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Millicent Mae Miramont

July 24, 1931 – March 19, 2023

Millicent Mae Miramont

Millicent M. Miramont, age 91, passed away on March 19, 2023. 

Millicent was born in Baltimore, Maryland on July 24, 1931, to Frank J. and Mildred (Kemp) Huebel. She married Richard Miramont in Baltimore, Maryland on December 15, 1950. They moved to Cincinnati in 1964. Dick preceded her in death in 1993.  

Millie worked as a secretary in the Student Office at Mt. Healthy High School for 16 years.  

Millie is survived by her children; Deborah (Thomas) Rochon, Gail (Stephen) Bliss, and Bob Miramont. Grandchildren; Todd (Roni) Bliss, Katie (Damian) Bartolacci, Courtney (Patrick) McShane, Emily (Brett) Kostoff and Ellie (Stephen) Wells. Great grandchildren; Kayley, Sophia, Ava, Cole, Bryce, Conor, Cooper, and Owen. She is survived by many extended family members and friends. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, her twin sister Jackie, and brother Howard.  

A Memorial service for Millie will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2023, at 11:00 AM at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home (2155 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231- Turn left when entering the Memorial Park and follow the blue line back to the Funeral Home).  

In lieu of flowers please make memorial donations to The Salvation Army at https://easternusa.salvationarmy.org/greater-cincinnati/


mEMORIAL Service

Saturday, April 22, 2023 at 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

The Arlington Memorial Garden Funeral Home


Saturday, April 22, 2023 at 12:00 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens

Guest Book

“So many wonderful memories from our “favorite” aunt. I’m so thankful to be able to share in the service today. She was truly unique and we loved her for that. From another member of the “H” factor, Suzanne.”

“Millie was touchstone for me in Baltimore. Not many know I secretly wished she was my mom, and I could return to Ohio with the clan, for more than just the remainder of the summer; after visiting Connecticut, and OC. I will miss never seeing her again; talking about Ma, Jackie, Howard, and the rest of the family, and all the antics, and comical, mishaps. As we look as these unconventional, hard, outspoken Huebel women; we must know there are small peices of them inside us. Cousins, when we blert- out some obnoxious comment that everyone else may be thinking, but dare not say; smile and know The H Factor lives on! Cheers Meme… I love you. Kimmie. If I were there I would read NIV version of Psalm 90: 1-12.”

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“The Bliss family – Millie was a great lady!!! She said what was on her mind and it was usually pretty funny!!! Heaven gained a wonderful person. So sorry for you loss – hold your memories close. Bev & Mark Groene”

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“Remembering all the good times playing poker on Saturday nights with you and Dick and my parents. The summers in your pool. Thanking you for all the help with our wedding. All the fun times and laughs that we shared. You will be missed!”

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