My Children and Grand Children
Michele Denise DeMille
and her daughter Kaitlyn
BELOVED MOMMY
FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS
AND SAFE IN THE ARMS OF JESUS

Michele Denise DeMille

July 29, 1980 - April 8. 2006
                                                      Michele Denise DeMille

Michele Denise DeMille, age 25, of Woodbridge passed away on Saturday, April 8, 2006.

She was a 1998 graduate of Potomac Senior High School. She was loved by many and taken much too soon
from the child she so dearly loved.

Michele is survived by her daughter, Kaitlyn Cutter, age 5; mother and step-father, Sharon DeMille and
Clagett "Slugger" Canady of Woodbridge; father, Gary DeMille of Bradenton, Fla.; sister, Amy Tooker her
son, C.J., 4 of Woodbridge; step-sisters, Cindy Workman and her husband, Billy, and daughter, Hallye of
Cumberland, and Michele Colding and her husband, Doug, and children, Brandi and Jeremy,  of Rocky Face,
Ga.; grandparents, Dorothy DeMille of Villa Rica, Ga., Irene and Henry Buchanan of Henderson, N.C.;
great-grandmother, Nellie Dunning of Rescue; aunt and uncles, Dennis and Rose DeMille of Largo, Fla.;
Elaine and Ronnie Butler of Villa Rica, Ga.; Pam and Nick Winters of Woodbridge, Va.; Henrietta and Mike
Sutton of Henderson, N.C.; Beth Jones of Richmond, Va.; cousins, Kelly and Nancy of Stafford, Va.; Jacob
and Alli of Henderson, N.C. Kelsey and Shane of Villa Rica, Ga.; and many more relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her grandfathers, Edmund DeMille and Herbert Jones Sr. and uncle, Herbert
"Bubba" Jones Jr.

Michele will be deeply missed and remain in our hearts forever, especially "her little honeybun." Family
received friends Friday, April 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at Mountcastle Funeral Home, 1443 Dale
Blvd., Dale City, where funeral services were held Saturday, April 15, at 11 a.m. Interment took place in
Fredericksburg, Va.

                                                          
Sunset Memorial Gardens
                                                           Garden 4 Devotion, lot 230D
Amy Tooker and CJ Tooker