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Kaitlin was pure joy, love, kindness and she had work ethic that would make any parent proud. She had many accomplishments including being a member of National Honor Society, accomplished pianist, fluent in American sign language, played volleyball for Skyview and Excel and also played tennis for Skyview H.S. She also donated many hours to community service such as ringing bells for the Salvation Army and countless hours working in her church. She was always helping someone whether it be just a friendly hello with a big smile on her face or listening to someone who needed a friend. Kaitlin accomplished more in her seventeen short years than most do who live to be eighty and we are so proud of her for that. She lived and loved every day like it was her last here on earth and truly made this world a better place with her in it. We miss her every second of everyday but we know she is now in paradise with God and she will always be with us in our hearts. One of Kaitlin's favorite sayings was "you were born an original don't die a copy " and she truly was one of a kind. We love her to the moon and back!
Forever Kaitlin's Mom
Kaitlin Miller Memorial Scholarship
The Annual Kaitlin Miller Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by Excel NW Volleyball Club, provides up to $1,500 of tuition assistance for one or more seniors bound for college, trade school, or other post-secondary education. Excel NW is grateful to the Miller family for this opportunity to honor Kaitlin’s memory.