The only child born to her Holocaust survivor parents, Miriam Miller passed away on the opening days of Passover as a result of COVID-19.

She married Rabbi Shmuel Miller, son of the famous Rabbi Avigdor Miller, a pioneer in using modern technology to share Torah classes.

Miller stood by her husband’s side as pillar of support when he established Yeshiva Bais Yisroel in New York with his father, and later, when it was relocated to Lakewood, N.J.

She was devoted to his work and students, treating them like her own children and caring for their every need.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by their 10 children, in addition to many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

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