By all accounts Sheree Kitley had a rough upbringing and by age 16 was on her own. By 19 she was a single mother after an abusive marriage. Two marriages later Sheree met Bruce Miller when she took a bookkeeping job at his business, B&D Auto Salvage.
Things looked up when she married the boss in spring of 1999.
Mere months after marrying Bruce Miller, Sheree Miller had an affair.
By July 1999, she was engaging in adult chat rooms with an online boyfriend.
To all outward appearances the marriage was stable but there was dissension over her excessive use of the computer, her flirtations online with the friend, and Bruce's suspicions that she would travel to meet the boyfriendfriend instead of for her business.
Sheree Miller traveled to Reno, Nevada for a Mary Kay cosmetics convention and hooked up with Jerry L. Cassaday, an ex cop working as a pit boss at Harrahs Casino.
Miller spun a tale, setting herself up as a rich businesswoman, an owner of a nursing home, and living with a disabled, brain damaged man named Jeff and his brother Bruce. According to Miller, Jeff wasn't long for this world and would die soon, leaving her free to pursue Cassaday.
Later the tale would differ and Miller would claim that Bruce was a violent Mafia Don. Yet another twist in her tale occurred and she told Cassady that Jeff had died but she had been forced to marry Bruce, the brother through family pressure.
There are posts that exist online from people who allegedly & reportedly were incarcerated with Sheree Miller. They claim that she is manipulative, smiling to your face but sneering behind your back.
After the murder Sheree Miller set up her brother-in-law Chuck and his wife Judy so they would find the body. She called them and told them Bruce was late from work and that she was worried.
Sheree Miller's grief over her husband's death was shortlived. Two days after his death she was dancing in a bar in Otisville, Michigan.
Two weeks later, she had a live in boyfriend.
Miller began rejecting Cassaday, telling him about her new boyfriend(s).
While in prison Sharee Miller was approached by Michael Denoyer who had watched a profile of her case last summer on the Oxygen Channel's true crime series "Snapped" and wrote her.
On April 15, 2008 Sharee Miller married Michael Denoyer, aged 56.