Caring Sackville senior awarded Crown of Winterfest

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Town of Sackville representatives Deanna Cadman, left, and Ron Kelly Spurles present Louise Miller with the Crown of Winterfest.

SACKVILLE, N.B. – A Sackville woman who is known for being generous with her time and her hugs has been honoured for her outstanding contributions to the community.

Louise Miller was awarded Sackville’s Crown of Winterfest for 2014, an honour bestowed on her from Mount Allison University’s student union and the town.

“She is full of love and will give a hug or helping hand to anyone in need,” said one nominator.

Known to many in the community as simply “Grammie” or “Mom”, Miller is an active senior who will “help you in every way she can.”

She is a former member of the Sackville Lioness, is active in her church, attends music nights, bowling, and quilting with her friends. She has been involved with many organizations and charities, has sponsored missionaries at her church, and helped out with donation drives, and “always has a smile on her face” while doing these things.

“She’s very loved by many individuals,” another nomination states. “I think she deserves this award because she’s such a great woman and is so generous with her love and caring to everyone she has ever met.”

Organizations: Mount Allison University

Geographic location: Sackville

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  • Beverley Johnson(Sears)
    February 06, 2014 - 13:05

    When my Mom, Georgie Sears(Farrow) moved to Sackville years ago, she met 3 Cook sisters, who became her best friends and all my siblings looked up to. Louise was always our "other Mother". Glad that you have given this wonderful lady the credit that she DEFINITELY deserves:)