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Sonya Dian (Vollmer) Miller

Posted 2023-11-22 by mhenderson
Published by Today's News Herald on Nov. 22, 2023 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona
(personal article, page 3)

Sonya Dian (Vollmer) Miller of Lake Havasu City, AZ, formerly of
Englewood, CO, passed away in her home Nov 11, 2023 at the age of 85 of
Alzheimer's disease. She was born in Denver, CO May 30, 1938. Parents
are Gerald and Vollmer and Doris (Webb) Vollmer. She is survived by her
husband Phil Miller of Lake Havasu City, AZ; stepdaughter Robin Grey
(Ken) and step grandchildren Shelby and Chase Grey of Lafayette, CO, her
sister Judy Langford of Rapid City, SD plus cousins, nieces and nephews
in Florida, South Dakota, Arizona and Colorado.

Sonya was a 1956 graduate of Englewood Senior High School who later took
courses from the New York School of Interior Design, Arapahoe Community
College, Colorado Free University and was a member of the American
Society for Personnel Administration.

Sonya served as a secretary at Energetics' Inc. of Denver, CO and in the
Judicial Branch of the Arizona State Government. She also was active in
volunteer work for Porter Hospice, Suicide Prevention Hot Line in Denver
and for the Interagency of Lake Havasu City as a Domestic violence Court
Advocate. The last 26 years, Sonya was president and co-owner of Havasu
Vegas Express in Lake Havasu City, AZ.

She was preceded in death by parents Gerald and Doris Vollmer, son
Randal Richter, sister Gail Bates, brother Gary Vollmer, stepson Alan
Miller and former Husbands Ron Richter and Buddie Woods. Sonya's remains
were cremated with a gravesite service and burial to be held at a later
date in Silver Cliff, CO.

Medical care in her last days provided by River Valley Home Hospice Care
with final arrangements cared for by Bradbury Memorial Center, Lake
Havasu City. Thoughts and condolences can be left for the family and
friends at

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