LATHAM – Elizabeth F. Millet, 46, of Latham, died Monday, November 23, 2009 at her home. Elizabeth was born and raised in Lancaster, PA. She was a graduate of Lafayette College in Easton, PA, and she attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy. She was employed for eighteen years by Rehabilitation Support Services in Albany.
Elizabeth is survived by her loving husband of nineteen years, Richard Millet; her children Joanne, Julia, Louis and Gerald Millet; her mother Mary Schreiber Feeman of Lancaster, PA; her brother and his wife John and Josie Feeman of Lancaster, PA; and her nephew Eddie Feeman of Lancaster, PA. She was predeceased by her father Robert Feeman.
Funeral services will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Those wishing to remember Elizabeth in a special way may make contributions to the St. Peter’s ALS Regional Center, 19 Warehouse Row, Albany, NY 12205. To leave a message of condolence for the family or download a contribution form please visit www.HansFuneralHome.com.
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Dear Dick and Children,
I was deeply saddened to read of Liz’s passing. I had kept up with news of her illness through Bobbi at Pepsi. I looked for you at the retirement lunch a few weeks ago, but they told me that Liz had worsened and you were home caring for her. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.
The Kaczynski Family
Joanne and family – we are so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Please know we are here for you. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
To Dick, Joanne, Julia, Louis and Gerald:
Liz and I worked together for many years. I enjoyed working with her and loved hearing great stories about the kids and also seeing them on occasion at the office.
She overheard me and another secretary a long time ago talking about one of the bosses who never gave us anything for Christmas. Every year after that she gave us each a gift from the dollar store. We would find it on our desks with no card but we always knew who it came from. It was appreciated by us more than anything else we ever received. I work part time for another agency now and the last gift Liz gave me was a set of jacks and a ball. It sits in a container on my desk and has, for almost five years since I started here. I thought of her quite often with a smile.
My sincere condolences and prayers are with all of you.