Catherine "Cassie" Miller, 79

Catherine “Cassie” Miller, 79, wife of the late Daniel Little and the late Terrance L. Miller, passed away Friday January 7, 2022 at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia.

Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late Michael and Catherine (Stetson) Oskiera.

Cassie enjoyed Yoga, going to the gym. She had a passion for music and dancing. Cassie loved her two grand dogs, London and Phoebe. She worked at Penhurst as a switch board operator for many years and Kieffer’s Appliances. She was a “people person” who loved interacting with friends and family. She often spent time at her daughter’s restaurant Our Place, where she always welcomed people and made everyone feel right at home. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

Surviving are two daughters Lorene Little longtime companion of Barbara Traitz and Tammy Little; grandson Corbin Karlage companion of Jessica Nields; and brothers Michael Oskiera husband of Barbara, Stephen Oskiera husband of Kathy, and Raymond Oskiera companion of Joan.

Along with her husbands and parents, Cassie was predeceased by her daughter Diane Little.

Funeral services will be held Monday January 17, 2022 at 11:00 AM at Catagnus Funeral Home & Cremation Center, LLC., 1020 E. Philadelphia Ave., Gilbertsville, PA 19525. Burial will follow at Shenkel Church Cemetery. Visitation will be held Monday from 9:00-10:45 AM at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Cassie’s memory to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital at or Tiny Paws Rescue at or Green Peace at

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I was so sad to hear about Miss Cassie.She was always so much fun to talk to and I am thankful that my son and I had that opportunity to catch up w her after Christmas.Your family is in our thought and prayers. Our sincere condolences , The Klings

~ Shelly Kling
1/24/2022 8:45:00 AM

Oh Lorene, I am so sorry for your loss, as I am just learning of Cassie’s passing. Her light will never dim that she always carried with her and shared with everyone. Her energy will never fade it was so infectious to all around her. Let her perpetual light and energy live on in all of you, as she certainly left an indelible handprint on my heart long ago. Love, prayers and hugs to all, Lorene, Barb, Tammy and Corbin as you make your way through these difficult days, months and years. With my deepest condolences and love

~ Maureen Friel Scozzafava Douglassville, PA
1/19/2022 7:05:04 PM

Our deepest sympathy. Your Mother was a very special beautiful Lady! Keep her memory alive and celebrate the memories!

~ Kevin & Patti Grimm Pottstown, PA
1/17/2022 10:00:48 PM

I'm so sorry for your Loss, She was the sweetest person , Always had a smile for everyone. She will be missed, God Bless you All

~ Patt Reider Douglassville, PA
1/15/2022 11:36:24 PM

I was shocked to hear this news, having just seen Cathy at the Pottstown High School Class of 1960 class reunion, and spent time with her. RIP, Cathy, and condolences to all the family that she loved so dearly.

~ Toni Olesnevich Powell
1/15/2022 7:58:05 PM

Tammy and family. So very deeply sorry for the loss of this wonderful person. She was such a caring, loving woman that was like a mom to so many. She will truly be missed and loved. Hugs and kisses

~ Karen Seeders Reading, PA
1/14/2022 6:46:50 PM

Loran, We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Love Tom and Terri Kane

~ Terri ann Kane Pottstown, PA
1/14/2022 9:15:57 AM

Oh my goodness. We send to you many hugs.

~ Guy & Sue
1/13/2022 7:13:41 PM

I was so sorry for your loss,Cathy is a great loss especially to her daughters and her grandson.Whom she loved with her whole heart and soul You have my sympathy Marcy

~ Maureen Millet Pottstown, PA
1/13/2022 10:55:19 AM

Cass was such a great person. She will be missed by all all ??

~ Mare
1/13/2022 7:58:16 AM

We are so sorry to hear about Cassie! What a sweet lady she was to us and our kids. We are thinking about you all!

~ The Haberski’s
1/12/2022 6:19:31 PM

I don't know how long exactly that I knew Cassie but whenever I saw her she always had a warm smile and hug for me. I was able to spend about two hours with her a few weeks ago and I'm so glad I did. She was a joy and I'm so happy I lingered in her presence even for a short while, but not nearly long enough. Much love and deepest condolences to her family and thank you for sharing this amazing lady with us!

~ Colleen Albert Gilbertsville, PA
1/12/2022 1:49:15 PM

Will miss you dearly Cassie, sitting at the bar laughing and talking, meeting up at Musicfest. But mostly I will miss you forever. See you on the other side Cassie. Love you.

~ Concetta Buchle Perkiomenville, PA
1/12/2022 10:48:20 AM

It's hard to put into words how I feel about my aunt. She was like a second mother to me growing up. And even into adulthood. Even living out of state from her, she always would be willing to talk. She was a great listener and gave advice when I asked her for wisdom. When I was a teenager, I nicknamed her "Aunt Sexy". That is what I called her my entire life, even until the very end. She was funny and full of life. She loved people so very much. And many of times I was informed by some relatives that I was just like "Cassie". What a compliment! I'm thankful for it! My aunt had great life stories. She would start down memory lane and have everyone laughing! Lorene, Tammy, Corbin, and Barb: I am sorry for your loss. I love all of you. Even though there is distance between us, my love for all of you never diminishes! Mom/Aunt Sexy was a believer in the Lord Jesus. We had that discussion many of times. I also would attend Day-Break Church with her when I was visiting the PA area. So, rest assured, as a believer, we have faith and mounds of hope because we will be reunited and see her again in Glory! May all the memories lift your hearts! She lives through you. Her love shines abundantly!

~ Michele (Cassie's niece) Mesa/Phoenix, AZ
1/11/2022 11:45:29 PM