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October 30, 1974 May 28, 2011
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Latosha Ann Miller was born on October 30, 1974, to Faye M. Jones and Herbert S. Willett. She departed this life on May 28, 2011, at Calvert Memorial Hospital, in Prince Frederick, Maryland. Latosha graduated from Forestville High School in 1992. She attended CSM College and was a licensed nail technician. Latosha, vigilant in all she did also worked as a contractor at Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant and as a Sales Representative at To GOD Be The Glory Beauty And Barber Supply. She and her husband also hosted a local television program entitled "Marriage Made Right", and she initiated Peculiar People Christian Church's women's ministry "Women Standing Against Darkness." She was baptized in Jesus name at an early age at the Way of the Cross Church in Washington, D.C., and received the gift of the Holy Ghost. She was united in holy matrimony on June 3, 1995, to Earl Jerome Miller. She loved the Lord with all her heart. In 2009, she along with her husband, Earl, founded the Peculiar People Christian Church in Lusby, Maryland. Because of her love for the Lord and His people she was faithfully found working in the house of the Lord. She taught Sunday school, led praise and worship services, ministered in praise dance and initiated the Intercessory Prayer Ministry at Greater Mount Zion Church. Even during her illness she was determine to be in the house of the Lord. While in the hospital she made sure she could hear the church service through her cell phone. And while in attendance, she worshipped the LORD and ministered to others as though there was no pain in her body. While battling her own illness, Latosha, continued to visit the sick; praying with them. She was always touching the lives of others. Her compassion for others was evident, even while hospitalized, she was thinking of others and encouraging and praying for them over the telephone. She was a remarkable young lady who loved life and enjoyed sharing God's Word. She's a true representative of the love of GOD. Her laughter and smiles were so enlightening. Latosha loved spending time with her family, friends, and shopping. She especially enjoyed family Christmas dinner at her grandparents, Chester and Annie Mackall. Latosha, a faithful mother was very involved with her children's activities. She was a big supporter of the Calvert Relay for Life walk and started her own team called the Faith Walkers. Latosha leaves to cherish her memories her husband Earl, four sons, Dalonte, Earl Jr., Malachi and Caleb, her mother Faye M. Jones, step father Lorenzo Jones, father Herbert S. Willett, five brothers Abuwi Butler (Sheena), Anthony Jones, Lorenzo Jones, Jr., Shelton Willett and Cameron Willett, three sisters Toronda Hickerson (Derick), Cartina Jones, Marcia Jones, grandparents Chester and Annie Mackall, 10 aunts, Melvilee Willett-who was like a second mother to her, Pamela Bennett (Larry), Vicky Richardson (James), Rose, Brenda, Sheila and Zera Willett, Ann Smith (James), Glenda Stepney (Kim), Lorelei Savoy; 15 uncles Chester Mackall, Jr. (Felicia), Ricky Mackall, Calvin, Herbert (Sharon), Austin, Marcus (Wanda), Leon (Shedina) Willett, Lloyd (Olivia), Delano (Agnes), Melvin, Larry (Maggie), Carlson, Danny, Alvin (Jackie), Colbert Jones, many nieces and nephews, mother and father-in-law; Joe and Barbara Robinson, brother and sister-in-law, Joe Louis Robinson, III and Kendra Lloyd, Godmother Linda Gantt, God son Andre Brooks Jr., a host of cousins and friends, Peculiar People Christian Church Family and three very special friends, CeCe Buck, Mary McKenzie and Felicia Newman. Latosha touched the lives of so many - lives were changed because of her life. And continues to do so as we all rejoice in our fond memories of her a true wife, mother, daughter, granddaughter, friend, sister, cousin, aunt, neice, confidant, first lady, and intercessor. Latosha was preceded in death by her grandparents Herbert and Mable Willett, her aunt and uncle Renae Towns and Archie Willett.


Chesapeake Highlands Memorial Gardens 3270 Broomes Island Road Port Republic, MD, 20676 (map/driving directions)


10:00AM to 11:00AM on Saturday, June 4, 2011 at Crossroad Christian Church 150 Ball Road St. Leonard, Maryland, 20685 (map/driving directions)


11:00AM on Saturday, June 4, 2011 at Crossroad Christian Church 150 Ball Road St. Leonard, Maryland, 20685 (map/driving directions)
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