Wendy Jean Miller


Mexico – Wendy Jean Miller, 50, of Worcester Street, Mexico, left this world on May 2, to be with the Lord, after a six-year-long courageous battle with Ovarian cancer. She was surrounded by her family and her three precious angels in her final days, as she was in life.

She was born on July 31, 1955, in Rumford, the daughter of Norbert and Sally Gallant whom reside in Mexico.

She attended schools in Mexico and graduated from Mexico High School in 1973.

She lived in Mexico with her husband, Clayton, son, Clay, and the animals she cherished.

She had a passion for horses and when first diagnosed with cancer, her husband built “God’s Lil` Ranch,” which brought her so much happiness.

She was the most caring, kind, generous, loving wife, friend and mother that there could be. She had a special way of inspiring everyone around her. The lessons that she taught, and understanding she showed, is irreplaceable. She will be sadly missed by all that knew her. I love you my darling, see you soon (your husband).

She is survived by her loving husband, and best friend, Clayton E. Miller, whom she married in 1989; two sons, Travis A. Merchant of Richmond, Va. and Clayton R. Miller of Mexico; her parents, Norbert and Sally Gallant of Mexico; two brothers, Greg W. Gallant and wife, Cheryl, of Rumford and Timothy L. Gallant and wife, Malinda, of Weld; many cousins, nieces, nephews; and so many special friends.

The family wishes to extend a special thanks to Tammy Bean from Androscoggin Hospice and the wonderful staff at the Androscoggin Hospice House in Auburn, for all of her wonderful care and love during Wendy’s and her family’s time of need.