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BETTY LOU MILLER Betty Lou Miller, age 80, of Boulder City, NV passed away on April 3rd, 2020. She was born on October 6th, 1939 in Pueblo, Co to Albert and Ann Liptak Pavol. She married Harlan Miller in Pueblo on June 15th, 1968. They moved to Boulder City, NV about 40 years ago. Betty Lou worked for the Bureau of Reclamation as a public utilities specialist and retired in 2000. She was an active member at Saint Andrews Catholic Community in Boulder City. She was a gifted quilter and was a member of the Boulder City Cutups and the Sew Easy group. Besides quilting she enjoyed crocheting prayer shawls with a group of other faithful women. Betty Lou also enjoyed a good game of Bunko with her friends. Betty Lou is survived by her husband Harlan; a son John (Wendy) Miller; a brother Richard (Kathy) Pavol; sister in law Linda Pavol; son in law Richard O'Connell and her grandson MST2 Stephen Miller, who is currently serving in the United States Coast Guard. She was preceded in death by her parents; her daughter Susan O'Connell; her brother Albert Pavol Jr. The family held a private burial at the Boulder City Cemetery. Memorial mass will be held at a later date. Family and friends can sign an online memorial guestbook at

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Published in Boulder City Review on Apr. 9, 2020.
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April 14, 2020
I went to Catholic high with BETTY and she was one of the sweetest people I ever knew. God bless her and her family
April 10, 2020
Peace and strength especially to Harlan, and all family during this sad time of loss. I still recall Suzannes sharing of Betty and Miller family stories over the years...remember all of the good times and the strong family love you all share.
Liz Engebretson
April 10, 2020
So Sorry
Susan Cameron
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