Amy Miller Mihalik PDF Print E-mail

Amy Nichole Miller Mihalik, 27, of Newberry, died Saturday, April 14, 2018.

Born on March 10, 1991, in Newberry, she was a daughter of Donald “Donnie I. Miller and Karen Boozer O'Donald. She was a member of the Moving Forward Ministries. Mrs. Mihalik loved her children dearly.

She is survived in addition to her parents by her husband, Joseph Mihalik; a son, Julian Conrad McCahill; a daughter, Madison Faith Mahalik; sisters, Anna Teseniar and Jessica Miller and brothers, Paul Miller and Jacob Miller.

A memorial service will be held at 3:00 pm Sunday, April 22, 2018, at Freedom Baptist Church by Pastor Kim Hitch, Pastor Karen O'Donald and Pastor Eddie. The family will be a 1138 Pinewood Court, Newberry and will receive friends following the service at the church. Memorials may be made to the Ronald McDonald House, 2901 Colonial Drive, Columbia, SC 29203 or to the Shriner's Children's Hospital, 950 Faris Road, Greenville, SC 29605.

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#7 Gayle Phillips 2018-04-22 18:54
I am so sorry for y'all. My prayers have already been sent up. Any is at peace and now I will continue to pray for her babies. I love y'all
 
 
#6 Starr Hockett 2018-04-19 10:43
Karen, I am so sorry for your loss. Your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
 
 
#5 Rev. Ace Johnson 2018-04-17 20:45
My heart is saddened by your loss and my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
 
 
#4 Suzanne Jones 2018-04-17 15:43
Deepest condolences and many prayers for you and your family during this difficult time
 
 
#3 Donna Shealy 2018-04-17 10:25
Karen, Julian and family,
Please know that your family is in my prayers. Julian had my heart when I taught him. Please give him my love.
Love,
Mrs. Donna
 
 
#2 Frederick Nikonchuk 2018-04-17 04:32
To the Family ,
I would like to express how sorry to hear of your loss.
It seems so unfair that death should have the power to take away someone you love. And when it happens, the thought of never again being able to talk to, laugh with, or hold your loved one can be most difficult to bear. That pain is not necessarily erased by being told that your loved one is up in heaven.
The Bible, however, holds out a much different hope. The Scriptures indicate that it is possible to be reunited with your dead loved one in the near future, not in an unknown heaven but right here on earth under peaceful, righteous conditions.
What would it take to convince you that this is a sure hope? To believe in a promise, you would need to be certain that the one making the promise is both willing and able to fulfill it. Who, then, is it that promises that the dead will live again?
Jesus Christ boldly promised: “Just as the Father raises the dead up and makes them alive, so the Son also makes those alive whom he wants to. Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his [Jesus’] voice and come out.” (John 5:21, 28, 29) Yes, Jesus Christ promised that millions now dead will live again on this earth and have the prospect of remaining on it forever under peaceful, paradisaic conditions. (Luke 23:43; John 3:16; 17:3; compare Psalm 37:29 and Matthew 5:5.) Since Jesus made the promise, it is safe to assume that he is willing to fulfill it.
These promises have consoled me when my father died. Hopefully, they can provide some hope and comfort to your family.
 
 
#1 Bill Shattuck 2018-04-16 20:00
Mt deepest sympathies Karen and Family