LOUP CITY– Janene”Jan “S. Miller, 77, of Loup City entered peace Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020, at the Northern Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colo.
. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15, at the Loup City Community Structure, with Roger Miller officiating. Burial will follow at the Arcadia City Cemetery in Arcadia. The family requests that if you can wear red, her favorite color, to honor her life, please do so. Recommended memorials in her honor can be offered to Loup City Fire & & Rescue or Rose Lane Assisted Living Home. All COVID-19 standards will be followed, with face masks suggested. Higgins Funeral Service Home in Loup City supervises of arrangements. The service will be livestreamed on the Higgins Funeral service House Facebook page. You can leave acknowledgements for Jan’s family at higginsfuneralhomelc.com.
Janene “Jan” Sharlene Murray Miller was born Feb. 16, 1946, in Loup City to Donald and Evelyn Hyatt Murray of Arcadia. She matured on a farm beyond Arcadia. She went to Riverview Country School and graduated from Arcadia High School in 1964.
She married Kenneth H. Krahulik at the Presbyterian Church at Ord in the summer season of 1965. After Jan operated in Lincoln and North Platte as a bank teller, the couple relocated 1970 back to Lincoln, where she was used in the beginning National Bank and Security Mutual Life Insurance Coverage Business till 1973. The couple invited 2 kids: Ryan in 1973, and Randal in 1977. After a brief stint in Wilber, the family returned to Arcadia in 1980.
After a divorce, Jan wed Terry “Don” Miller in 1988 and moved to Loup City. While raising her family there, Jan hung around looking after her mother and others at Rose Lane Retirement Home up until 2007.
Jan’s biggest pleasure in life was being involved in her kids and grandchildren’s activities. She liked her family and spent the majority of her time watching the boys in their sports and activities growing up. She also enjoyed hanging out with all of her grandchildren, going to whatever activities they might be in, from track satisfies to band concerts to youth soccer. She never ever satisfied a stranger; she made buddies of everybody she fulfilled. Throughout the years she was everybody’s adopted “mom” or “grandmother.” All that she entered into contact with called her a very sweet woman.
Jan would invest her years supporting her spouse within the Nebraska Fur Harvesters, constantly anticipating convention time, in which Don was a past president. She was an avid fan of Nebraska Cornhusker football and Kansas Jayhawk basketball. Although in life she would not confess, she liked to listen to the ’50s music of her youth and enjoyed TELEVISION programs such as “Dateline” and “NCIS.” She would likewise anxiously wait for the early morning newspaper and her weekly Individuals magazine and read it cover to cover.
She is survived by her spouse, Don Miller, of Loup City; her sons/spouses, Ryan and Jennifer Krahulik of Lyman, Randy and Brandi Krahulik of Overland Park, Kan., and Roger and Jennifer Miller of Colorado Springs, Colo. She is also made it through by 8 grandchildren, Zachary and Brittany Miller of Seattle, Ashley and Rhyan Bonine of Casper, Wyo., Jacob Miller and fiancée Caya Bahr of Thorton, Colo., Peyton Krahulik of Rapid City, S.D., Kenna, Lily and Alexander Krahulik of Lyman and Parker Waruch of Overland Park. There are likewise four great-grandchildren, Sarah, Isaac and Teagan Bonine and Logan Miller. She is also survived by a bro, Kent and Coleen Murray of Omaha, and child, Jessica and Dan Milius and kids Cleo and Samuel of Lincoln.
She was preceded in death by her moms and dads, Donald and Evelyn Murray; and partner, Ken Krahulik.