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Uta Maria Alexandra Miller, a beloved wife, mother, and cherished friend, passed away suddenly at Metropolitan Hospital in Windsor on August 19, 2023, at the age of almost 84. She was born to Max and Alice in Germany and immigrated to Canada with her family in 1951. Uta dedicated her life to helping others and making a positive impact on those around her. She worked as a secretary at Forest Glade Public School, where her kindness and support touched the lives of many school children. Uta’s adventurous spirit led her to explore the remote areas of Canada and travel extensively throughout Europe. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

Uta was the dear wife of William “Bill” for 57 years and the devoted mother of Billy, who resides in Vancouver. She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Lilly. Uta’s journey to Canada began aboard the S.S. Saturnia, sailing from Genoa, Italy, and culminated in Halifax before making her way to Toronto by train. Her professional journey began at a chartered accounting firm in Toronto, where she assisted with preparing complex financial statements. In 1966, she transitioned to working as a secretary at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Waterloo. Eventually, Uta and her husband settled in Windsor in 1968, and she continued her secretarial role at Forest Glade Public School until her retirement in December 2004.

Uta possessed an array of strengths and talents, which she used to positively impact the lives of others. She had a passion for helping young school children and constantly went above and beyond for them. Uta and her husband embarked on numerous adventures together, exploring mountains, glaciers, canyons, and wild rivers throughout every province and territory in Canada. They even ventured to remote locations such as Lake Hazen in the High Arctic, where they skillfully avoided encounters with polar bears. Additionally, Uta’s love for travel extended to numerous countries in Europe and the United Kingdom, where she never missed an opportunity to visit renowned cathedrals. During her leisure time, Uta indulged in her passion for reading.

Uta’s kindness and generosity extended beyond her professional and personal life. She always embraced the opportunities to help others and touched the lives of many through her selfless acts. Uta cherished her longstanding friendship with her best friend, Maureen, and enjoyed their weekly outings together. In accordance with her wishes, Uta was cremated, and no service or visitation will take place. Her memory will be forever cherished by her loved ones, and her legacy will continue to live on.

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