• Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home
    The Woodlands, TX
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Richard "Ric" Ray Miller 1934 - 2013

Richard "Ric" Ray Miller

Sunday, October 06, 2013
Richard was one of the "good guys" I really enjoyed talking with him over the years. First time I met Richard he asked me if I like "Texas A&M" I told him I admired "John David Crow" he liked that answer.
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Ric,
I will always cherish the many talks we had about family, Texas A&M, hunting and life in general. Your stories were enthralling and enlightening. I will miss picking you up to go to Millercreek to see your brother and family.
You will be in our hearts forever.
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
I first met Ric in Orange, TX. My wife was a pal of Anita's and we double dated a number of times. Ric had a handshake that could crack a walnut.We visited with Ric and Anita in Midland when driving from Dallas to Tucson. Later when they were in Austin, we met a Cisco's for great catchup time and Mexican food. Ric and I used the internet in recent years to cover politics, hunting and humor. It is hard to accept that he has passed on. . He will be missed. Kenneth Smith, Austin, TX.
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Mr. Richard I am a firm believer that God places special people in our lives for a purpose and I am so grateful for the opportunity to have met such a gentleman of character and distinction. Even though our friendship was evanescent your memory shall always be engraved in my mind endlessly. There are no adjectives to describe the gratification that you brought to my life since our initial meeting. The conversations we shared, the emails we exchanged and the journey to Louisiana in which we partook are priceless mementos that I will always, always treasure. Thank you for the joy that you extended to me. Thank you for your reception of me, but more importantly thanks for being such a kind and gentle friend. Our meeting was one of predestination. Even though I have to say farewell my friend the mere thought of our crossing will forever remain. I shall never forget you for you showed up in my life when I needed revitalization. May the peace of the Lord be with you for always and forever my good comrade. To your family faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. God's true mercies shall endurth forever and ever. My prayers are with you all and God is standing by your side.
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
I KNEW RICHARD FROMTHE TIME WE LIVED IN NAVY PARK ADD. IN ORANGE. WE WENT TO SCHOOL TOGETHER FROM THE 8TH GRADE THRU 12. I KNEW HIS FAMILY AND OUR MOTHERS STAYED CLOSE UNTIL DEATH. RIGHARD WILL BE MISSED. I WOULD LIKE TO SEND OUR CONDOLENCES TO WIFE AND FAMILY.
BOBBY AND BARBARA TAYLOR, ORANGE, TEXAS
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