Phyllis “Penny” Miller


MILLER, Phyllis (Penny) Phyllis Penelope (Penny) Ponikowski Miller, of Frisco, TX, passed away peacefully on June 29, 2022, at the age of 83, while surrounded by her daughter, son and daughter in-law.

Penny was born in Buffalo, NY in December 1938. She graduated from West Seneca High School and then attended University of Buffalo. She married Raymond E. Miller, also from Buffalo, on June 1, 1957, at the early age of 19 and remained married to the love of her live until his death on August 6, 2019. Penny was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend to those who knew her. She enjoyed life to the fullest.

Her interests included traveling, gardening, dinner club, entertaining family and friends, following her beloved Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers, caring for her and Ray’s dogs through the years, playing Canasta, and Slurpee’s. Penny loved the sighting of cardinals: they gave her joy to watch them and pause to remember those who she lost and that they would forever be in her spirit. Penny is preceded in death by her parents, Stan & Fay Ponikowski, and husband, Ray Miller. She is survived by her sister, Judy Nessen; brother, Fred Ponikowski; son, Mark D. Miller (married to Nancy Treadwell Miller); daughter, Julie Miller; grandchildren Sarah Miller Edgecomb (married to Robb Edgecomb), Caroline Miller Toups (married to Stephen Toups) and Hunter Lee Treadwell. Penny was also a proud Great Grandmother to Jack, Claire, Reed and Graham Edgecomb and Miller Toups.

Visitation: July 28, 5-8PM with a Rosary at 6PM

North Dallas Funeral Home, Dallas

Funeral Mass: July 29, 10AM @ St. Monica Catholic Church, Dallas with a reception immediately following 11AM-1PM.

Penny will then be interred at DFW National Cemetery along side her husband, Ray, at 2PM.

(Please be at least 15min. early if you plan to attend the interment, or follow the procession from St. Monica after the reception.)

2 replies on “Phyllis “Penny” Miller”

Bernie Hogan says:

Thoughts and Prayers.
God Bless!

Kevin Morton says:

My deepest condolence for all the Miller family. Be comforted knowing that she lived a great, long life and passed peacefully to be with her Lord and savior. Peace be with her and her family.

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