Jereline Wilson was born September 26th, 1932 to A.W & Pearl Crenshaw in a small farm town of Cotton Plant, Arkansas. She was the 4th child born to the union of 5 children.
She attended school and helped with the family owned store and farm. She also helped with her youngest sister.
Jereline united in holy matrimony to Clarence Miller, Sr. on December 27, 1950. They later moved to Kansas City, Kansas in 1951. To this union six children was born.
She confessed her life to Christ at an early age. When in Kansas City, she united with Calvary Baptist Church. Later in life she united with Mt. Olive Baptist Church, where she faithfully served until her health began to fail.
Jereline was employed at the Kansas City School District, then later worked as a factory worker at several places in Kansas City area. She retired in the early 90's.
She enjoyed working as a Foster Grandmother along with her daughter.
She was preceded in death by her parents, son, Dennis R. Miller and Clarence Miller Jr, daughter Patricia A. Douglas and other special loved ones.
Jereline departed this life on Tuesday, August 27th, 2019.
Jereline leaves to cherish her memory: three children, Shirley Swancy, Debbra Calhoun (Henry) and Naomi White (Ernest) all of Kansas City, Kansas; eight grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; one great, great grandchild, along with a host of other relatives and a very special friend.