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IN MEMORIAM: Sharron Lee Miller, 38;

Wife, Mother Of 3 Worked In Oneonta

PITTSFIELD – Sharron Lee Miller, 38, passed away on Feb. 13, 2019, at Bassett Hospital, with her family at her side.

She was born on April 5, 1980, in Cooperstown, daughter of Alvin DeLong and Christine Ray. She spent her childhood in the New Berlin area and graduated from New Berlin Central School.

On July 3, 2004, Sharron married Richard Miller of New Berlin and together they established a loving home for their three children, Brandon, 13, Hunter, 10, and Izabella, 7.

She worked for many years at the New York Central Insurance Company in Edmeston and later as a Title Clerk at the Scoville- Meno Honda Dealership in Oneonta, NY.

She is survived by her husband, her children, her parents and three sisters; Shannon, Shelley and Sherry DeLong all of New Berlin.

Sharron was well known in the area for her cooking skills and she considered it her hobby.  She baked a variety of homemade desserts as gifts of love to her family, friends and neighbors. She generated inspiration in everyone she met and if you didn’t know her well at a first meeting you would become her friend soon after. She was a hero to her family.

A Celebration of Life will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 22, at the Pittsfield Fire House where Pastor Mark Thall of the Brookfield 1st Baptist Church will honor her. All are welcome.



  1. She was a good friend as well as a sister in law. Her compassion for others was always one of her greatest assets. We will never stop missing her , with sadness in our hearts until we meet again , we love you Sharron May you Rest In Peace with Douglas as we know he came to walk with you and set your heart at peace as arm in arm you walked through Heavens gates .

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