Vivian Celeste Miller departed this life on July 25, 2009 at her daughter and son in-law home. She was 77 years old. She was born in Easton on October 10, 1931. She was the daughter of the late Charles A. and Beulah M. Gibson.\n \n Vivian was employed at the Easton Memorial Hospital for a total of 40 years. Five years in the Dietary Department and the remaining 35 years in the Environmental Services Department where she was a supervisor before retiring to care for her husband in September of 1993. She was a faithful member of Union Baptist Church, where she sang on the Women's Choir, was a Missionary and an Usher until her health started to decline. Vivian was also a member of the American Legion Post #77 Women's Auxiliary She was a sweet quiet a�"spirited lady who enjoyed life and touched everyone's heart that she came into contact with. She loved the Lord and enjoyed hearing the Mass Choir sing. She never complained, no matter how rough the road would get. Even when her ailing body was frail and weak she was still a strong woman who with God's help endured and was full of humility, contentment and peace.\n \n In addition to her parents, was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Robert Ellis Miller, two brothers, Richard "Dickie" Gibson and Tommy Gibson and her dear friends, who were known as the "Golden Girls", Mrs. Pauline Dean, Mrs. Gloria Wilson and Miss Alice Jackson and also her choir rehearsal and traveling friend, Mrs. Blanche Jenkins.\n \n Vivian is survived by two daughters, Wanda Adams (Joseph) and Dona Miller (both of Easton, Md); Seven grandchildren, Dondre' Phoenix, Dana Miller, Joel Adams (Kellee) and Durrell Miller (all of Easton), Lafenus Taylor (Baltimore), Joseph Taylor (Atlanta, GA) and Bejia Stanley (Bronta), Cambridge; sixteen great grandchildren, Quanesha, Montashia, Javier, Unique, Malique, Xavier, Xiamora, Nakai, Dominica, Tarique, Tayonna, Taojah, Jamiere, Jasmine, Jordan and Jaylan; ; two adoptive grandchildren, Sara Lowery (Salisbury) and Tyesha Greene (Tylei), Easton; two brothers, Charles Gibson, Jr. (Virginia) and Eric Gibson (both of Easton) ; three sisters in-law, Hilda Douglas (Virginia Beach, VA), Beulah Phillips (Morristown, NJ) and Jean Miller (Easton, MD)/ four brothers in-law, James Miller (Bessie), Baltimore, Charles "Vernon" Miller (Ida), Philadelphia, PA, Vanderbilt "Buster" Miller (Mary) and Julius "Artney" Miller (Jeanette), both of Easton; two special people who was like a son, Glenn Lewis (Easton) and like a grandson, Charles Fletcher (Cambridge); a dear friend, Henry Tilghman (Princeton, NJ); a special niece who called her grandmom, Candice Gibson and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.\n \n Services will be held on Friday, July 31, 2009 10am at Union Baptist Church 223 Glenwood Ave Easton with a viewing two hours prior to the service. Interment in the Eastern Shore Veterans Cemetery Hurlock, MD. Condolences sent to www.henryfuneralhomepa.com.