Hally Miller Servidio, age 54, passed away Sunday, October 12, 2014, as the result of a fire on Lighthouse Street.
She was born in Erie on November 10, 1959, daughter of Eldeen Miller and the late William Miller.

Hally attended the Salvation Army Church and enjoyed singing church songs, praying for world peace, and making people happy.

In addition to her mother, Hally is survived by one daughter, Heidi Servidio; three sons, Marcus, Harlan and James Hendricks;
five sisters, Helen Stafford (Robert Gregory), Holly Ewing, Hilary Fedorowicz (Edmond), Heather Miller and Helicia Sonney (Mike);
one brother, Harvey W. Miller; step-children, Christine, Susan and Richard, Jr. Servidio; many grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Servidio, Sr.; a brother, Harry Miller, and a step-daughter, Roxanne Servidio.
Laid to rest at Erie County Memorial Gardens.
 

Memories

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November 10, 2014

Your family here on Earth celebrates your day.

 

November 03, 2014
You will be missed very much. I love you! See you again one day.
rest in peace!
Yolanda miller,
Erie, Pennsylvania

October 29, 2014
To Chris and girls, I'm so sorry to hear about your tragic loss.
I remember your step-Mom from the many times we went down to your Dad's house.
Our prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Time heals.
Gerry Homan,
Erie, Pennsylvania

October 27, 2014
Adrian,
I didn't know your aunt but if she was anything like you...then she definitely is an angel...
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Arlene Fitch

October 26, 2014
Helen and family sorry to hear of the tragic loss, my prayers are with you all
Bob Walls

October 26, 2014
To The Miller Family,
May you take comfort in knowing an angel is watching over you.
My Condolences
Sandy Tucker,
Fort Myers, Florida

October 26, 2014
The Currier Family,
Atkins St East Erie, Pennsylvania

October 26, 2014
I didn't know her or the family, but I am truly sorry this has happened. It breaks my heart and the family has my deepest sympathy.
Karen Arneman,
Erie, Pennsylvania

 
October 26, 2014
An angel of the MOST HIGH GOD came and took our beloved Hally home. We rejoice for her...but our hearts are saddened and minds still in disbelief.
One day we will hear her laugh again, but for now, we think of her laughter and how she enjoyed making others happy.
Until we join you in Heaven...missing you here on earth.
Much Love Always.
Heather Miller,
Fort Myers, Florida

 

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