Edith C. (Mondi) Miller

September 18th, 2013

Edith C. (Mondi) Miller, age 83, of Londonderry, NH, formerly of Ft. Myers Beach, FL and Wilmington, MA, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Tuesday, September 17, 2013. 

Edith was born in Boston, MA, on January 3, 1930, she was the dear daughter of the late Antonio and Josephine (Previte) Mondi.  

Edith was the beloved wife of Thomas Miller for over 54 years before his passing in 2011.  Edith and Tom raised a wonderful family and made countless memories to share for generations to come.   Family was first and foremost to Edith, she was a talented seamstress, an excellent cook, and baker; there was always room at Edith’s table, she welcomed everyone.  Edith will be forever remembered for her “world famous” meatballs, brownies, and pecan tarts. 

Edith enjoyed every minute spent with her family and friends; she loved to host family celebrations and always made holidays special.  Edith also had a competitive side, she was always up for a good game of scrabble and was affectionately known as the “scrabble queen”.   Edith’s unconditional love for her family and friends was always evident, she was always willing to give a hand or lend an ear whenever she could, Edith was quite a “lady” and will be greatly missed by all.  

Edith was the beloved wife of 54 years to the late Thomas F. Miller, devoted mother of Thomas A. Miller and his wife Medora of Wilmington, Toni-Ann Butler and her husband James of Londonderry, NH and Gary A. Miller and his wife Maryanne of, Rochester, MN, loving “Gigi” of Paige, Bo, Tom, Jake, Matthew, Caroline and Kirsten and great grandchildren Summer and Sawyer.  Edith was the cherished daughter of the late Antonio and Josephine (Previte) Mondi, dear sister of Nino Mondi and his wife Ellen of Henderson, NV, Robert Mondi and his wife Kathy of Mico, FL, Maye Carr of Hemet, CA, the late Dominic Mondi, Russell “Sonny” Mondi, and Josephine Crivello.  Edith is survived by her sister-in-law Ingrid Mondi as well as many nieces and nephews.  

 A celebration of her life will be held Saturday, September 21st at 12:00 noon in St. Thomas of Villanova Church, 126 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington, MA.  She will be laid to rest with her husband on Monday, September 23rd at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, NH. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to Amedisys Hospice of Londonderry, 1E Commons Drive, Unit 33, Londonderry, NH  03053.  Arrangements under the direction of the Nichols Funeral Home, Wilmington.


13 Entries in Guest Book for “Edith C. (Mondi) Miller”

  1. Caren Steele says:

    I will miss her smile and her eggplant parm!

  2. jan france says:

    Yes, the eggplant was a winner, however the days playing games up north and the many memories to last a life time. She was loved!

  3. Susan Kreitman says:

    Always felt so welcome in her home and so happy I got to enjoy playing scrabble one day in NH with her and Medora. Time to rest.

  4. Vivian Demeusy-Gerzog says:

    Your mom was like a second mother to me while we were in college. I will never forget going home on Sunday just to eat her wonderful meatballs. She was a wonderful mom and just an incrediable person. I wish I had her energy! God bless Edie and all of you! I am lucky That i got to be a part of her life.

    Love Vivian

  5. Cristina says:

    Toni and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Keep those fond memories alive by sharing them and know that she is now at peace with her soul mate. My love to you all.
    Cristina, Tristan and Samuel

  6. Michael and Donna Toto says:

    Dear Tom and Family,’
    So sorry about your loss. May she RIP.

  7. Maryanne Jensen says:

    Toni, Tommy & Gary, I have so many memories of growing up with you all, Edie and Tom. Very special memories. My heart is broken for you. Sending you my love.

  8. Katie Beaulieu says:

    Gary, you and your family are in my prayers. She’s in heaven with your dad now and they are both watching over everyone. Heaven just got a new angel and she will be missed.katie, don, Joey(and nana too)

  9. Pat Daly says:

    So sorry to hear of your loss.
    May memories comfort you and bring you peace during this very difficult time.

  10. Craig & Casslyn Allen says:

    Dear Toni & Family,
    We feel blessed to have been a part of Edie’s extended family. She was always loving and generous … with her big smile, infectious laugh, kind heart … and cooking skills that rivaled any professionally trained Italian executive chef! We will miss her.
    Casslyn & Craig

  11. Agatha & Howard Ray says:

    Toni-Ann, Tom and Gary, we are very sad at the passing of your mother and will remember you in our thoughts and prayers. Eddie will be very missed at Creciente, and we will always remember her smile even when I was giving her a rough time. But as she said, I woukd nbiot have kidded her if I did not like her!

  12. Mike and Sue McMillen says:

    We knew Edith from the little Chapel. She would come with Ann and Clare. She was a very nice lady and will be missed. God will be waiting for her.

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