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Wearing striped pajamas, laying on a bed of wooden slats, a 13 year old orphan girl named Alexandra wished for death. Considering the many ways she might achieve the desired result, she whispered a prayer asking God to let her die when she says God answered her, almost audibly saying, “I need you to love my people.” It was at that moment that a defeated child living in a Nazi concentration camp had her heart miraculously move from a place of devastation to one of determination.
While Josh and Martha have both since passed, the impact of their involvement at Cornerstone is still touching the next generation. None more than their son Don who went on to join the MRC Board of Directors, even serving as Board Chair from 2010 to 2013.
Since that time, Miller found more than a career, she found a family. “Residents and their family members have told me, ‘you are family.’ I am blessed beyond measure to be a part of such a great community...I love my job and most of all, my precious residents.”