In Memory of

Biancia

Whitfield

(Miller)

Obituary for Biancia Whitfield (Miller)

Biancia M. (Miller) Whitfield of Leavenworth, Kansas was called home to the Lord on February 5, 2024. In her short 62 years on this earth, Biancia will always be remembered by those that loved her as truly being one of a kind.
Biancia was fiercely loyal. Her family remembers her as one of the strongest, funniest, and most determined women this world will ever know. Biancia was a true friend to all. She balanced empathy and compassion with a refreshing honesty. She would stand up for those closest to her and give anyone in need the shirt off of her back. She loved her family, and all her dear friends, which she made throughout years of living a life worth living. To her, they were her extended family.
Above all else, Biancia was a loving mother who dedicated her life to giving her son the best life she could. She always made decisions with her son’s betterment at the front of her mind. Her only son, Rumeal, remembers her as an amazing mother who taught him the value of hard-work, determination, finding humor in hard times, and the importance of family. She was truly the best mother a young man could ever ask for.
On top of being an amazing person, she proudly served her country as a federal employee for over 37 years. During her life of public service, Biancia lived in several countries throughout the world in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Biancia loved to explore new places and was not afraid to pick up and move to start a new adventure.
In her passing, Biancia leaves behind her son and daughter in-law Rumeal and Laura Standifer, her sister Angelitta Mason, her brother Robert Miller, and her mother Gertrud Miller, as well as many extended family members and loving friends. She is proceeded in death by her father Robert E. Miller.
A memorial service will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 2, 2024, at the R.L. Leintz Funeral Home, followed by a reception at the Heritage Center at 12:30 p.m.