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Phoebe Floyd Miller

January 20, 1935 — March 20, 2024

North Charleston, South Carolina

Phoebe Floyd Miller

Phoebe Floyd Miller, 89, passed away peacefully March, 20th. Phoebe was born January 20th, 1935, the daughter of Bill and Ola Floyd Underwood in Houston County, Alabama. Phoebe Miller was a proud member of the North Charleston community who dedicated her life to serving others. She served as a board member of the North Charleston City Council from 2002-2012 serving under Mayor Keith Summey who dedicated Fire Station #5 on Dorchester Road ( District 10) in her honor. She tirelessly worked to improve the lives of her fellow citizens, leaving an indelible mark on the city she called home.

Phoebe was not only a dedicated public servant but also a compassionate friend and neighbor. She was committed to improving her neighborhood, Ashley Villas, serving as President of the Homeowners Association. She served as President and Treasurer for the East Ashley Green and Clean committee. Phoebe was also secretary for Barrett Lawrimore, President of the Tomato Growers Association. Her unwavering commitment to community engagement and civic duty inspired those around her to strive for positive change.

Beyond her political contributions, Phoebe was deeply involved in numerous endeavors and community organizations, always advocating for the marginalized and undeserved.

Her legacy of kindness, integrity, and selflessness will forever be cherished by all who had the privilege of knowing her. Though she may be gone, her spirit will continue to live on in the hearts of those she touched.

She is survived by her children Michael Miller (Cher), Tracy Miller (Bonnie) and Scott Miller and five grandchildren and several Great grandchildren.  She was the sister of Grady Underwood of Tallahassee, Florida and predeceased by her grandson Eric and sister Betty Johnson, also from Florida. Phoebe will be cremated followed by a private family service. 

“For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him may not perish but have eternal life." Rest in Peace Momma, love Mike and Tracy. 

Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. West Ashley Chapel.

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