I am a wife, nurse, clinical instructor and mom to 2 kid, Connor 11, Olivia 8, three stepsons and 8 grandchildren am a wife, nurse, clinical instructor and mom to 2 kids; Connor 11, Olivia, 8, and three stepsons and 8 grandchildren! I went to Kellogg Community College and got my nursing degree and then went To The Robert B. Miller College and got my Bachelors in Nursing. I have been a nurse for 11 years and I have worked at Oaklawn Hospital for the last 13 years! I am a clinical instructor Kellogg Community College and Baker College. In my spare time I enjoy watching my son play football, baseball and basketball. I also love listening to my daughter sing and make slime. I enjoy helping others.
Tracy is my cousin so I am guessing that would make Michael my 2nd cousin? I loved Michael’s passion! I will always cherish spending family functions with him and the rest of the family. I will always remember my husband wrapping him up in a ball. I will always cherish the disagreements we would into, about whose school is better!! Michael had a lot of heart and taught me so much in such a short time.
Husband and Father of 3 amazing kids – Zoe 11, Zachary 9 and Max 7. I received a Bachelor’s Degree from Michigan State University and an MBA from the University of Michigan. I’ve worked in Marketing at Bell’s Brewery, Inc for the last 6 years, and at Kellogg’s in Marketing for the 5 years prior. My precious free time is spent playing with my kids and cheering on the Spartans (Go Green!)
Michael was my nephew, and I will always cherish the time we spent together at the movies, at our family cabin up north, our adventures on the golf course and cheering him on at football games.
Being able to help fight pediatric cancer and supporting the organizations that Michael was active in is something that brings me great pride. We will help find a cure.
I am a wife and mother of 3 boys. I am a full time preschool teacher and absolutely love children.
The Michael Miller Memorial Foundation is very dear to me. About 10 years ago I became friends with Tracy when Michael and my oldest son Austin were playing Jr. Bearcat Rocket football. Tracy then came to work in my classroom at Valley View. We quickly became the best of friends, and part of each other’s families. I was devastated when I learned of Michael’s cancer diagnosis. After Michael passed, I wanted to do something to honor his life and his name. I asked Tracy if we could take cinch sacs filled with games and toys for the kids who are admitted at Motts Children’s’ Hospital. This was our first endeavor to do good in Michael’s name, and Big Mike’s Saks for Life was born. When Tracy asked me if I wanted to be on the Board of Directors for the Foundation, I was honored. My hope is that one day we will help fund a program the finds a cure for childhood cancer.