thankfulness, just to behold the miracles of His saving grace.
Only VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE are invited, ones whose souls have been washed in the precious blood of lamb. Come live in My Kingdom for a job well done; come live in abundant peace, My Faithful Servant, My Diligent Son”
Although she still felt a little reluctant, because he had to leave his family and friends alone, but this invitation was so intriguing, she wanted to live with the Master; he was prepared to take his journey home.
by Niece Holly Broadwater
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