Norma Lillian Miles Mrs.

norma miles

December 7, 1955 ~ February 13, 2015

Born in: ., Jamaica
Resided in: Dacula, GA

Norma Lillian Miles, born December 7th 1955, leaving husband Carol, sons Kerron (Ron) and Shaun, daughter Carilyn, grandchildren Kaiden, Kaitlin and Corey, and other relatives and friends. She celebrated 36 marvelous years of marriage. Her career lasted 30+ years as a Biology Teacher as well as guidance counselor. A devout Christian who loved everyone she encountered. Her strength and kindness will never be forgotten. An angel has returned home to our Lord on Feb 13, 2015. Funeral services will be held at Free Chapel Gwinnett on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 12 pm. The family will receive friends on Friday, February 27, 2015 from 6:00-9:00 pm at Wages & Sons Funeral Homes in Lawrenceville.

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  1. Prayers for all of you at this time.
    Treasure all your memories.

    Love and may God comfort each of you.

  2. It was a blessing to have met Aunty Norma. We love her dearly. God’s comfort and continued blessings be with you.

  3. Mrs Miles was such inspiration to me when I went to work at SVHS. She will be missed. Her kindness and gentleness will be forever remembered by those of us who are left behind.

  4. My prayers are with during this difficult time. May the Lord comfort each of you and give you strength. May you hearts be comforted with the memories that you hold of a special lady.

  5. Mrs. Norma Miles was a gracious, beautiful, exemplary, God-fearing woman. She was a great educator. It was a pleasure knowing her. Be not dismayed, she is waiting for that resurrection morn to meet Jesus who was very precious to her. God’s comfort to you- family members. Be of good cheer.

  6. Mrs. Miles was my assigned mentor at SVHS, she inspired me, she was the shoulder you could always lean on. A very kind hearted and God fearing person. I will miss her. Sleep on my friend.

  7. Met Mrs. Miles at SVHS. She was so warm and welcoming made me feel right at home. She was always someone I could talk to. She will be deeply missed by all who had the chance to meet her.

  8. To the Miles Family,

    I work with Mrs. Miles son (Kerron Miles), and wanted to express my deepest sympathy for him and his family. Though I did not personally know Mrs. Miles, I do know that she raised an incredible son and we at Harmon Financial could not be more sorry for his loss. Know that we are here, and will keep the Miles family in our thoughts and prayers during this sorrowful time.

  9. A gentle giant who impacted the school family in a great way. Your warm smile, thoughtful nature and quiet demeanor endeared colleagues and students to you. You were the epitome of serenity; in the midst of turmoil your presence brought calm and assurance.

    Fond memories of you will always be in our hearts.

    So family, be comforted that she lived a fulfilled life; her work is complete and her soul has found lasting rest in Jesus.

  10. A gentle giant who impacted the school family in a great way. Your warm smile, thoughtful nature and quiet demeanor endeared colleagues and students to you. You were the epitome of serenity; in the midst of turmoil your presence brought calm and assurance.

    Fond memories of you will always be in our hearts.

    So family, be comforted that she lived a fulfilled life; her work is complete and her soul has found lasting rest in Jesus.

  11. Norma, you were a true friend, confidante and sister in Christ. You impacted my life tremendously in the six short years that I have known you. The time we spent together will be cherished.

    I have no doubt that you have found eternal rest. See you in the great Resurrection Morning.

  12. Your were more than a mother to us. We thank you for your time effort. Your words of wisdom will live on through us. Rest in peace

  13. Aunty, you quietly slipped into our lives, made a lasting impression and just as you came, you quietly slipped away. You cemented for us the knowledge that tremendous power that can be found in prayer. You brought new meaning to the thought that “with Christ in the vessel, one can smile at every storm” Lexie and I continue to speak your name with love and admiration. Walk good Aunty Miles, rest well until we meet again.

    Our gratitude to the family for allowing us to share the life of one so dear. Find solace in the fact that even when we walk through the valley of the shadow of death we are not alone. Be blessed.

  14. Mrs. Miles, You have touched my heart during your tenure at Spot Valley High School. You encouraged me to be a servant leader and to have a closer relationship with God. You have left a void, but your memory will last forever. Take your rest, Mom.

  15. Mrs. Miles was like a mother to me. She taught me so much. She taught me to be a good mother, to be humble and to appreciate life one day at a time. Her Christian values were exemplary and her words of encouragement rings in my ears. I miss her so much but as a former colleague, I say to her family, you have a shared a marvellous woman with me and this is appreciated. I know all of us miss her but I can assure you, she is resting in Jesus’ sweet arms. I know it is a bittersweet taste in your mouth but she has left a legacy for you to celebrate. Take comfort in her work and words. May her memories linger with you always. Sleep on and take your rest, Mother Miles.

  16. Mrs. Miles was like a mother to me. As a new addition to the SVHS family and in the area of science she took very good care of me. She taught me eternal lessons that have impacted me significantly. So to the family I will say weep not as those without hope because when we follow we will certainly see her on that great judgement day. May she rest peacefully.

  17. Aunty Norma was a true ambassador for Christ. She was my dear friend and mentor, a truly caring and passionate woman who was always concerned about others. She loved life and always encouraged me to do the same, glorifying God in all I do. I am truly blessed to have known this beautiful woman of God.
    Take comfort, Uncle Carol and family, knowing that she has found rest in the arms of God.

  18. Norma, rest in thy peace, rise in thy power, reign in thy glory. May angels escort her to eternal rest. We have lost a great friend, but Heaven has gained an angel.

  19. I am very saddened by the passing of Mrs. Norma Miles! I am comforted, however, because I know that she is now enjoying sweet rest. It is my aim to take all the wonderful lessons learnt from her to make my life better. I am a better person for knowing her. She also impacted my children positively as well. May her soul rest in peace and light perpetually shines in her!

  20. Mrs. Norma Miles, friend, confidante, wise counsellor, motivator. She lived a life that preached her love for God and people. Just a few short years spent at Soot Valley High School, but oh… what blessings she brought; what a rich legacy she left.
    Her quiet dignity; her kindness to all; the sincerity and gentleness of her speech; the healing touch of her hand that calmed many a troubled soul; her impeccable integrity are just some of the treasures. I thank God for lending her to us and for sharing her with me.

    I love her; I miss her but I know God has her in His keeping. May the God of all comfort grant consolation to her family and her friends, may her soul rest in peace.

  21. It was such an honour to have been blessed with the opportunity to have met a wonderful person like Mrs. Miles. Auntie Norma was such an inspiration and a mighty woman of God. She was someone who you could go and talk to and know that in the end you will feel better. She was a mother to all, one who always had a word of encouragement to share. I can still hear her voice calling out to me while she tries to get my attention and that is a voice I will carry around for the rest of my life.

    She will be truly missed and I pray the God will give the immediate family the strength to carry on.

    Hoping to meet you again Auntie Norma.

    Rest in peace my dear.

  22. I’m glad that I had the pleasure of working with such a wonderful soul. Your prayers brought much comfort to me in difficult times. Rest on my sweet angel ony God knows the plans he has for you which are perfect, he knows best…reat on sweet soul until we meet again!

  23. Mrs. Norma Miles, a mom away from home. Always there to pick you up and brush you off when you fall down. Then motivates you with words like Martin Luther King to go and challenge the world. Mrs. Miles, what you have given us can never be replaced and we thank you so much for you. For words alone cannot describe your remarkable personality.

    We love you and you will be greatly missed. Even though you are in a better place right now.

    May your soul rest in peace.

  24. After the clouds, the sunshine; after the winter, the spring; after the shower, the rainbow; for life is a changeable thing. After the night the morning, bidding all darkness cease, after life’s cares and sorrows, the comfort and sweetness of peace. Helen Steiner Rice

    My thoughts are with the Miles family at this time of sorrow.
    May the peace that comes from the memories of love, shared with Mrs. Norma Miles, comfort you now and in days ahead.
    May her sweet soul rest in peace

  25. You never said ‘I’m leaving’, neither did you said goodbye. You were gone before I knew it and only the Heavenly Father knows why. Your love, kind words and caring heart were what boost my ego to attend classes daily. A mom away from home you were to me and it ripped my heart to not even get a change to say goodbye.
    My your soul rest in peace, your Sashie loves you always.

  26. I am deeply saddened by the passing of Mrs Miles. She was a kind and considerate person and I feel lucky that I had the pleasure of knowing her. Mrs Miles will be very missed. May her soul rest in peace.

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