George Miller Jr.

Born: Sat., Oct. 7, 2017
Died: Fri., Oct. 27, 2017


Family to do services at later date


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MILLER, George Jr., age 65 of Gratis, OH. died Friday, Oct. 27, 2017 in Dayton.  He was born in Dayton, OH. on Oct. 7, 1952 to George and Kay (Lawpher) Miller.  He was Air Force veteran and had worked as a security guard.  He is survived by his son, Jason Miller (Tera O’Diam) of Germantown, OH., daughter, Jayme Miller, West Alexandria, OH., 7 grandchildren, 1 great granddaughter and brother, Donald (Rhonda) Miller Ft. Myers, FL.  He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Rick Miller.  George loved spending time with his family and he loved motorcycle riding.  A memorial service will be planned at a later date.  Lindloff-Zimmerman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  For condolences: www.lindloffzimmerman.com

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Ernestine Byrne
   Posted Sun October 29, 2017
I am so very sorry to hear of George's passing. He was such a wonderful man and loved his family so much. I know you will miss him so much and I know he will be missed by his friends.

I worked with George for 26 years. He always had a smile, often a joke, and you always left him with a smile. I will miss him. Prayers for you all.

Fran Sipos
   Posted Mon October 30, 2017
I worked with George at SRC for lots of years. It was so great to walk in each morning and be greeted by him! He called me Frannie-Annie and we sure had some good times and laughs together! Such a wonderful guy! He will be missed by so many of us! I am sure he is tooling around heaven visiting with old friends there and making new ones along the way! God bless him, may he rest in peace. God bless his family for their loss.

Phyllis Seiber
   Posted Mon October 30, 2017
George's love for and pride in his family were beautiful things to witness. His wonderful sense of humor, his ability to laugh at life's inevitable problems, was inspiring to all of us. So while our lives seem somehow dimmed by his leaving, Heaven must be a much brighter place today. He was a kind and caring man, and he will be missed.

Dave and Melinda Hoskins
   Posted Mon October 30, 2017
Our deepest sympathy to your family on the passing of George.
We worked with George for over 20 plus years at Standard Register. Your dad/grandpa was so happy to see us no matter what time of day/night we showed up at the company. George always had a good story to tell. Ditto on Ernestine's comment....he spoke often of his family and it was apparent you all held a special place in his life.

Denise (Bell) Fiamengo
   Posted Mon October 30, 2017
I was so sorry to hear that George had passed. He was such a nice man. I worked with him for 25 years. He was always smiling and was very cheerful. His family was his heart. He loved you all very deeply. I know you have suffered a great loss and I pray that God will comfort you during this time.

Christi Koogler
   Posted Tue October 31, 2017
So many years of smiles and laughs at SRC and then those continued with his crazy Facebook posts, he was a special man! Sending prayers to the family he loved so very much....

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