Goldie Miller is truly unique – in more ways than one. At 109, she’s the oldest centenarian in the entire state of Maryland. More importantly, though, she’s a beloved member of the community. Goldie is a Charm City gal, born and bred, and she’s given back to the city she’s loved as home for over a century. She gave her time and energy to the Sinai Hospital gift shop, brightening the days of our patients and their families. The light of Goldie’s life has been her family, which includes six grandchildren. She currently resides with her daughter in Pikesville. Griswold Home Care has helped her remain happily at home for the past four years.
Goldie is still in her prime; she loves to watch TV and enjoys music, especially Lawrence Welk. Her daily delights include time spent with her daughter and her son, who comes to visit her (rain or shine). Her favorite food is mashed potatoes, and she enjoys them as often as she can. Though Goldie is a woman of few words, she’s always ready with a smile.
Click the link to watch a video of Goldie: http://www.foxbaltimore.com/newsroom/top_stories/videos/wbff_vid_13249.shtml
The governor of Maryland, state representatives and LifeBridge Health luminaries like Sinai President Neil Meltzer and Northwest Hospital President Brian White have signed Goldie’s birthday card. She hit the big 1-0-9 on April 25.
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