Identity Released In Fatal Barry County Crash

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barry deadly crashHOPE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (Feb. 9th, 2014)- The identity has been released on the victim of the fatal traffic accident, Saturday in Barry County.

According to the Barry County Sheriff’s Department, 42-year-old Marci Ann Miller from Williamston, Michigan died in the crash. The crash happened at the intersection of Cedar Creek Road and Cloverdale Road around 11:30 a.m.

The preliminary investigation shows a 2006 Buick Lacrosse that was westbound on Cloverdale Road failed to stop at the intersection and was broadsided by a 1999 Ford pickup truck heading northbound.

The Buick was struck in the driver’s side, the driver, Marci Ann Miller, was pronounced deceased.

Four people were in the truck at the time of the collision. All transported themselves to Borgess Hospital in Kalamazoo after suffering minor injuries and have been released.


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  • tammy

    Marci is a mother of a Marine. She was a volunteer with other Marine Moms to help acclimate new Marine parents thru their sons' boot camp. Her loss is felt deeply in our Marine family and may be worth mentioning.

  • Amy Cosimine Martis

    Marci was such a kind & giving person. Always there to help & to be a wonderful support system. She will be terribly missed by so many & she will never be forgotten. When I think of our friend, our extended Marine family member I find some comfort in knowing she was greeted at the gates of Heaven by a large number of United States Marines. Some of whose mother’s I am sure she gave comfort to while she was here on earth. And I can just see her now still watching over ready to help and guide us when we are worried, are full of questions or just feeling down. I’m sure she will find a way to comfort us, give us any answers we may be looking for and steer us in the right direction, because that was her way and she was so good at it. Rest in peace Marci xoxo

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