Pottawatomie County Health Department to Temporarily Close Next Tuesday for Funeral of Westmoreland Resident

Honoring the Legacy of Ann Miller: Pottawatomie County Health Department Closes for Funeral and Tribute

In honor of the funeral of Ann Miller, a long-time resident of Westmoreland who tragically passed away during a tornado that struck the town on April 30, the Pottawatomie County Health Department in Kansas will be closed next Tuesday. The closure is to pay respects to Miller and her contributions to the community.

The Health Department staff will take the day off to attend the services and mourn the loss of their colleague and friend. According to a post on the Pottawatomie County, Kansas Facebook page, Ann Miller was known as the welcoming face of the Health Department for 28 years. Her impact on the Pottawatomie County community is evident by the outpouring of support and condolences from residents and officials.

An obituary for Miller is available for those who wish to pay their respects and learn more about her life. During the closure, the Health Department will not be offering any services or appointments. Normal operations are expected to resume on Wednesday, May 15. The community is encouraged to join in honoring Miller’s memory and offering their support to her loved ones during this difficult time.

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