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Kimberly Miller

February 18, 1963 - January 20, 2023

Kimberly Dare Miller, (59), of Lynchburg, Virginia passed away on January 20, 2023, from a valiant battle with cancer. She was the daughter of the late Bernie Miller and Dare Miller.  

Kim was born on February 18, 1963, in Lynchburg, VA.  She attended Heritage High School, then pursued a lifelong career in the travel industry starting as a gate agent at Air Virginia Airlines, and spending over 25 years as a senior corporate travel agent with CWT in Raleigh and most recently in Lynchburg.   

Kim enjoyed traveling to many exotic locations during her life, was passionate about shopping, and spending time with family. Kim was a dedicated daughter, moving back to Lynchburg in 2019 to help in the care of her father, Bernie.  

Kim is survived by her brother Anthony Bernie “Tony” Miller and wife Connie, brother Bradford Miller and wife Cathy, her loving nieces Nicole Miller, Natalie Miller and nephew Matthew Miller.   She is also survived by her loving friend Katina Malliarakis. 

We wish to thank the team at Centra Hospice, The Key, Visiting Angels, our extended family and close friends that helped and supported Kim during her battle.   

Memorial donations in Kim’s name may be made to the Awareness Garden, please visit  

Tharp Funeral Home, Lynchburg is assisting the family.  To send condolences, please visit  


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Kim's family is in my thoughts and prayers. My heart is broken. Kim came into my family's life in the early 80's when she and my cousin Ronnie 1st began dating. This is how I will always remember her. Summer vacation to Myrtle Beach and she and I staying in the room with my "fun" aunt, suntans and shopping on the strip where we each bought white cotton sundresses and everyone saying we spent too much on them - but we loved them! I can also remember back when Kim's Mother passed away and spending the morning with her. And - planning my trip to Cancun, I couldn't have done without her. Our paths went separate way, but we finally reconnected while she was still in Raleigh and my son was living in Holly Springs. I hate that I did not know Kim had moved back our this area and even though we did not keep in touch, I am so glad Kim was a part of my teenage years. Love you girl - I hope you are assisting with travel itineraries in Heaven.

Posted by Susan Krantz on January 24, 2023

I am so sorry for your family’s loss. Kim must have been a very interesting and special person. I know that she was provided loving care for Tony and Connie, and will be missed by all. I pray that warm memories and the peace of God will comfort you today and in the days to come. Sending my love.🌹

Posted by Cindy Spear on January 24, 2023

We are praying for you all. Sending love and prayers 🙏

Posted by Jill Miller on January 23, 2023

My Condolences and love to the entire Family♥️🙏🏽

Posted by Tina Scott on January 23, 2023

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