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Ramona Marie (Pullins) Miller

Ramona Marie (Pullins) Miller was born July 4, 1977 in Blythe, CA, to Sandra Kay (LaForte) and Samuel Edward Pullins. She joined her Heavenly Father and her son Jackson on November 24, 2023 in St. Louis, MO, surrounded by family and friends.


Ramona is survived by her daughter Zoe Miller, Zoe’s father, Travis Miller (Mara Strycharz), mother Sandra Pullins (Ted Fleetwood), and sister Rhonda Pullins all of Nixa, MO; her brother, Ryan Pullins (Christina) of Ozark, MO; sister Candi Wilson of Phoenix, AZ; brother Chris Wilson of Blythe, CA; sister Keri Fleetwood of Rogersville, MO; and paternal grandmother Hazel Pullins of Coffeyville, KS. She is also survived by three uncles, and three aunts, numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends who loved her dearly, especially her best friend, Tiffany Whittington of Ozark, MO.


She is preceded in death by her son Jackson Miller in 2008, her father Eddie Pullins in1994, her brother Tyler Rambo in 2017, her maternal grandparents, and her paternal grandfather.


Ramona graduated from Field Kindley Memorial High School in Coffeyville, KS, in 1995. She attended MSU in Springfield, MO. She worked for many years for Bailey Quarry in their office.


Ramona also co-owned small businesses along the way, making money to take Zoe on special mother/daughter trips over the years. Some of these trips included multiple trips to Disneyland, Niagara Falls, Minnesota to the Mall of America, New Orleans, Kentucky, Sedona, AZ, Colorado, St. Louis, Kansas City to see Taylor Swift (yes, she was a Swiftie), and the last trip they took together to Hawaii. This was Ramona’s dream trip. It was fulfilled by a generous gift from Ally’s Wish.


Ramona fought stage-4, triple-negative breast cancer for many years.She worked with the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks, participating in their annual fashion show for three years. Her inspiration helped many other women in their battles with breast cancer.


Zoe was her everything. She often referred to Zoe as her best friend. She loved her more than any other person in the world, and Zoe loved her “to the moon and to Saturn” (T. Swift, Seven). They had an extra special relationship that will be hard to duplicate.


Service for Ramona Miller will be held Saturday, December 2 at 10am at North Point Church in Nixa, MO, with Pastor Jeremy Alvarez officiating. Inurnment will be at a later date in the Selmore Cemetery.

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