Passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 8, 2020 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Katie was born in Detroit, Michigan on July 8, 1925 to Stella and Steve Dunjak. Katie was united in marriage on September 27, 1947 to Frank D. Miller, who preceded her in death on March 7, 2007. Katie and Frank were life-long residents of the Flint area before moving to Kalamazoo in 2001 to be closer to family. Katie was a loving, caring person who loved her family and became an instant friend to those she befriended and worked with throughout her life. She was a devout catholic who fully embraced the teachings of her religion. All that knew her experienced her compassion, wisdom, and gentle ways. Katie began her career in banking at the age of 17, and achieved heights during her 45+ year career that were not common for women during her era. Think for a moment about the banking environment today. Katie was in charge of a department that handled ATM banking; in 1980 she was quoted that "the future for Automatic Tellers is bright, taking into consideration the sharing of machines with other financial institutions, and that it appeals to young adults." She called that one! It is ironic that she passed away on "International Women's Day." Katie is survived by her daughter Linda (Dean) MacVicar, granddaughters Leslie (Charlie) Young and Lauren MacVicar, great grandchildren Lucy and Henry Young, sister Mary Penabaker, and several nieces and nephews. Special thanks to caregivers Naomi Fluer, Sandy Rimpson, and Lena Shorter during the last several years of her life. A visitation will take place at 10 am on March 11, 2020 at St. Robert Catholic Church in Flushing, Michigan, followed by a Mass at 11 am. Burial to follow at New Calvary Catholic Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist (Ann Arbor, Michigan); Catholic Charities, Diocese of Kalamazoo; or a charity of one's choice.