Carol S. Miller


Miller, Carol S., 90, passed away on Friday, November 20, 2020 at home. She was the beloved wife of the late Charles D. Miller. Born in Indianapolis, IN, a daughter of the late Louis and Beatriz (Felsenthal) Segar, she had lived in Johnston for 6 years, previously living in Providence.

Carol’s greatest joys were traveling, watching the Celtics win, bird watching and collecting bird ornaments, picking up shells on the many beaches visited, and spending time among friends and with family.  She was living independently as she chose to when she passed peacefully with family at her side.

Devoted mother of Jonathan Miller of Brooklyn, NY and Elisabeth Miller of Johnston. Loving grandmother of Sophie and Willy. Cherished great grandmother of Alily Yunnely.

Funeral services and Shiva will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to Carter Center, 453 John Lewis Freedom Parkway NE, Atlanta, GA 30307.


  1. Lynn Shore
    Nov 25, 2020

    I was saddened to hear of Carol’s passing. I first met Carol when I was in third grade and made friends with Betsy. She always made me welcome no matter how often I came over to the Miller’s house. Carol was a great supporter of our fun times. When the Millers moved to Massachusetts after our 5th grade year, I visited them for an entire month when I was 12. Carol toured me and Betsy all over New England showing us historical sites. How she tolerated listening to the Monkees all day long that summer, I’ll never know. Carol was a warm and generous person and was a pleasure to know. Her love for her family was boundless, and I know she will be missed.

  2. Christine Spinelli
    Dec 1, 2020

    I first met Carol when I was hired to work at the Little Professor Book Store which she and Charles owned. She was kind, intuitive, and wise. I enjoyed knowing her and working with her. After the book store closed, we went our separate ways but reconnected last January just before Covid changed everything. I am so glad I had that last chance to spend time with Carol as she, Betsy and I chatted and caught up with each others lives over lunch. I hope she is now spending time with her beloved Charles who she called her “knight in shining armor.”

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