Laurie, As one reads the comments on this guest book it is so obvious how much Ron was appreciated, admired, and loved. What a great combination. His personality could bring sunshine to golf on a rainy day. Yes, we all will miss him... Ione and Gary Wiren
Ron Miller will always be Mr Miller to me...frozen in time as a 40 year old doting Dad (this world needs lots more just like him!), me as a long-haired high school kid dating his daughter. He always looked me right in the eye and engaged me in some sort of meaningful conversation, sharing his wisdom. He was full of energy, so neat and put together in his sharp golf slacks and a a golf shirt that looked like it was brand spanking new. Flash forward about 40 years to our next encounter. When he came into our medical office a few years ago, we spotted each other and made a point to circle back a little later after his treatment. In the 30 minutes or so we sat down together, doing our best to catch up on the 40 year gap since our last conversation, he made me feel as though we hadn't missed a beat. Although he never shared the details of his battle with cancer, he was keenly interested in mine. Afterwards, I walked with him to his absolutely spotless car where we shared our "Lexi" stories. I recall how proud he was to tell me all about his. As he drove off, I thought to myself, what a good, person. He made me feel good. I hope he enjoyed our time, too. We should all try to be more like Mr Miller.
So sorry to hear of Ron's passing. He was a true gentleman and such a pleasure to work with. "Uncle Ron's" attention and support, both professionally and personally, still stand in my mind as best practices for customer service and how to foster strong business relationships.
We will remember Ronnie as an outgoing, always positive and kind man. God surely loaned him to us to show how to live a full, generous and dedicated life. We remember with deep appreciation the times ya'll made the effort to visit family every year. Many loving memories of a good man. You and the girls are in our prayers.
Dear Laurie and Family ~
Joe and I are deeply saddened to learn of Ron's passing. We have many fond and fun memories of him from our early days with the PGA. Ron was always full of life and had a never-ending smile! He will be dearly missed by many. May the comfort of family and friends be your strength now in the days ahead.