Jennifer Lorraine (Olin) MillerJanuary 28, 1984 ~ December 7, 2017 (age 33)
Jennifer Lorraine Olin Miller was the daughter of the late Pedro Olin and Minnie Myers Olin. Jennifer entered her earthly journey on January 28, 1984 in Orangeburg, South Carolina. She made her peaceful transition to her heavenly home on December 7, 2017 at Trident Medical Center in Charleston, South Carolina.
Jennifer graduated from Holly Hill-Roberts High School class of 2002. In church, she served as a class leader, Sunday School Teacher, Member of the Missionary Society, and one of the dynamic lead singers of the New Generation Mass Choir of Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church. Jennifer was always happy to use her talent anywhere and whenever. Jennifer had a few favorite sayings that we will never forget "Shoont Nah" and "I know they praying for my downfall." Her favorite color was purple and no matter the event you could always count on her to be late. Jennifer was always a bright light no matter the circumstance.
Jenn, as she was affectionately called was proceeded in death by her paternal grandparents, Matthew and Annie Mae Olin; her mater grandparents, Prezzy and Estelle Owens Myers; mother-in-law, Ailerne Miller.
Jennifer leaves to cherish her loving memories her husband, Brandon Skyy Miller of Holly Hill, SC; two beautiful daughters Jordan Breauna and Skylar McKenzie Miller of the home; her loving mother Minnie Olin of Vance, SC; five dear sisters, Lisa (Martin) Myers, Dorothy Myers, Retha Myers, and Dedra (Joshua) Fuller all of Holly Hill, SC, Wanda (Latrell) Stokes of Orangeburg, SC; father-in-law, Harold Miller of Beaufort, SC; two brother-in-laws, Marcus Miller of Holly Hill, SC and Craig (Eliza) Miller of Orangeburg, SC; nieces and nephews, Ashley, Nicholas, Courtney, Shawn, Brandi, Ashanti, Brandon, Jalen and Mikayla; two god-daughters, Taylor Davis of Florida and Kirstin Rush of Holly Hill, SC; a loving god-mother Barbara Watson and god-brother Lamont Watson both of Vance, SC; special friends, Ruthie (Sharon), Asbury Randolph, Tiffany Walker and Sondra (Rocky) Yockum; spiritual mother, Mrs. Frances (Joe) Moore of Holly Hill, SC; and a host of family and friends.