The family of Margret Sutton Kelley Miller invites you to a celebration of her life this Saturday. Mom always claimed that her greatest achievement was her twelve children, Beth Kortman, Chris Kelley, Lynda (Ken) Slater, Jim (Linda) Kelley, Robert (Carol) Kelley, Becky (Pharbus) Harper, Kevin (Kenna) Kelley, Jeri Kelley, Kimberly (Kurt) Robinson, Brett (Wendy) Kelley, Mark (Bill) Kelley, and Nancy Kelley. She has 30 grandchildren and 87 great-grandchildren. Margret was the second daughter born to James and Maude Sutton on August 2, 1926 in Detroit, Michigan. She lived in Detroit for the first twelve years of her life and moved with the family to West Union, West Virginia where she met and married our dad, Eustace Kelley on December 20, 1943. Margret and Eustace were married for 45 years until dad passed away on January 27, 1989. She married Ben Miller on September 7, 1996 at LDS Hospital, so her oldest daughter, Beth who was recovering from a liver transplant could be in attendance. Their marriage was sealed in the Timpanogos Temple on September 6, 1997. Ben and Mom truly made the most of their "golden years" with their families, the Good Sam's Happy Hobo's and the Gang. After raising all twelve children, Mom returned to get her high school diploma from Pleasant Grove High School in 1986. She passed away on January 27, 2014 at the age of 87, exactly 25 years after our Dad's death.\n\nThanks to a diligent stake missionary, who folded hundreds of diapers and washed many dishes until Mom was ready to hear the gospel, Margret was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on September 26, 1953. That stake missionary, Thelma Adamson, was one of Mom's first of many friends in Pleasant Grove. Mom accepted many positions in the church, but her favorite calling was teaching the Sunbeams.\n\nEverything Mom did centered around her family. Mom's mantra was "there's always room for one more," even when the station wagon was overloaded with thirteen people traveling to West Virginia, she had room for Aunt Pauline to return to Utah with us. She's fed thousands of people in her home; she was a fabulous cook. It was a bit disappointing to come into the kitchen, only to get your hand stabbed with a fork for attempting to sample what she was cooking because the food she was preparing was for a neighbor or friend. When her baby, Nancy, went to kindergarten at Central Elem. School, Mom followed her and worked for 13 years as a lunch lady. Her hobbies were everything her children were involved in-she was always our greatest supporter. She was a cancer survivor twice. If she wouldn't have broken her neck mopping her kitchen floor six years ago, she would still be working circles around all of us. She loved tying quilts-all of her children and grandchildren have been recipients. She was a faithful member of the Church until she discovered the game Pokemo, after which she gambled her pennies away.\n\nShe was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, Helen Lee Kirk and Phyllis Louise Sorenson, her two oldest children, Beth Kortman and Christine Kelley, her daughter-in-law, Linda Young Kelley and one great-granddaughter, Lauren Kortman. She is survived by her husband Ben Miller, her sister and brother-in-law, Eleanor and John Spotts.\n\nA viewing will be held on Friday, January 31, 2014, at Olpin Mortuary, 494 South 300 East, Pleasant Grove from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and on Saturday, February 1, 2014 at the Grove Creek 2nd Ward, 500 North and 700 East from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Funeral services will be at noon. The family wishes to thank the Grove Creek 2nd Ward for the many meals brought to the home and for lunch after the services. Most of all, we want to thank Mom's sweetheart and our angel, Ben Miller, for his countless hours of love and the care he selflessly provided our mother. Mom always said that she didn't need a viewing or a funeral because everyone she knew was already gone, many thanks to all her family and friends for proving her wrong. Thanks Mom-you are an amazing daughter, wife, mother, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, example and friend to all. We Love You!\n\nCondolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinmortuary.com.