Kathleen Jane Biglin(Miller) 72, went home to be with the Lord on March 18th after a courageous battle with cancer. Born April 21st in Akron, Ohio she is preceded in death by parents Henry and Doris Miller; husband Thomas Biglin; brother Dennis Miller; father and mother in-law Thomas and Viola Biglin and brother-in-law Jerry Reser. Putting others before herself, having room in her heart for anyone and a willingness to help all she could were a few of her specialties. She opened her home to many kids over the years who had no safe place to go and left an imprint on the hearts of many. Her passions included traveling, gathering with friends, being a part of Chapparells Marching Band, visiting casinos across the country and above all; spending time with family and loved ones. Her infectious laugh and ability to calm a situation will be dearly missed. Survived by sister Nancy Reser; brother John(Laura) Miller; brother James Miller(Richard); sister-in-law Patricia Miller; sister and brother-in-law Mary(Dal) Stubblefield; companion Ray Coleman; children Beth Thomas(Mark), Tricia DeRita(Roger), Tommy(Amy) Biglin, Joey(Seanna) Biglin; grandchildren Jessica, Chelsea, Caleb, Ryan, Zackary and Corinn; great grandchildren Kaydence and Russell; friend Chris and many nieces, nephews and other loved ones. A celebration of life is tentatively planned for June 2020.

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  1. Kathy was the best Godmother I could have ever asked for. Her unfailing love followed me my whole lifetime. She will always own a piece of my heart. I love you Kathy.

  2. I will forever remember the good times I had going over to Tom and Kathys house and the trip we all took out west.

  3. My heart goes out to Joey B, Chelsea and your family. Kathy is an amazing soul. I have very fond memories of her from High School as well as the last few years. She always had a huge smile and an even bigger hug. She’ll be missed by many. Thinking of you all. ❤️

  4. Best grandmother, mother, role model, bestfriend anyone could ask for. I love you so much gram. Always &forever , as I always said your favorite most bestest grandchild.

  5. Kathy was one of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever known! My Luke, though he can’t talk, I know he will miss her so much! I will miss getting to see her and talk with her on our street! She would ALWAYS stop and talk to Luke when she saw us. She would “race” Luke when i had him out on his adapted bike in her cute little green Kia. She would get out of her car and come over to give Luke a hug. Her positive attitude, no matter what challenges she was going through always inspired me! Her heart for special needs and for all kids shined through her so brightly! She touched many lives, and I know she made such a beautiful impact on me and my Luke. We were truly blessed to have her as a neighbor and call her a friend. I am praying for your family – Kathy surely will be incredibly missed. ❤️

  6. So sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful friend and always lit up the room. We have some great memories together. Prayers for your family.

  7. Kathy was a beautiful woman and neighbor with the warmest heart. We are saddened by this. Prayers to the family.

  8. Kathy was a really nice lady. She was always happy when I would see her. Just a great person. She will be greatly missed.

  9. May your heart be “Rejoiced ” and at peace. May God hold the family and friends heart’s during this difficult time. Your parents were my childhood memories. Ox

  10. God saw that Kathy was getting tired and a cure was not ever to be,
    so he put his hands around her and whispered,” Kathy come with me.”
    With tearful eyes we watched her suffer and saw her fade away,
    Although we loved her dearly, we could not make Kathy stay.
    A golden heart stopped beating that day, to allow hard working hand to rest,
    God broke our hearts to prove to us, that he only takes the best.
    Im so sorry my thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

  11. So sorry for the loss of Kathy. She was my cousin. A sweetheart of a lady. She was always ready to help others. She had a heart of gold. You will be sorely missed, but someday we will meet again. I loved you Kathy. Condolences to your family.

  12. Joe and I would like to express our condolences to the family. Kathy and I were first cousins. I remember Kathy as such an unselfish person always putting others needs before her own.With her infectious smile and remarkable servitude attitude toward others she always made people feel accepted. One od the memories I have of her is when she came out to our house in the country and we played hide and seek as kids. she always made sure that no one was ever left out.She was such a positive person. I never heard her say an unkind word about anyone. she was so kind and loving to everyone she met.she touched many lives including my own. she will missed.

  13. So sorry for you loss. The entire office was praying for her. She was a great patient and she will be missed.

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