Kelly Correa Miller was born in Paterson, New Jersey on June 7, 1981. She entered Heaven’s gates on January 14, 2020. Kelly was a remarkable cook and enjoyed preparing meals for her husband and mother. She loved to watch food tutorials and cooking channels during her spare time. She loved posting pictures on social media to share her latest meal creations with her friends and families. From an early age, Kelly fell in love with books such as The Baby Sitters Club, A Child Called it, Little Woman and many of the Judy Blume books. Kelly excelled at athletics and often was noted by local newspapers for taking home the win for Saugerties, NY Softball Team and the MHS Varsity Softball Team. Overqualified for the CT State Woman's softball team, she became the first woman to play on the Men's Baseball team at Cheney Tech. That season the Men's Cheney Tech baseball team went to the playoffs, a feat that they had not accomplished in recent years. Kelly was a role model to her sister, and helped Jackie to follow in her footsteps to become the second woman in Manchester history to play on the Men's baseball team. During High School she was well respected and loved by her classmates and she was rewarded most talkative and most popular by her peers. She was often refered to as kind, funny and energetic. After High School she became a loving mother to three children and studied at Branford Hall to become a certified Electronic Health Record Specialist. She is survived by her husband Bryan Miller and her three daughers, Emily Bluto, Jaimi Bluto, and Audrey Bluto. She is also survived by her Mother, Annie Correa, her father, Tony Correa, her sister Jackie Correa, and her brother, Tony Correa. The service to celebrate Kelly's life will be private and at the convenience of the family.
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